Our Douglas fir is salvaged from old agricultural buildings, canneries, warehouses, and other abandoned industrial and commercial buildings throughout western Canada. We take structural beams, floor joists, roof and wallboards, and mill them into 3⁄4” thick T&G for cladding feature walls, ceilings, and casework. Widths range from 2 1⁄2”- 12”, and the lengths vary from 3ft-12ft. Our available inventory may determine the exact widths that can be ordered. This product is available in both “clean face” and “rustic” surfaces. Clean Face means that the surface of the material is an interior cut and the surface is less rustic. Rustic means that the surface is an outside cut that has been exposed to the elements and has natural patina, and is typically more rustic.
Reclaimed Hard Wood
Our reclaimed hardwood is milled from salvaged packing crates that date back to the 1950’s. The packing crates were made of mixed tropical hardwoods, mostly mahogany and boxwood. We have re-purposed the material into T&G milled to 3⁄4” thickness, widths vary from 2 1⁄2”-6”, and the lengths vary from 3ft-7ft. It can be ordered smooth face or rough sawn.
Barn Board Siding for Feature Walls
Based on availability we offer authentic rustic grey-board and painted-board siding salvaged from barns, grain elevators, and other agricultural buildings. This material is always in limited quantity so please inquire as to what we have in stock.