Favored by carpenters and craftsmen for centuries, elm is a tough, durable wood chosen for its interlocking grain and consistent resistance to splitting. Its historical uses ranged from wagon wheels to chairs to boat keels. Elm that is salvaged from agrarian buildings has warmth and rich, golden tones, and closely resembles antique ash. Some of its characteristics include: color and grain variations, knots, saw kerf, light distressing, nail holes and other natural and man-made markings.
- Plank widths: 4-12”+
- Lengths: 3-12ft+
- Milling profile: straight edge, tongue and groove
- Texture: smooth
- Application: flooring or paneling
- Plank: solid only