Reclaimed-Wood Millwork

As the demands on forest resources have increased, nonforest sources of wood have grown in importance. Reclaimed wood is usually salvaged from buildings slated for demolition, abandoned railroad trestles, and "sinker logs" that sank decades ago during river-based log drives. It can also be from trees that have been recently harvested from urban or suburban areas (such as disease-killed trees). Reclaimed wood is often available in species, coloration, and wood quality not available in newly harvested timber.

Listed in: Exterior Finish & Trim, Interior Finish & Trim

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