Reclaimed Wood Furniture


How is Reclaimed Wood Utilized?

Reclaimed Wood Lumber Products
Reclaimed Wood Timbers, Posts & Beams
Reclaimed Wood Flooring
Reclaimed Wood Siding & Paneling
Reclaimed Wood Framing Materials
Reclaimed Wood Decking
Reclaimed Wood Trim
Reclaimed Wood Anything
The raw materials can be used to make everything they once were, from timbers and beams to flooring, siding and paneling to be used in reclaimed wood furniture, cabinets, doors and other uses.
Reclaimed Wood Final Products
Reclaimed Wood Furniture
Reclaimed Wood Doors
Reclaimed Wood Cabinets
Reclaimed Wood Mantelpieces
Finish Building Materials
Reclaimed Wood Flooring
Reclaimed Wood Siding & Paneling
Reclaimed Wood Molding and Trim
Barn Wood Look Reclaimed Lumber
The sky is the limit for reclaimed wood uses. Use your imagination.

Why Use Reclaimed Wood Lumber?

There are a number of reasons to use reclaimed wood building materials in place of newly born lumber including these:
Superior Quality
Aesthetics
Ecological Responsibility
Superior Quality

One of the most compelling reasons for choosing lumber products from a reclaimed wood source is that the wood typically comes from old growth heartwood that is much more stable and dry than the typical “sap” wood found today.
The heartwood ring patterns are tighter, the wood stays straighter, the look and finish is superior, and all around it’s just plain nicer.

Aesthetics

This is the real advantage of reclaimed wood products among its many virtues. The aesthetics of reclaimed wood products can be noticeably better than many other modern wood products largely because of its heartwood nature.
Reclaimed wood has a warmth and beauty and even smell that can enhance quality of life for years. It’s fun to live around.

Ecological Responsibility

The fact is that most of the virgin forests are gone or inaccessible.
To a large extent reclaimed wood sources are the only sources left for this quality of wood but rather than focusing strictly on quality, there is also the fact that for every board foot of reclaimed lumber created, that is one less board foot heading to the landfill and one less board foot created from new forests.
Land filling or burning these fantastic beams, decking, flooring is unconscionable in many ways. It just doesn’t make any sense to throw away what can never be reclaimed.