Do you view/dismantle existing barns?
Would you be interested in buying barn wood and/or lumber from me?
Has your reclaimed barn wood been treated?
What all do you sell?
Do you need to make an appointment to visit?
Do you have a return-policy?
What types of wood species do you sell?
Do you offer custom options?
Of course! Currently, we offer custom options for shelves, tabletops, benches, countertops, mantles, barndoors, and more!
How long does it take for something that is custom-made?
How do you price your reclaimed barn wood?
Do you carry the hardware to hang shelves, mantels, and barn doors?
Do you install shiplap walls, shelves, barn doors, etc.?
Using reclaimed wood for woodworking projects is nothing new, but it’s fast becoming a modern-day décor trend. Originally chosen for barn construction in the 18th and 20th centuries, the same high-quality wood is now being repurposed as a luxury feature in modern...
With insights from Jerod McCluggage, here's a step-by-step walkthrough for staining a reclaimed wood barn door. We cover everything from initial preparation and supplies to the final application. In this detailed guide, you will learn the finer points of staining a...
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Reclaimed wood or lumber is any type of wood that has been recycled. I.e., it’s been taken from its original application and repurposed. An example would be wood used to build a wood crate or a barn that’s been deconstructed, restored, and reused to build a dining...
Reclaimed wood is old wood that’s been salvaged, often from old structures, and prepared for a new purpose, including… Cladding Wall Accents Flooring Furniture Fireplace Mantels Shelving Doors Decking Support Beams Countertops & Cabinetry Other interior design...