When we first approached Union Church Millworks, a small, family-owned mill in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, about representing their products, we were not fully aware of their commitment to the environment.
What we saw were hardwood floors that make a statement. Their Naturally-Distressed walnut, cherry, oaks and other hardwoods look like the floors found in some of the most sought-after 19th and early-20th century homes. It is flooring that looks like it comes from living, breathing trees.
We knew we had found our niche when we learned that the founder of Union Church Millworks, Steve Bennett, owned thousands of acres of woodlands surrounding his family’s 200-year-old working farm. These woodlands, which are the primary source of materials for Union Church Millworks, are part of the Certified American Tree Farm System, a sustainable forestry designation for privately-held lands first established in 1941.
Long dedicated to the health and vibrancy of his native Appalachian mountains, Bennett has served on the Virginia State Agricultural Commission; and has positioned his company so that his grandchildren will have the same opportunity to run the business as he has enjoyed.
As evidenced by the generous flooring displays at our showroom, and the many satisfied customers who have purchased their Appalachian Mountain Hardwoods through us, it is the dedication to quality and sustainability that will ensure that the floors, paneling and lumber produced by Union Church Millworks will be enjoyed for generations to come.
American Walnut, American Cherry, Red Oak, White Oak
Grades: Clear, Natural, Naturally Distressed
Widths: 3” to 8”. Wider widths regularly available