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Reclaimed Barnwood Flooring

A stagecoach rumbling down a dusty road. A gunslinger grabbing his weapon and pointing at the sky. A horse galloping at breakneck speed through the downtown, carrying its rider to find gold in the hills. We love these arresting images from our collective history. We seek to preserve that history by using materials that have…

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Superior Hardwoods Reclaimed, Engineered, and Unfinished Hardwood Flooring - Oak
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Auburndale Oak Hardwood Flooring

Face Widths: Random 3-1/4″, 4″, 5″ and 6″ All other selections in the series offered in a 5″ or 7″ or 4″, 5″, 7″ Random width Lengths (Solid): 1-1/2′ – 8′ Random length Thickness: ¾” solid Lengths (engineered): 1-1/2′ – 8′ random length Thickness: 5/8″ with a 4.5 mm wear layer PLEASE CALL FOR CURRENT…

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Montana Buckboard Fir Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
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Montana Buckboard Fir Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

One of our most popular flooring options over the past 40 years Montana Buckboard Fir reminds us of the days when the west was wild, a time of bustling saloons where cowboys reigned supreme. Keep the thread of our American legacy alive with this rugged floor machined through an antique, 60-in. circular saw blade to…

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Bannack Brown Barnsiding – Reclaimed Siding

Very Limited Supply! Weathered barnsiding shares stories of the past. Character filled wood tells the tale of harsh elements and the pounding unforgiving sun. Barnsiding is a unique choice for the discerning buyer to create and establish an inventive, extraordinary living space. Choose the rich, aged, brown tones of Bannack Brown Barnsiding for a warm…

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Garnet Grey Barnsiding – Reclaimed Wood Siding

Weathered barnsiding brings a piece of history into your home or project. Barnsiding shows effects of the elements including the effects of the pounding sun over the course of many, many years. Barnsiding is a perfect choice for any buyer looking to create a unique living space that brings the rustic west to life once…

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Ruby Gulch Faded Red – Reclaimed Wood Siding

Years ago, red barns dotted the countryside and served as a wonderful reminder of our national heritage of farming the land. These farmers worked hard, raising cattle, growing corn and bailing hay to keep our nation warm and well-fed. We have always been in awe of these small-town heroes. Over the years, as our nation…

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Silver Bow Snowfence Reclaimed Wood Siding

Embrace the unique appearance of snow fence. The story of the dramatic elements written in wood, intense wind and blizzard-like conditions sculpting the wood into one of a kind masterpieces – silvery bliss. Prominently display this treasured wood to make your home truly incomparable. Widths: 5″-5-1/2″ Lengths: 4′ + Thickness: 5/8″-7/8″

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Virginia City Corral Board – Reclaimed Siding

Rugged, weathered corral boarding proudly bearing battle wounds received from the passage of time. Hoofs, boots, spurs all branding each board stamping in distinguishing characteristics. Bring the wild west home – use corral board for stunning siding, exceptional trim or the most distinctive paneling imaginable. Widths: 4″-12″ Lengths: 4′-16′ Thickness: 2″ (can be re-sawn into…

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Columbus Character Hickory Flooring

Hickory is a long-used wood with early use beginning before Columbus sailed the seas. It is beautiful in look, but practical in durability, hardness, and overall strength. Often chosen for commercial applications, it is also a popular residential flooring choice. The wood will display not only a straight grain but can also reveal a curling…

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Mystic Myrtlewood Flooring

Mystic Myrtlewood is one of the rarest hardwoods to be found anywhere in the world with few remaining in the limited groves left. Growing in only two places on this earth, the Oregon coast and the Middle East, this very dense wood takes centuries to reach maturity. The lumber is used for a wide variety…

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