Wood - tongue and groove and other - $80 (Akron)

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I have a thing for wood and I've 'saved' a lot of it over the years. When wood prices skyrocketed I looked like a genius. Well, I'm getting older - and my list of projects needs to get smaller. So ... now it's time to clean house (i.e. get rid of volume). This is used. Most of it has a bit of residue on it. Some has some tile still attached. Hey - I don't clean wood until I need it. Most of the nails are out. I'd say all but I could have missed a few. Stacks better without the nails.

I have a stack of tongue and groove oak flooring that is left over from previous things I've done (mostly walls, but some frames and flower boxes). It's enough to do an accent wall (not huge, of course) or perhaps a ceiling in a closet, or a closet or ??? Most of it came from an old house (over 100 years) but I'm guessing this floor isn't as old as that house because I don't think they had tongue and groove flooring when it was built. Nearly all of this stuff is 'standard width' (2 1/4"?). Must take all. Longer pieces not in pictures.

See pictures first then call with questions as necessary. Hopefully the pictures answer most of your questions. I do NOT have a square footage number on me as I'm still bringing it all together. Only usable square footage should be factored. YOU decide.

I'm asking $80 for the lot. You must move it from a basement (with on outside access door right outside the basement door up a flight of stairs). If I have to move it I might keep it (and I don't want to do that). Offers accepted but only after you've seen it. You can see (from the pics) that it is mostly neatly stacked. Use it as it is or take off the tongue and groove and it's oak (narrow) plain boards. Texting and phone calls are best. I'm not very good at checking email every day. Just saying. I once sold a lot of wood to someone who plained it down then sent a picture of the 'refinished' wood. He was a high school shop teacher who always needed wood for his students. I was envious. It was beautiful.

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