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The average lifespan of an oak tree is around 200 years but some live over 1000 years.
Antique timber for mantles, truss wraps, stair treads, custom cabinetry, one-of-a-kind furniture builds, matched wood for repair, vents, flooring, shiplap, walls, ceilings, iron work, tables, antique brick tile, corrugated tin, hand-cut stone and more all within reach in one location at Reclaimed Reserve.
YOUR PROJECT IS ONE OF A KIND.
SO ARE WE.
For years, Reclaimed Reserve has been giving new life to old wood. From our humble beginnings reclaiming wood in worn-down cotton mills, whiskey barrel warehouses, and old Thoroughbred barns, to our new 50,000 square foot facility, we have always maintained integrity in our work and quality in our products.
IDENTIFICATION AND DISMANTLING. We identify old wooden structures that need new life in Kentucky, that includes barns that once housed Thoroughbred horses and whiskey barrels. These structures, and dozens like them, need to be repaired or repurposed. We work to safely dismantle structures in a way that is pleasing to the Earth and honors the past life of the wood. We then choose the best wood to repurpose for our customers
RECLAIMING. Reclaimed wood is brought back to our state-of-the-art facility for de-nailing, grading, kiln drying, pyro treating, straight line sawing, planning and molding into a new product that can be used on interior and exterior surfaces.
CUSTOM MILLWORK. Our team can create custom architectural millwork from reclaimed materials including trims, molding, display shelving, cabinets, vent covers, furniture, retail build outs, and more.
I love my hardwood floor made of oak reclaimed from horse farm fences! I installed it myself and James was very helpful with all kind of tips from his many years of experience. Staff is extremely friendly and accommodating with a wealth of knowledge. Great prices as well. And all the wood is kilned before being planed. Highest quality and highly recommended!
July 23, 2018Brent Gallagher
July 23, 2018