One day you are driving a beautiful country road and pass an old run down barn sitting out in an field. From the quick glance you may consider this structure abandoned and having no further use. The roof may have collapsed and the wood might represent the next big neighborhood bonfire. The Father and son team of Richard Sr. and Richard Jr. Morgan see it differently. Here is where step one of the reclaiming of the Heartpine Company’s antique wood products begins. Each piece of wood is carefully inspected and hand picked to produce a pristine and beautifully crafted flooring, cabinetry or post and beam construction.
Heartpine Company maintains relationships with several demolition sites of old aging abandoned factories. Since heartpine was in abundance during the time period that these building were being erected, most of the post, beams and decking were constructed from this material. Typically the decking was finished off with a maple flooring. This type of construction enabled the factories to place heavy machinery on the floors without any additional support.
Heartpine Company has been in the wood business for over 13 years. Over these years the Morgans have developed an extensive network of wood suppliers. These relationships compliment the extensive inventory already maintained by the Heartpine Company and allows for a wide range of products offered. All woods must pass a rigorous quality control process implemented by Father and Son. The customer can rest assured that they are receiving the finest quality available.
These custom cherry cabinets were produced for a elegant home at the Greenbrier. With our skilled craftsman, we able to produce the cabinetry that you will be the center piece of you home. Cabinets can be produce from our antique lumber or any domestic wood species of your choice.
In 1806, Thomas Jefferson began building his Octangular home Poplar Forest in Bedford, Virginia. Even though Jefferson designed and built many homes, Poplar Forest was only the second home that he built for himself. In 1814, Thomas Jefferson designed and built a wing off of his home Poplar Forest. The wing contained a unique “serrated” roof system consisting of a hidden layers of ridge and gutter rooflets beaneath a terras deck. The HeartPine Company supplied the restoration craftsman of Poplar Forest with material in which they produced about 4,500 heart pine shingles.
With materials available such as antique heart pine, antique oak, antique douglas fir, or other domestic woods like oak, fir, or western red cedar, the HeartPine Company can supply you with the beams and paneling to complete your timber frame project.
Whether it is kitchens, entertainment centers, or even a private antique heart pine wine room, the Heartpine Company has the material and the craftsman to produce exactly what you are looking for to complete your home.