Porosky
Lumber Company Inc.




For your Home

Have you ever dreamed of having real Northern Appalachian Hardwood in your home, such as Cherry, White Oak or Ash?  Unfortunately, with all the low price - low quality import wood available, most "big box stores" no longer carry real American hardwood for the interior of your home.  It's almost impossible to find. If you were to "special order" Cherry door and window trim, it would surely be made below spec and cost a small fortune. 

Porosky Lumber has been sawing these beautiful Hardwoods for more than 50 years and now we are able to bring them to you...


Direct from the forest to your home.

As we process logs in our sawmill for cabinetry and furniture manufacturers, we are able to select out the best and sometimes most unique lumber for your home.  Whether it is one of a kind Ambrosia Maple for V-groove paneling or clear Cherry for wide plank length flooring, we make sure that the quality lumber stays right here... In America.. In your home.

Every step of the milling process is done on site.  From drying the lumber in our custom dehumidification kiln to milling the final product with our SCMI five head molder, we are able to make a full thickness product and eliminate all the middle-men which, in turn, equal big savings for the home owner. 

As a home owner, whether it is new construction or remodeling of your rec-room, you have a chance to bring real Northern Appalachian Hardwoods into your home.  Proudly made from locally harvested timber by your friends and neighbors.



Flooring

Thickness: Full 3/4"
Width: Random width or sorted 2 1/4" to 5 1/4"
Length: 4' to 10' plank length

Style: Square edge or Micro-Bevel

Our flooring is produced with relief grooves on the bottom side to help each piece lay flat on the floor and promote air flow.  We also mill with a bottom groove relief that allows for the tightest fit on un-even subfloors.  This is especially important in older home remodeling.


Tongue & Groove Paneling

Thickness: Full 3/4"
Width: Random width or sorted 2 1/4" to 5 1/4"
Length: 42" Wainscoting to 8' full wall coverage - longer by request

Style: Full Bevel ( V groove )



Millwork / Trim

Casing Door & Window

Style:  Colonial
Width:  2 1/2"

Chair Rail
Style: Colonial
Width: 2 1/2"

Base & Cap
Style:
Colonial
Width: Base - 3" to 6"  Cap - 1 3/8"





Currently Available Hardwoods

RUSTIC WHITE OAK

5 1/4"  Rustic White Oak flooring, micro-bevel edge


NATURAL CHERRY

Random width Natural Cherry flooring, Micro-Bevel edge


NATURAL WHITE ASH

Random Width  Natural Ash flooring, Micro-Bevel edge



AMBROSIA MAPLE

Random width Ambrosia Maple flooring, square edge
Style

The largest distinction between Micro-Beveled floors and Square edge floors is the visual differences of the final floor. Square edge floors are smooth and cohesive; the edges of the boards blend together to create a single floor space. Micro-Beveled floors maintain a visual distinction between each individual board, transforming the flooring from a functional walking area to a distinct design element of the space.

The grooves in a micro-beveled floor provide a reservoir space for dirt and dust. When dirt collects in the grooves rather than on the floor planks, your floor is less likely to be scratched or damaged.  Perfect for a Cherry floor but not necessary for flooring as durable as White Oak.

A Full Bevel is mainly used for wall paneling, typically reffered to as V groove paneling.


Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

Unfinished hardwood floors are an excellent choice when it comes to wood flooring. It does take time and effort to install and finish wood floors on-site, but the result is highly rewarding.

Some key advantages to unfinished hardwood floors, and on-site finishing are:

Unfinished hardwood floors are uniform, stable and even; due to the process of on-site sanding and finishing.

On site sanding allows the installer to create borders, inlays, and other customized elements which are not usually available with factory finished flooring.

You can alter the appearance of your hardwood flooring by applying wood stain before sealing the wood. This option also allows the customer to stain the wood in any desired color or a color that may not be available in pre-finished flooring products.

On-site finishing allows better uniformity of seal and finish by filling in the empty spaces and cracks naturally created during installation.


        

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