LASSCO has been salvaging wooden floors for over 40 years. The roots of the firm can be traced back to East End cabinet makers of the 19th Century; we claim Grandfather rights to the reclaimed flooring industry. Our warehouses in London and Oxford are the first port of call for designers and architects looking to specify character flooring saved from notable buildings, their demolitions and refurbishments. Wide oak board, pine floorboards, herringbone parquet from institutions and libraries, chevron, strip, tongue-and-groove or Parquet de Versailles - we have an ever-changing array of glorious timber to choose from. We also source floorboards milled from un-usual sources – warehouse beams, SNCF railway trucks, Romanian log-cabins have all proved a valuable source of wood: extracted, de-pinned, re-milled, stacked and measured. Our customers have been thrilled by the results. Our stocks are rounded off with a great selection of sustainably sourced oak boards. We supply and deliver to private customers, trade buyers, shop-fitters and builders.

We have an experienced team and we're keen to help get you the best floor for your interior. LASSCO always recommends using the 'historically plausible' in any refurb – that is to say if you wish to replace an inappropriate floor such as a laminate then do so with the type of floor that would have been installed in the house when it was built.