Historical recycled wood is usually of a quality you can’t find in stores today. You’ll find hand-hewn beams with saw marks still visible from the craftsmen who cut it 100 years ago. You’ll find recycled siding from old barns, with a aged patina or faded paint color created by weathering slowly over the years.
Recycled wood that originated with these ancient trees is stronger and has denser growth rings than the younger wood being taken to mills today. The beams and planks created from these massive trees can be larger and wider than modern lumber.
This recycled wood offers preserved, high end timber rich in character and stunning color. Its beauty is full of history and adds a uniqueness that cannot be replicated, whether being finished for recycled wood doors, flooring, furniture or wall paneling.