Age-brushed (or wire-brushed) flooring characterizes a very specialized texturing technique. After the individual flooring blanks are tongue and grooved and sanded, the flooring is brushed with a hard-wire wheel. The end result is a dramatic-looking floor, with accentuated character and natural texture.
Country worn texturizing is unique to Sheoga. We have designed a machine which holds multiple knives, producing a fully randomized scrape on each flooring board. You can specify the level of distress desired, from a light scrape to an intensely scarred surface. We will maintain a history of your texturing preferences, so it can be reproduced in the event of damage to your flooring in the future. The ultimate in options is now available with Sheoga’s Country Worn flooring.
Old Mill Texture (Formerly handscraped)
Gone are the days of very flat, smooth looking flooring. A beautiful trend of texturing flooring has entered the marketplace. Here, at Sheoga, we have several men working exclusively on your flooring, processing each board and pillowing the edges. The result is a unique floor – with no two boards exactly alike.
Circular-sawn or Sawcut flooring has been around since the early pioneers. The blanks are scarred by a circular saw and then sanded to remove any remaining rough splinters. The final step in the process mills the tongue and groove on each board. This texturizing provides an authentic look of times gone by. Available for solid unfinished and prefinished flooring only.