For 20 years, Peachey Hardwood Flooring has been making unique, custom floors from Appalachian lumber.

Company president and CEO Don Coleman, with the Appalachian Mountains behind.

“I enjoy seeing fine craftsmen create one-of-a-kind floors for appreciative owners,” says Don Coleman, Peachey’s president and CEO. “Our company tagline is ‘The Beauty of Nature. Perfected.’, and that’s exactly what we do here.”

The company’s Amish and Mennonite craftsmen—whom Don calls artisans—follow a long local tradition. “About 90% of our raw lumber is sourced from Amish sawmills within 10 miles of our production facility,” he says. The company’s central Pennsylvania location in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains gives them access to some of the world’s finest hardwood lumber. Hard- and softwoods available include American cherry, Northern black walnut, hickory, white oak (including rift-, live-, and quarter-sawn), plus red oak, ash, Northern hard maple, and white pine. The company also produces eco-friendly reclaimed flooring including oak, chestnut, and heart pine.

The premium lumber is typically used to produce wide plank flooring up to 16″ in width. “We have immense flexibility,” Don says. He reports that 70% of their work is residential and 30% commercial, by square footage sold, with 40% of their products used in restoration and remodeling. “Our prices are typically competitive with mass-produced products.”

A closeup shows 6″, 7″, and 8″ width reclaimed oak flooring with the Natural finish.

Peachey offers a wide variety of finishes that can be tailored to homes old and new, including one-of-a-kind options or historic restorations. The surface may be hand scraped, skip planed, hand distressed, or wire-brushed.

Craftsmanship is everything when it comes to these custom floors.

The flooring is sold through national wholesalers, dealers, and contractors. Peachey also maintains a retail showroom in Reedsville, Penn. Showcased there are additional Peachey products, including moulding, doors, stair parts, and tongue-and-groove paneling.

A floor of live-sawn white oak with the New England Walnut stain, hand distressed, has 10″, 11″, and 12″ wide planks.

Meet the folks from Peachey Hardwood Flooring at the
Historic Home Show at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Jan. 28–29, 2017.

Reedsville, Penn.
(717) 667-9373