Historic Flooring LLC, which specializes in reclaimed wood flooring, has announced the formation of a commercial division.
For years, the Tennessee-based company has concentrated on residential customers. Along the way, they have worked on hundreds of commercial projects including restaurants, taverns, labs, dentist offices, and wedding venues. Now, they have decided to dedicate a division solely to business customers.
“We’ve provided the best reclaimed flooring and customer service to many businesses over the years which is why we are making this announcement,” said Steve McKinney, President of Historic Flooring. “We will continue to provide high quality reclaimed flooring and other products to our residential customers. We are excited about this new opportunity to provide businesses with the highest quality product.”
Historic Flooring offers three distinct products: Granny’s Store Flooring (a mix of Appalachian hardwoods), Classic White Oak Flooring, and Reclaimed Barnwood. The new commercial division will also offer a variety of other products including wooden beams, trim, baseboards, crown molding, and doors, along with any other requests made by the customer.
The company will work with a contractor to bring the customer’s vision to life. They can also install any product the customer wishes to have, or they can provide the supplies and let the owners or contractors install it at their convenience.
Along with providing high quality products to taverns and wedding venues, Historic Flooring has provided and installed barnwood walls at Bristol Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway. They have the knowledge and experience to get the job done correctly and have even invented new products to satisfy their customers.
“We are proud to provide this great new service to our business customers and look forward to working with them to bring their vision to life,” McKinney said. “We always go the extra mile to see the customers are satisfied.”
Any interested reporters or businesses can call 1-855-676-4220 to discuss options that will fit any need they have. Ask for Steve McKinney.