Heritage Timber, Building Deconstruction & Reclaimed Material
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Reclaimed Materials
Our wood and metal is meticulously reclaimed by us, by hand, from buildings in the west to preserve their rich history and unique character. We take extreme care to honor these antique materials and celebrate the one-of-a kind nail scarring, historic saw marks, naturally weathered patinas, wind-swept textures, and quality of old growth wood. Using reclaimed wood opens up your design options and invites a unique warmth and depth into your home or business. We love sharing the rich history of our materials with clients.

We work via appointment only, ensuring that you get great personalized service. Contact us for products, prices, and to make an appointment.

Reclaimed Timbers
Primarily Douglas Fir, Larch and Pine with some Eastern Hemlock, Beech, Elm and Redwood. 4”x4” to 20”x20” and up to 40’ long. Patinas from weathered grey to deep brown. Textures include rough circle- or band-sawn, hand hewn, smooth/dimensional, re-sawn (by us), or driftwood sinkers. Used as posts, beams mantles, stringers, furniture and more. Can be milled to your specifications.
Lumber and Barnwood
Fir, Pine and Redwood. Ranging from 5/8”- 4” thick and 3” – 20” wide. Plain edge, ship lap, or tongue & groove. Patinas from weathered grey to deep brown. Textures include rough circle- or band-sawn, smooth/dimensional, re-sawn (by us), or fresh sinker slabs. Used for siding, soffit, wainscot, ceiling, doors, trim, flooring, fencing, pergolas and furniture.
Antique Roofing Metal and Hardware
Vintage, naturally rusted corrugated roofing in shades made by nature. Used as roofing, siding, wainscoting, fencing and furniture. Historic hardware includes hinges, barn door rollers and track, hand forged bolts, spikes, malleable washers, rings and square-head nails.
Special Finds
We have a unique collection of treasures gathered from our decades of dismantling. Some highlights are rustic barn doors, antique enamel lights, industrial belting, and purple prism glass.

Check out where some of these materials came from, and dream about what they can become. And rest assured that purchasing reclaimed wood helps you tread lighter on the earth, too.

Services & Delivery
We are sometimes able to mill, plane, metal detect, scrape or wash materials to your specifications. We deliver products locally for a nominal fee. We must charge a small stocking fee for undamaged returned materials. Contact us for more information.

Our Yard
We have been at this multi-acre site since the late 90s, and are always making improvements. After a building is dismantled, we bring the wood and metal here for final processing. There is over 400,000 board feet of wood at the yard, hundreds of tons of metal, a mill, a full wood shop, and plenty of forklifts and trailers to make for a smooth operation. We have added a shed roof to the shop so wood can be processed outside in any weather. The wood is covered in lumber wrap where appropriate.  Our reuse and recycling efforts are continued here – the shop is made of reclaimed materials and we recycle or reuse all scraps from the business operation.

We work via appointment only, ensuring that you get great one-on-one service, and are available for tours as well. We are fortunate to share the valley with bluebirds, rabbits, nighthawks, robins, fox, deer, marmots and elk.

 

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