Salvaged Wood is wood that has not been previously sawn into lumber and is typically still in log form when we acquire it. Many of our salvage logs are windfalls, (trees that came down in a storm). By utilizing these logs for lumber it allows us to extend the lifecycle of the tree.
Reclaimed or Recycled Wood is wood that has previously been sawn into lumber and used in the construction of buildings, bridges, water-tanks, or other structures. It has been removed in some type of a demolition project and instead of going to the landfills, its’ lifecycle has been extended by recycling it and preparing it to be used again.