Barnwood as you envision, available in days.
Designer Barnwood was established because of a void we observed in the market. As seen on designer websites like Houzz.com, beautiful barnwood has become all the rage. Our staff, experienced in the lumber industry, has collaborated to fill this void.
Problems using barnwood arise because the supply is limited, and uniform material is hard to find. Locating accurate representative samples is challenging and once final decisions are made, leadtimes are not solid because of the de-nailing and kiln drying process. The remote origin of most barnwood means more trucking, adding to longer leadtimes and higher costs. Freshly cut edges and irregular sizes force compromises in design and a dilemma for the craftsman.
Here are our answers to these issues.
Availability of Western Red Cedar and Eastern White Pine as well as other beautiful domestic softwoods is plentiful. Homes, barns and other rural structures use woods native to the American landscape giving us local availability of prime material. This fact enables us to accomodate woodworkers, homeowners, architects and designers with timely service. We will cut and box upon request for any amount needed being sure to leave you with enough gooch for touch up. Our unique aged finish is the result of a process that uses a waterbased sloution, free of chemicals and non- flammable.
Our goal is to provide you with the material to fit your rustic design. Whether country chic or country cabin, cielings, accent walls, trim, doors or furniture, we will work to dilligently fit your vision.
Please feel free to contact us as we service the New York tri-state area. We've participated in projects from Bridgehampton Long Island to Glastonbury Connecticut to Atlantic City New Jersey. Thank you for taking the time to read about our stuff.
- Colors by request
- Custom sizes and textures
- Strict adherence to lead-times
- Wire brushed hardwoods
- Procurement of reclaimed hardwood and softwood flooring
- Installation services
- Expertise in reclaimed lumber