SPARTANSBURG, PA - Hardwood-flooring inventory from a wind-down of American Made Flooring, a division of Clear Lake Lumber, goes to auction December 13. 

Hardwood flooring totaling 290,000 square feet will be available, as well as other business assets such as the division's customer list, equipment and display racks. Online bidding began Dec. 6 and concludes Dec. 13.

Clear Lake Lumber says it is winding down its American Made Flooring in order to focus on its primary business of manufacturing kiln-dried hardwood lumber. Clear Lake, founded in 1973, says it is now one of the largest lumber manufacturers in the U.S.

Approximately 125,000 square feet of unfinished hardwood flooring products (2 ¼"-8") in cherry, hard maple, hickory, ash, beech, white and red oak, walnut, red leaf maple and wormy maple are offered; plus 131,000 square feet of micro-beveled products (2 ¼"-9") in Russian birch, hard maple, red and white oak, cherry, hickory, ash and beach, as well as 13,000 square feet of  unfinished, hand-scraped hardwood flooring products (4"-5") in cherry, red and white oak.

The equipment available at auction includes two Grizzly G0512 edge sanders; a Time Saver TBO-25-2 belt sander/planer; a Wyson & Miles 291-L stroke sander.

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