Heartpine is not only gorgeous, but it makes a house feel like a home. Two of our favorite residential projects incorporated heartpine flooring as part of a renovation.
The first is a home in Winter Garden, Florida. The homeowners renovated their home and offered these kind words about their new Legacy Character Heartpine flooring:
“Just a word of praise for your product. We selected LEGACY Character flooring for our new home. We moved into our new home August 2018. The warmth and richness of our flooring adds greatly to the craftsman feel of our Florida home. You are truly an artist with rare wood. Our floors were installed and finished by Ability Floors in Orlando who brought out the best in your wonderful product.”
This short video offers a closer look:
Next, take a look at the gorgeous River-Recovered® Heartpine Character and Antique Longleaf Heartpine that was used to replace flooring that was damaged during flooding that occurred as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
These beautiful and historic condos took on five inches of water from nearby Lake Sanchez. Goodwin was able to provide material to replace the original heartpine flooring. The building dates back to the late 1800s and was originally referred to as the “Ponce de Leon Barracks”. The structure was converted into luxury condominiums in 2004.
Would you like to restore an old floor? Or, are you considering incorporating wood flooring into your home? If so, heartpine is a beautiful option to consider. Give your friends at Goodwin a call today!