The Resources Directory is the place where you will find a contractor, locate craftsmen, tradesmen, products and services for older and historic homes. Posted information has been obtained from the Resource’s website, brochures and other publicly available information. No entries in the Resources Directory are ever solicited for inclusion and none pay to be listed here. It is the responsibility of the consumer to interview and research the qualifications and experience of service providers before making a purchase or contracting for services.

  • A. E. Sampson & Son

    A. E. Sampson and Son has been milling custom real wood flooring for three decades. Reclaimed antique flooring is one of their specialties. From old warehouses, homes and barns in Maine they remove nails and re-dry the wood for maximum stability before turning each board into precision flooring. New flooring is milled from 9 different species native to Maine, another 7 North American species and several international sources. Stair treads, handrails, balusters & posts are available in most species and custom run to specification.

  • Hull Forest Products

    For over 45 years, Hull Forest Products manufactures 10 million board feet of lumber annually from its family-run operation and the largest sawmill in southern New England. Over 30 varietes of locally grown wood is converted into flooring at sawmill-direct prices. Common sizes or custom, with lengths up to 26 feet. They mill red oak, white oak and pine timbers for traditional timber frame construction. They also mill board & batten and barn-board siding and offer custom millwork for stairs, paneling and wainscotting.

  • Vermont Plank Flooring

    For over 20 years Vermont Plank Flooring has been making the finest mill direct wide plank wood flooring on the market. Their discounted solid wood flooring is selectively cut and sustainably harvested. They sell wholesale, eliminating the middleman and saving customers a tremendous amount of money and time. The company also offers FSC®-certified, newly sawn and reclaimed plank flooring (that qualifies for LEED credits), engineered wood flooring, VOC-free stains, and all forms of interior and exterior millwork as well as structural beams.