What is reclaimed wood?
Where does reclaimed wood come from?
There are many sources for reclaimed wood including:
• Reclaimed Barn Siding
• Reclaimed Fencing
• Reclaimed Beams
• Reclaimed Flooring
• Reclaimed Boxes and Shipping Crates
• Reclaimed Mantels
Cochran’s Lumber and Millwork’s history began with two brothers who grew up on a dairy farm, instilling strong agricultural ethics in the business. Much of the reclaimed wood Cochran’s produces comes from agricultural sources, such as barns and fencing. Cochran’s takes pride in bringing this agricultural character out in each piece of wood milled.
How do you restore reclaimed wood?
What is reclaimed wood used for?
Reclaimed wood can be used for any project that newly purchased wood can be used for. Customers use Cochran’s Lumber & Millwork reclaimed wood for a variety of projects, including:
• Custom Hardwood Flooring
• Custom Furniture
• Farmhouse Tables
• Architectural Moldings
• Stairs, Railings and Bannisters
• Cabinets and Bars
• Signage and Framing
What styles coordinate with reclaimed wood?
Why use reclaimed wood?
Where can I find reclaimed wood?
Cochran’s Lumber & Millwork has sourced reclaimed wood for over 30 years for a wide variety of applications. Increasing demand has impacted the ready supply of reclaimed wood. Not to worry, at Cochran’s our team of craftsmen and state of the art equipment can create a wide variety of hand crafted design and pre-finished elements. To learn more about about Cochran’s, call 877.297.8331 or by email from our contact page.