For centuries, the fireplace has been the center of living and meeting spaces. Using a reclaimed barn beam as a fireplace mantel adds the utmost warmth and character to one of the most important focal point in your home.
Our reclaimed barn beam mantels are sourced from local, centuries-old Pennsylvania barns. Farmers used old growth pine and oak from their land to construct the solid structural foundation for their barns hundreds of years ago. Back then, each beam was hand-hewn. As a result, each beam tells a different story of America’s early history.
Our reclaimed fireplace mantels are custom-cut to your desired specifications as well as kiln-dried to ensure durability. A range of wood types and color tones—from browns to grays—are available in our large inventory so that you can select the best reclaimed wood beam for your living space.
Custom milling and finishing is available. Most often, fireplace mantels are cut on two sides (top and back), with flat and straight edges. Ends are polished and finished.
OUR RECLAIMED PRODUCTS
Original Face Lumber
Each individual board is unique and features a natural, textured appearance that adds warmth to any design.
Art and function meet in our reclaimed flooring as the textured marks of history blend with the durability of old growth wood.
Reclaimed Barn Beams
Hand-hewn beams from centuries old barns are the image of sturdy American craftsmanship. Available in pine, oak, and other species.
Accent Wall Thins
Ready for installation in any design project, 3/8" wall thins are cut from reclaimed barn wood and are full of authenticity and character.
The main structural element of any construction project, more than 10,000 board feet of lumber is available in our inventory at any given time.
Made of grooved metal sheeting, the roofs of old barns can offer a rustic accent to walls and ceilings with their natural patina.
Hand-hewn barn beams bring warmth and character to the main focal point of your living space. Each mantel is custom cut to desired specifications.
High traffic areas require durable, dependable materials. Our old growth stair treads can be matched to floor type and color.