Add history and rustic appeal to your home with reclaimed wood flooring! This eco-friendly flooring is created from recycled wood. Reclaimed wood is a unique twist on traditional wood floors and could be the perfect addition to your Shawnee home. Floor Coverings International Kansas City West is proud to bring reclaimed hardwood to Shawnee homeowners.

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Benefits of Reclaimed Wood


The unique origins of reclaimed wood make this a floor full of personality. Reclaimed wood can come from a variety of sources including old homes, church steps, and barn doors. Each plank will come with its own unique differences.


Reclaimed wood is a versatile option for homeowners, as it comes in a variety of styles and price points. A rustic look is easily achievable with reclaimed wood by preserving the natural wear-and-tear of the recycled wood. For an eclectic vibe, you can keep the individual differences between planks, including color and aging. For a sleek look, reclaimed wood can also be sanded down and stained for color uniformity. Reclaimed wood is often available in budget-friendly species such as oak, but can also be found in exotic or rare wood species.


Reclaimed wood is an excellent eco-friendly option. Recycled wood is being used, so no new trees need to be cut down to create reclaimed wood flooring. This method also saves old planks from ending up in landfills.

Durablereclaimed hardwood flooring

Hardwood flooring is a durable option for your home, and reclaimed wood flooring is no exception. This is a long-lasting flooring option. The history and weathered look of some reclaimed wood also adds another layer of durability by concealing any dings, scrapes, and dents.

Get Started in Shawnee Today

To learn more about our various wood flooring options, give the team at Floor Coverings International Kansas City West a call! We’re happy to help you find the perfect floors for your home. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve Overland Park, Shawnee, Lenexa, Prairie Village and surrounding areas.

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