Monthly Archives: December 2013

5 Things to Know about Barn Board

reclaimed salvaged repurposed antique barn board wood siding with paint and colored tones

Aged and weathered reclaimed barn siding brings an air of rusticity to homes, restaurants, retail stores, and exteriors. Here are five things you should know before you begin your barn board project.

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Slow Growth & Fast Food

Heart Pine Applebee's Harlem New York

This East Harlem fast food restaurant re-thinks sustainability by building with recycled woods and becoming the first LEED gold certified restaurant in New York City.

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Salvaged Redwood Slab Table

reclaimed salvaged antique redwood slab table with live edges

It’s been amazing to watch customers turn our salvaged redwood slabs into tables, bars, counters, and other incredible pieces of furniture.

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Quincy Masonic Temple

quincy massachusetts masonic temple building reclaimed heart pine

Quincy, MA ~ 1926

Designed by well-known Boston architects J. Williams Beal & Sons, construction of this Masonic temple was completed in 1926.

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Osterburg Barn

reclaimed salvaged antique repurposed wood from this osterburg pennsylvania barn

Osterburg, PA ~ 1855

This barn in Osterburg, Pennsylvania, yielded top-notch hand-hewn oak beams and beautiful white pine board stock.

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5 Tips For Selling Reclaimed Wood

Selling reclaimed barn wood? Learn more about the process and value of your wood here.Understanding the value of your antique wood is the first step towards earning a square deal at the market.  The following information is intended to help sellers collect the greatest returns and keep buyers happy.  In the reclaimed wood business, happiness is a two-way street.

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