FAQs

Do you sell to the public?
Yes! We sell to the public. Our warehouse is open M-F 8:00am- 4:00 pm and no appointment is needed.


How does the price of reclaimed wood compare to new wood?

Reclaimed wood is typically sold at a premium for several reasons. Reclaimed wood has many costs associated with the salvaging of the lumber. The waste factor involved in repurposing reclaimed wood is much greater than in manufacturing new wood.


Will my floor cup?

Not if you buy it from us! All of our flooring material is kiln-dried to meet standards as outlined by the National Flooring Association. Cupping typically occurs when the moisture level changes in an environment. Before installation, the room should be climate-controlled. We can help you identify a good installer to ensure all appropriate and necessary measures are taken.


Do you have quantity discounts?

Yes, please click the contact us link and speak to an associate for more details.


Do you offer contractor/designer pricing?

We do not. All wood lovers are priced equally.


Do you sell mantles?

Yes, we cut our mantles from beams. We have more than 600,000 boardfeet of lumber with several options from which to choose. We do not provide any specialty trim work for corbels or mantle surrounds.


What do I do with the nail holes in my flooring?

You can:

  1. Leave them and love them! Our wood's character makes it beautifully unique.
  2. Select a wood filler that you can stain. We can help you find the right one.

Can I use a sealer on my beams?

Yes! We can offer suggestions and options at the time you purchase your mantle.


Do you ship out of state?

Out of state? Yes! Out of country? Yes too! Minimum order to ship is $500.00


Do you deliver?

Yes again! Delivery fees are not included, but will provided on request.


Are you open on the weekend?

No, we are not. However, we welcome you to stop in anytime Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm. No appointment necessary.


How do I install my wall skins?

Most people brad nail or glue to a secured wall. We recommend painting your wall black or putting up black felt paper to help reduce the appearance of nail holes! Click here to read this blog post for more tips and details.


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