Our wide plank flooring is 100% reclaimed from old barns, factories, and other antiquated structures. Everyone from private homeowners, to contractors and designers can find the perfect species to serve their design purposes.
Herringbone patterns, end grain blocks, weaves and other designs bring an artistic approach to reclaimed and recycled antique wood and allow decades of wear without excessive maintenance.
Everything we have in stock is U.S.A. wood only — all original growth from our very own lands. It is our duty to salvage as much of this material as we can before it's all been recycled or has decomposed back into the earth. Our stock of reclaimed wood flooring is always changing as we dismantle and salvage antique wood, so stop by our showroom to see what we've got!
Antique wood beams salvaged from barns and factories make for beautifully rustic fireplace mantels. These antique timbers add a certain charm and coziness to any interior. The age of these beams and their long history tells a lot about their sturdiness and reliability. The rough sawn and hand hewn techniques used to build these beams a century ago adds character that cannot be found in new wood. Originally serving as structural supports in barns and factory floors, these timbers are massive so our fabricators sometimes hollow out the beams to make them easier to move and install without sacrificing the beauty of the antique wood. Your mantel can be solid or hollow, rough sawn or hand hewn — really whatever you wish!
Antique barn doors lend charm to any doorway or wall. We have a large selection of interior and exterior original barn wood barn doors available. We provide authentic barn doors dismantled from various locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York and other locations along with their original hardware.
Re-purposed vintage and antique barn doors are perfect to add to a room for anyone seeking a touch of rustic charm. These doors have a beautiful patina with personality. All doors we salvage are stored in our mill in the original condition until our clients specify their design needs.
We create custom barn doors from our barn wood that can be any size you're looking for and can include glass, windows, hardware, double sided doors, and any other unique detail you're looking for.
Reclaimed barn siding is a very versatile product and can add rustic character to any space. This material is ideal for siding, paneling, wainscoting, or ceiling material for residential and commercial applications.
Coloring and texture will vary, but can be easily mixed and matched to create a unique aesthetic. Siding comes in brown, silver, white, gray, and red. Thickness range from 3/4″ to 5/4″ before any milling is done. Species we tend to see are pine and hemlock.
Interior designers, architects, or homeowners considering creating a rich, rustic look are invited to see the many samples we have. Available wood lots change constantly as we salvage materials from barns we are dismantling. Our full service mill offers the service to tongue and groove or ship-lap the barn siding for your installation needs.
We offer an inventory of aged and rustic corrugated roofing customized to your specific needs to accent your outdoor structure and other projects. It comes in sheets of 26 inches wide and lengths of 6-12 feet. Decorative reclaimed tin roofing gives a farm like feel to your project. Ideal for bars, taverns, boutiques, and businesses.
Our live edge wood slabs can be used for bar tops, counter tops, kitchen islands, end tables, table tops, vanities, and more. Some species that we have in stock are pine, hemlock, black walnut, cherry, maple, and oak. Slabs are all various lengths and widths and thickness ranges from 1" to 4". Our band saw cuts up to 27 feet in length and 36 inches in width. Our slabs typically come with bark attached & are known as “live edge” slabs and slabs are available with our without the live edge. A simulated live edge is where our carpenters incorporate the natural edge of the wood into the design of the piece. All slabs are kiln dried so the amount of movement, checking, and warping will be minimal.
If you need a wood slab wider than what our band saw will allow or what we may have in stock, book matching may be an option. (Book matching is matching two wood slabs, so that the adjoining surfaces mirror each other in appearance, thus giving the impression of an open book.)