Added July 16, 2023.

360sf of super wide white pine subflooring from NH (Actually 650sf).  This batch has not been power washed because of weather.  Too cold for it to dry properly.  Sanding and trimming should take care of any dust and dirt.  Widths range from 16″ to 20” and lengths range from 3’ to 14’ and thickness is near a full inch.  1/3 of this batch is 9′-14′ long, most lengths are 8’ or less. Pictures left to right:  picture #1, wide subflooring, narrow top floor and wide subfloor sanded and waxed;  pictures #6 & #7, side by side wide top floor and wide subfloor sanded and waxed;  picture #8, wide top floor and wide subfloor before sanding and waxing;  picture #9, wide subfloor sanded and waxed.  Color an tone differences after wood has been sanded and waxed depend on how aggressively the flooring is sanded and how much heart wood (pumpkin colors) and how much sap wood (lighter tones and yellows) is showing.  As with all my original surface floors, edges and end will need trimming during installation.  If this batch is purchased, it will include batch #325 (says SOLD, but isn’t AND batch #327), which is 285sf of matching but narrower subflooring and top floor, for a batch of almost 650sf. All from same house, at a cost of approximately $6.65 per sf which is ridiculous.  I just want to move it out for other material.  Someone will get a crazy deal while someone else will kick themselves.


Cost:  (batch #413) Cost: 360sf @ $12sf (actually 650sf @ $6.65), whole batch only, $4,320.

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