We have a wide variety of unique salvaged lumber sourced from throughout the Western United States. Most, if not all, the salvaged lumber we supply has been pulled from old barns. These barns have been sitting untouched for many years weathering into beautiful perfection. Not only has the wood aged and built a patina, but it’s been beaten to the ground by the elements and occasionally people and animals. This abuse is what we look for, giving a nice rustic feel to our homes, restaurants, offices, and furniture. Another thing to think about is when this lumber was milled, sometimes over 100 years ago, it came from very old and tight grained trees. These trees produce wood that is much tougher, bug resistant, and carries more characteristics then what we mill these days. Therefore the end product is something that will and can never be reproduced… ever. Our stock is always revolving , so check with us for the latest.
The salvaged redwood we find mostly comes from old water tanks, decrepit structures, or pulled from old barns. The beauty in this wood is it never rots, therefore holding its original beauty within. Old growth redwood has much tighter grain then what is found these days mostly because it came from 3,000+ year old trees. Once you compare the old growth with whats available today you will never go back, its unbeatable.