Due to the variable nature of reclaimed timber, we cannot guarantee the availability of any product. Particularly with an antique surface, the sizes and dimensions are limited to what was originally used in construction decades ago... if we cut the wood to a particular size, it will no longer have the antique surface! This list is for information and reference only... if you need to confirm the availability of a certain type or piece of wood, please contact us and we will do what we can to provide what you need!
These planks are oak (and other eastern hardwoods) and have a lovely weathered surface in grey and silver tones. The edges and thickness are somewhat irregular and there can be cracks or holes in the boards. Great for creating a rustic appearance. The supply can vary considerably, since hardwoods are not commonly reclaimed locally.
Douglas fir with an original brown antique surface on the face and a freshly sawn surface on the back. The antique surface is usually some shade of medium brown, usually rough, sometimes with circular saw marks (planed brown surfaces are sometimes available as well, if a smoother surface is required(. The edges can be left as-is or the material can be edged to size. (Note that the corners of reclaimed wood are usually the first place you'll notice any damage from use, so often an unedged plank will have somewhat non-standard edges).