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    Feb 27
    2014
    8 Things to Remember About Trestlewood Samples
    Samples can be an important part of the product selection process when they are used correctly (and in conjunction with other product selection tools.) Some tips to help make sure they are used correctly...

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    Tags:   samples


    Feb 25
    2014
    What Does Sanding Do to Barnwood?
    Take a look at a sampling of Trestlewood barnwood lumber products, before and after sanding.

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    Jan 23
    2014
    Q: What is the Best Way to Install a Trestlewood Mantel (or Siding or Flooring or...)?
    Trestlewood does not get involved on the installation end of things and is, therefore, not the best source of information about installation methods, etc.

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    Tags:   installation


    Nov 21
    2013
    What is Wane?
    Wane defined; wane can help make some nice rustic products.

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    Tags:   wane


    Oct 18
    2013
    Barnwood Shiplap Options
    Barnwood Shiplap products can be classified based on whether the shiplap was added before or after the lumber was weathered. Introducing a batch of NatureAged Shiplap lumber whose shiplap was added prior to weathering.

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    Tags:   NatureAged Shiplap


    Sep 20
    2013
    Where Can I Get Painted Barnwood Without the Lead?
    Trestlewood's NatureAged Painted Barnwood provides an ideal combination of cool, authentic look and no lead.

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    Sep 12
    2013
    Porcupines Cast a Vote for Salty Fir
    Porcupines, deer, moose and other animals like the salt in Trestlewood II ("Salty Fir") products.

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    Sep 06
    2013
    What are Live Edges?
    Live (natural) edges can make for some really cool mantels, lumber, etc.

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    Tags:   live edge mantels


    Aug 27
    2013
    Should Reclaimed Lumber Be Edged?
    Some potential advantages and disadvantages of edging are summarized.

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    Tags:   edging


    Aug 21
    2013
    What are the Advantages of Pressure Washing Reclaimed Timbers and Lumber?
    Pressure washing reclaimed timbers and lumber can be a great way to increase color consistency and bring out brown tones.

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    Tags:   pressure washing


    Apr 10
    2013
    What are the Differences Between Circle-Sawn, Band-Sawn and Planed (S4S) Textures?
    Photos and descriptions of circle-sawn, band-sawn and planed (S4S) textures.

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    Apr 03
    2013
    Check Out Some Cool Reclaimed Wood Shelving
    One of our customers made some cool shelves out of Trestlewood's 4x13 Willamette Character timbers.

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    Tags:   shelves shelving


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