Mesquite flooring is extremely stable; and is one of the densest materials for hardwood flooring. We acquire our Mesquite wood from Wilson, Karnes, Bexar, Guadalupe, and Atascosa Counties. We then kiln dry our flooring down to 6 – 12% moisture to bring the boards to a stable moisture content, then eliminate sapwood in the defect and boxing process. This thorough process allows us to provide our customers with the best Mesquite tongue and groove and end grain flooring on the market. Architects, Contractors and homeowners throughout the world have recognized our Mesquite Flooring for its beauty, strength and stability.
We offer tongue and groove, end grain and square edge flooring. Our tongue and groove flooring comes in two different grades: #1 and better, and Mill Run. #1 and better strip flooring includes small knots and other natural defects that occur within the wood; Mill Run grade strip flooring will include semi clear, small to medium knots as well as other natural color variations and defects in the wood.
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|2 1/4″ #1&better||3″ Mill Run||4″ #1&better|
|5″ #1&better||3″, 4″ & 5″ Mill Run||Wainscoting/Beaded Celing|
|3 x Random End Grain||3 x 3 End Grain||2 x 6 Herringbone|
|Mesquite 3 x 6 Parquet|