Reclaimed Antique Rough Sawn Wood Beams

Rough Sawn Beams

With refined rustic appeal, antique rough sawn beams hold teeth marks left behind from the saw blade as the wood was first milled.  Our customers love the warmth and aesthetics produced by these rough sawn beams wherever they are in a space. When settlers came upon the great hardwood forests of the Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee and Ohio River Valleys, the local mills would saw any and all trees being felled from land clearings into usable beams and lumber.  Many of the original old barns and buildings built from these old barn beams were made from whatever the mill or lumber yard had to offer at that time, be it southern yellow pine shipped up the rivers by steamboat, a large variety of mixed hardwoods from local clearings or one or two species from a local grove that was recently felled. Projects using reclaimed antique rough sawn beams carries a part of that story and reflects it into the space created.

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Specs

Dimensions: 4"x4" to 12"x12" and larger
Lengths: Up to 30' feet and longer
Surfaced Washed: Light surface washing
Surface Cleaned: Removal of metals
Kiln Drying: Stabilize and eradicate potential pest
The Works: Surface washed, Cleaned and Kiln Dried
Beam Cut: Sawn one edge or split
Finish: Un Finished or Wax Finish
Wax Colors: Clear, Light Brown, Walnut or White Washed
Fire Retardant: Optional

Reclaimed Rough Sawn Beam Specifications

Reclaimed Antique Rough Sawn Wood Beams is 100% FSC Certified Recycled and eligible for LEED Credits.

Installation

Proper product installation is the key to success in every job! From installation to recommended care & maintenance. We'll always be here to help you with your project every step of the way. And when it's done and you have the time to enjoy the look and feel and aura of the wood, make sure you take that time. It's as good for you as laughing a half hour a day or going on a walk with a child and a dog. This wood has lived. Really lived.

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