PNW Reclaimed Old Growth Barn Wood - Tongue And Groove
Reclaimed from turn of the century Pacific Northwest Barns, we have beautiful tongue and groove appearance boards, used as flooring, wall cladding, ceiling cladding, and more! All old-growth douglas fir or cedar, some feature distressed paint, and some are natural.
Each board is individually inspected and graded to ensure durability, preservation and long life.
PNW Barnwood Supply carries a range of FSC® certified products
We sell our barn wood by the linear foot. Price listed is price/lf. If you need help figuring how much material you need, just contact us!
A LITTLE ABOUT RECLAIMED WOOD, AND WHY IT'S ALWAYS THE BEST CHOICE!
Old-growth trees were typically larger and stronger, as they took decades, even centuries to grow and mature. Old-growth wood has greater density, is significantly heavier, and is more structurally stable than newly-harvested wood, which are desirable traits for specific “high-traffic” uses such as hardwood flooring. We are proud to provide a new life to these old-growth trees by offering a wide selection of reclaimed barn boards, dimensional lumber & timbers for all of your remodeling, restoring, building, and design needs!
Reclaimed antique barn wood is incomparable in terms of its ageless beauty and charm; these boards are truly unparalleled in each one's distinct quality and character. Our Pacific NW Reclaimed boards, lumber and materials all have beautiful, genuine rustic textures, traditional elegance and impressive durability.
As with ALL reclaimed barn wood products, many of the old historical “character marks” remain visible, as if proudly displaying ones' "war wounds", promising that our hand-deconstructed, cleaned, and inspected reclaimed materials are guaranteed to bring warmth, charm and an uncommon sense of style to any commercial or residential new build and/or remodeling project.
These historical character marks, which include nail holes, saw marks, mortises, notches, bolt holes and rich patinas, communicate the authenticity and history of the wood’s former life.
Using reclaimed wood offers beauty and defining character that simply cannot be found in newly-milled lumber, and can never be duplicated.