Reclaimed Hickory

Reclaimed Hickory

Reclaimed floorboards aren’t all made equal. Among the many reclaimed timbers available, our Reclaimed Hickory stands out for its beauty and character. With a Janka hardness of 1820, this incredibly hard floor is the hardest on the planet. But that’s not the only thing this floor has to offer. Reclaimed hickory grain is a beautiful wonder. If you aren’t cautious, the look of this floor will dominate your interior, ranging from rich heartwood colours to light brown antiqued sapwood and strewn with remaining bug marks and knots!

Golf club shafts, walking sticks, drumsticks, tool handles, bows, wheel spokes, carts, ski bottoms, and lacrosse stick handles are all constructed of hickory wood. Because of its qualities and strength, hickory is sometimes used for wood flooring.

Janka Hardness:

2,140 lbf

Average Dried Weight:

46 lbs/ft3 (735 kg/m3)


Tearout is prevalent during machining operations if cutting edges are not kept sharp; the wood tends to soften cutting edges. It adheres to the surface, stains it, and gives it a nice finish. Steam bending works nicely with this material.