Our collection of mixed hardwoods includes red and white Oaks, along with Hickory and Chestnut. These hardwoods are utilized primarily for decorative means in a wide variety array of architectural spaces for beams, timbers and truss fabrication.
Salvaged Douglas fir from the Pacific Northwest is a most prized source of wood due to its strength, beauty, value and longevity. The diversity of this rich texture of antique wood is used successfully in a wide variety of architectural applications.
WHITE PINE – CONIFERS
Reclaimed White Pine and conifers is processed wood retrieved from its original application for purposes of subsequent use. Our reclaimed lumber comes from timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses.
Redwood is another common wood specie for building barns and other structures from the west coast. Barns serve as one of the most common sources for this reclaimed wood here in the United States.
Reclaimed beams and timbers maintain a living history of style and unique textures. You might recognize the following: rough-sawn, band-sawn. circle-sawn, planed smooth, hand hewn and weathered wood to name a few.
Want a timber with a reclaimed appearance yet with the structural integrity of new wood that meets architectural and engineering specifications? Look no further, Windswept Weathered Wood offers finishes in six colors options.
Reclaimed Rounds are antique trees or logs that are used primarily for decoration in home building, commercial applications, restaurant and bar and hospitality dwellings in a wide architectural specification.
Commercial applications favor this unique style and ethos; especially for restaurant, bar and hospitality spaces where a particular architectural ambiance is desired.