So where do we get all of our reclaimed lumber from??
Answer: EVERYWHERE. An old barn in Dover, NH, old lumber from a house renovation in Amesbury, MA, you name it. Sometimes we source the wood ourselves, and sometimes we work with awesome partners that literally source reclaimed wood for a living.
Folks that source lumber for a living have the resources and infrastructure to recover and process on a much larger scale. Sometimes this is wayy more cost effective than sourcing it ourselves.
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There’s a lots of other resources for reclaimed wood like EcoBuilding Bargains in Springfield, MA. They are a non-profit that works with contractors to recover wood from small & large construction projects all over New England.
Reclaimed wood will absolutely provide character and beauty that is tough to find in standard, new growth wood; I.E., big box stores or lumber yards. There’s also usually a story that comes with that wood, which makes it even more special.
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