The original growth forests on the North American continent played a historic role in America’s greatness and Antique Wood News is proud to promote awareness and education concerning the use of recovered and reclaimed wood in restorations, remodeling and in new construction too. Each board milled is going back to work for many more generations, and saving our old-growth wood from over-harvesting.
There are many sources of reclaimed wood including old buildings and factories, rivers, old railroads, fallen and dead trees, wharfs and docks, and barrels from breweries and wineries. Antique wood is historical, beautiful, environmental and the people who work with it are passionate about this natural resource. We would love to hear from you, about your projects, your skills and your photos. Share with other antique wood enthusiasts, like you!
We Will Publish Your Projects
Are you renovating, or planning a new project? We would love to publish your progress and along the way, you can pick up tips from the experts at Antique Wood University!
We Will Share Your Skills
Write us and let us know what special talents and skills you have using antique and reclaimed wood, we will publish your information for interested parties to find you!
Antique Wood Stories
Very often, antique and reclaimed wood is utilized in order to renovate historical buildings or emulate historical buildings! Here is a list and description of various companies
"Sustainable and Elegant, Antique Wood is the Wood of the Future!"
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