Products

Beasley Flooring Products

At Beasley Flooring Products, we take great pride in offering one of the most comprehensive line-ups of wood flooring products available.

Using a variety of North American species, we offer an endless array of color and surface treatment combinations. We provide each client the opportunity to work hands-on with our design and production staff to create one of kind products specifically designed to meet their needs.

Solid Flooring Products

Solid flooring, as the name suggests, is where each plank is made of a solid piece of wood-- typically milled to ¾” thickness. Solid flooring can be re-sanded and refinished multiple times over the life of the floor.

Red Oak Flooring

Janka Rating-1290

The most popular domestic wood species for hardwood flooring.  Red Oak has moderate to heavy grain patterns with moderate color variations. You can expect reddish/pink undertones in the heartwood, to various shades of brown.  

Red Oak Tree

Red Oak flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 2 ¼”
  • 3 ¼”
  • 4”
  • 5”

White Oak Flooring

Janka Rating- 1360

White oak is slightly harder and more stable than Red Oak, making it the preferred choice for furniture and Wine Barrels.  While the grain pattern is similar to Red Oak, the color is more golden/brown with gray undertones.

White Oak Tree

White Oak flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 2 ¼”
  • 3 ¼”
  • 4”
  • 5”

Hickory Flooring

Janka Rating- 1890

One of the hardest domestic species, hickory is known for its wide range of color variation and character.  You can expect white/blonde tones in the sapwood ranging to dark chocolate browns in the heartwood.   The extreme variation in the floor makes hickory a great character rich option for flooring.

Hickory Tree

Hickory flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 2 ¼”
  • 3 ¼”
  • 4”
  • 5”

Maple Flooring

Janka Rating- 950

Maple is known for its pale, creamy white tones and light grain patterns.  You can expect light variation in shade from board to board, along with some darker mineral streaks.  The grain in maple is very light and fine, and can range from uniformly straight lines to curly patterns.  Maple flooring is commonly used on gym floors and bowling alleys, due to its light, clean look, and overall durability.

Maple Tree

Maple flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 2 ¼”
  • 3”
  • 4”
  • 5”

Southern Yellow Pine Flooring

Janka Rating-    690-870

On the softer end of domestic flooring options, Pine is known for its medium to large knots with an overall light blonde color tone.   While softer, Pine is also more stable than other hardwood species. Available in wider than average lengths, its perfect for the “country” or “cabin” look, and typically has a lower price point compared to other hardwood options.

Southern Yellow Pine

Southern Yellow Pine flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 3 1/8”
  • 5 1/8”
  • 6 7/8”
  • 8 7/8"

New Heart Pine Flooring

Pulled from the center of new growth pine, it features red and amber hues.  It also boasts a tighter grain pattern, making it harder and more dense than standard Southern Yellow Pine. New Heart pine is a less expensive alternative to reclaimed or antiqued heart pine.

New Heart Pine

New Heart Pine flooring

Below are the width’s available for this species of wood:

  • 3 1/8”
  • 5 1/8”

 

Engineered Flooring

Engineered flooring consists of multiple layers of a plywood core, with a hardwood veneer bonded to the top.  This allows for a more dimensionally stable product while retaining the traditional look of a solid hardwood floor. Engineered flooring is very versatile in terms of installation, as it can be nailed or glued, and can be installed over concrete slabs and below grade.

Indistinguishable from a solid wood floor, it works beautifully with all the texture treatments we offer.

Sawn Faced- ½” thick 7-ply with a 3.5mm face. Available in 3 primary species: White Oak, Hickory, and New Heart Pine.

Below are the width’s available for our Engineered products:

  • 5”
  • 7”

Rotary Peeled- 3/8” thick 7 ply with a 1.2mm face. Available in 2 primary species: Oak and Hickory.

Our rotary products are available in the following widths:

  • 3”
  • 5”

Luxury Vinyl Flooring section coming soon!

Treatments

Our ability to offer multiple treatments separates Beasley Flooring Products from the competition. By utilizing our abilities to offer single and multiple pass stains, various gloss levels, and a multitude of textures provides unlimited style and design options.  

Smooth

Untextured surface with a traditional finish

Wire Brush

This look is achieved by pulling out the soft grain of the wood, while leaving the harder heartwood exposed. This gives the floor texture, while maintaining an overall smooth appearance. With only the denser heartwood exposed, this treatment provides the added benefit of increasing the overall durability of the floor.  Wire brushed floors tend to be more forgiving, as minor dents and scratches will blend in with the floor’s texture. The subtle weathered look of a wire brushed floor is becoming increasingly popular by designers, builders, and homeowners for its distinct look and durability.

Rough Sawn

A term for flooring that is manufactured to emulate flooring straight from the sawmill, with sawn marks visible on the face of the plank.  This is offered in a bandsawn or circle sawn look, with each providing a unique look.

  • Band Sawn
  • Circle Sawn

Hand Scraped

This is designed to have the look of an old-style floor finished by hand, while still providing the protection of a modern finish.  Due to the distressed texture, hand scraping can hide minor dents and scratches that may occur during the life of the floor.

Unfinished

Flooring in its raw unfinished state that is intended to be finished on site by a flooring professional.  In most cases, unfinished is milled to industry standard specifications and grades.