Flint River Solid
What makes the Flint River unique is its journey. Starting as an underground spring in Southeast Atlanta GA, it meanders over 200 miles through the beautiful and diverse landscapes of southern GA filling lakes and joining other tributaries until finally emptying into the Gulf of Mexico.
The shores it touches are just as varied as the products that make up our Flint River collection. Featuring a low luster metropolitan style and casual color palette on Oak or Hickory, the Flint River collection flows with style and options.
If you want a wide width engineered, a solid plank, or even both the Flint River collection provides you the opportunity to keep the same style and color in different areas of your home. Lastly, as with all our products, we proudly craft Flint River in our US plants and mills. If you are looking for a casual, now look, consider a Flint River floor.
Flint River provides you the versatility to match your specific needs – you may choose your floor in ¾” thick Solid wood in either 3 ¼” or 5” widths or both in Solid for a beautiful mixed-width visual, or the same color in 5.4″ wide x ½” thick BEASLEY-Solid Engineered
Each option features our proprietary Aluminum Oxide with Nano-Technology finish providing you a Lifetime Residential Wear and a Lifetime Structure Warranty. The BEASLEY-Solid Engineered flooring includes a 5-Year Lt. Commercial Wear Warranty.
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Tennessee Ridge Oak
Oak is a timeless visual and is still one of the most popular and durable flooring species today. It has a long and diverse history in flooring dating back to the 1600s.
Today, nothing can compare to the warmth, character, and value that a wood floor will add to your home.
Our Tennessee Ridge collection features the natural beauty, durability, and history of Appalachian Oak flooring that only gets better with time. Responsibly harvested and Made in our USA plants it is available in 2 1/4” or 3 1/4” wide plank and ten stain options to fit your home décor.
Olive Manor Pine
During the early history of our country, Pine was plentiful and used extensively in the construction of all types of buildings. In addition, it was shipped all over the world due to its countless applications – from ship masts to framing buildings to flooring. Unfortunately, its practicality and flexibility were its downfalls. Today old growth heart pine is no longer available, however other species of Pine are providing us the opportunity to achieve the look and feel of this beautiful and rich floor.
Our Olive Manor Pine collection allows you to have the warm and unique option of this species in your home. We’ve selected it to feature a generous plank to plank variation – a beautiful large grain pattern intermixed with the naturally inherent knots that set this flooring visual apart from other species.
Texture is an important aspect of interior design, and Olive Manor Pine provides options of subtle texture or distressing in a beautiful handcrafted look to meet today’s design trends. We finish the flooring in single or multi-tonal colors that build depth and dimension to the surface enhancing its appearance.
If you are looking for a part of our rich history, choose Olive Manor Pine and transform your home with its soft patina and rich glow.
Oak is a timeless visual and is still one of the most popular and durable flooring species today. It has a long and diverse history in flooring dating back to the 1600s. Today, nothing can compare to the warmth, character, and value that a wood floor will add to your home.
Our Old River Oak offers products with a low sheen and subtle texture while maintaining a smooth overall look. Our wire brushing process removes the soft grain leaving a harder surface with a seasoned appearance. This finish style provides a more durable floor that is able to weather your family’s demanding lifestyle.