Choose Carlisle Wide Plank Floors for premium unfinished hardwood flooring.
Wide plank unfinished hardwood flooring lends a room a greater feeling of elegance and transforms your floor from something to walk on to a stunning architectural detail. Wide plank hardwood flooring has a cleaner, more open feel than standard solid hardwood floors. It's the lack of seams—with wide plank floors the number of seams can be reduced by as much as 500 percent, making for less busy and less distracting unfinished hardwood flooring. Wider, longer planks also show more of the tree's grain and give a sense of the history of the wood. Sometimes you can see as much as 150 to 200 years of growth in a single board.
For the finest unfinished hardwood flooring available in North America, more residential and business customers come to Carlisle Wide Plank Floors.
Unfinished hardwood flooring, hand-crafted one board at a time.
At Carlisle, our unfinished hardwood floors are created one board at a time. Each plank is handcrafted and meticulously inspected by experts who are among the most knowledgeable people in the business. They know how best to bring out the beauty in the wood and how to assemble floors so that the grain in adjacent planks tells the most interesting story.
Carlisle's unfinished hardwood flooring is available in a pine floor as well as a wide variety of hardwoods, including ash, birch, cherry, hickory, brown and white maple, red and white oak, and walnut. Each unfinished floor can be stained and finished to achieve the exact look you desire—if you can't find the color you are searching for among our many stain products, we will custom mix a stain to give you the appearance you want.
Unfinished and prefinished flooring, reclaimed hardwood floors and more.
In addition to unfinished hardwood flooring, we offer a broad range of flooring products, including:
- Prefinished solid wood flooring that offers the highest quality in the industry.
- Antique wood floors, also known as reclaimed floors, that are made from boards salvaged from old buildings like warehouses, barns and other commercial spaces.
- Hand-distressed floors, such as a new oak wood floor, treated to provide the rustic look of a reclaimed floor.
- Engineered floors, such as engineered maple hardwood flooring, in which a layer of hardwood is adhered to multiple layers of a less costly backing material, to create a floor with a hardwood finish that is more affordable than standard unfinished wood flooring.