Why Use Reclaimed Wood

Also known as recycled, salvaged, and repurposed, old growth wood originally used over a century ago offers depth and character to any room or space. First used in historic structures such as barns, school houses, mills, and factories, reclaimed wood can be given a new life when it is salvaged during demolition.

Once it is cleaned and heat dried to rid bugs, this wood can be sanded, planed, stained or cut to be recycled into rich pieces used by artists, woodworkers, designers, furniture makers and DIYers. Reclaimed wood provides a unique look in homes, corporate spaces, storefronts, and product displays. Client projects range from weekend arts and crafts creations to custom furniture and accent walls to counter tops and hanging doors.