heart pine wood


Heart Pine is the old growth Yellow Pine once common in the American South and Atlantic Coast regions.  These trees were very dense and high in resign content.  As a result, Heart Pine is very durable.  It is not uncommon to find boards with 15+ growth rings to the inch.  Many old factory buildings were built using Heart Pine because the trees grew quite large, were very straight and had long trunks.

  • Salvaged material
  • Beautiful patina
  • Gold to orange in color

Characteristics of Heart Pine

Origin of Wood Type Central – Southern – Eastern USA
Botanical Name Pinus palustris
Specific Gravity 0.67
Avg. Weight Per BF 3.75 lb/bf
Color Range Gold – Yellow – Orange
Rarity / Availability Reclaimed material from old barns and buildings, rare material, please call for availability:  1.610.932.7400 / 1.888.814.0007
Typical Avg. Width 2″ to 10″
Typical Avg. Length 4′ to 12′, sometimes longer available
Avg. Waste Factor 30% to 50%
Wood Uses Fine Furniture, Cabinetry, Architectural Millwork, Restoration, Wood Turning, Boat Building, Wood Carving, Timber Framing and many other uses
Lumber Grades Unselected, Wormy, Premium, Beams
Other Trade Names Southern Yellow Heart Pine

Reclaimed Heart Pine Lumber Detailed Pricing:

Thickness Grade Figure Type Grain Orientation Width Range Length Range Price Per BF
4/4 Reclaimed None Mix 2.00″ to 10.00″ 48.00″ to 144.00″ $12.50
Heart Pine Hardwood Flooring

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Sample Pictures of Heart Pine

Please Note: The photos below are examples of the species and may no longer be products available for sale.

All pictures of wood that appear wet, have been sprayed with denatured alcohol to show the natural color.  We use denatured alcohol because it evaporates and does not affect the moisture content.