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Timbers

WeatheredBlend

WeatheredBlend Timbers

WeatheredBlend Timbers is a blend/mix product that combines the strengths of several weathered timber sources to provide an optimized weathered timber package.

Hand-Hewn

Hand-Hewn Timbers

Trestlewood's Hand Hewn Timbers are salvaged from a variety of hand-built structures (barns, mills, elevators) that were often the first structures built in a region. Each timber is one-of-a-kind, with unique characteristics from its prior use (pockets, wear, texture, etc.) and from weathering. Whether you need timbers for trusses or a frame or a single rustic mantel, Hand Hewn timbers deliver a rugged authenticity that simply cannot be matched.

Douglas Fir Band-Sawn

Douglas Fir Band-Sawn Timbers

Factories, warehouse, mills, army depots, storage buildings, schools, mines, trestles, drydocks and all manner of other structures were built across the Western United States and Canada using strong, straight and beautiful Douglas Fir timbers. Trestlewood reclaims these beautiful, historic timbers and offers them to its customers for use as weathered timbers, resawn timbers, trusses and frames. You simply can't beat the beauty, stability and history of a frame or trusses built with timbers cut from reclaimed Douglas Fir.

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Weathered

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Weathered Timbers

The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake have helped create our signature Trestlewood II product line, known for its wide range of colors and other unique characteristics. Trestlewood II timber products are sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Great Salt Lake's Lucin Cutoff railroad trestle. TWII timber products include Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers and Circle-Sawn Timbers.

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Circle-Sawn

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Circle-Sawn Timbers

The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake have helped create our signature Trestlewood II product line, known for its wide range of colors and other unique characteristics. Trestlewood II timber products are sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Great Salt Lake's Lucin Cutoff railroad trestle. TWII timber products include Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers and Circle-Sawn Timbers.

Harbor Fir

Harbor Fir Timbers

Harbor Fir timbers are typically bolted together into mats and then soaked in the Great Salt Lake or sprayed with water from the Great Salt Lake. Some of these mats are used as crane mats, dock walkways, dock walls or in other applications. These mats are disassembled and the individual timbers sold as Rescued Harbor Fir timbers or cut into Rescued Harbor Fir lumber.

WeatheredBlend Oak

WeatheredBlend Oak Timbers

WeatheredBlend Oak Timbers is a mix/blend product that combines the strengths of multiple weathered Oak timber sources to provide an optimized Oak weathered timber package.

RubyOak

RubyOak Resawn Timbers

In July 2010, contruction began on the Ruby Pipeline, a 678 mile natural gas pipeline stretching from Opal, Wyoming to Malin, Oregon. From the time contruction began until it was officially placed in service one year later, a significant amount of oak and other hardwood timbers were used for crane mats and other functions in support of the construction activity.

Trailblazer Weathered

Trailblazer Weathered Timbers

Trestlewood's Trailblazer Weathered Timbers are the perfect answer for a project that needs the beauty of rustic timbers. Weathered Timbers are mixed species and will have a range of colors and characteristics (including pockets and notches fom original joinery) that you would expect from timbers reclaimed from vintage barns and other agricutural structures. Trailblazer Weathered Timbers can be sorted for broadly defined characteristics (browns vs. grays or hardwoods vs. softwoods), but absolute consistency is neither desirable nor achievable with this product.

Rustic Fir

Rustic Fir Timbers

Trestlewood's Rustic Fir Timbers are generally resawn from nature-damaged (fire, insect, etc.) logs, from by-products of sawmill, logging or other wood-processing operations or from new logs/lumber. Often the logs from which these timbers are cut are standing dead and are more stable than timbers cut from green logs.

Hand-Hewn Oak

Hand-Hewn Oak Timbers

Trestlewood's Oak Hand-Hewn Timbers are salvaged from a variety of hand-built structures (barns, mills, elevators) which were often the first structures built in a region. Each Oak Hand-Hewn Timber has unique characteristics from its prior use and from weathering.

Trestlewood II Salty Fir S4S

Trestlewood II Salty Fir S4S Timbers

The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake have helped create our signature Trestlewood II product line, known for its wide range of colors and other unique characteristics. Trestlewood II timber products are sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Great Salt Lake's Lucin Cutoff railroad trestle. TWII timber products include Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers and Circle-Sawn Timbers.

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Character

Trestlewood II Salty Fir Character Timbers

The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake have helped create our signature Trestlewood II product line, known for its wide range of colors and other unique characteristics. Trestlewood II timber products are sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Great Salt Lake's Lucin Cutoff railroad trestle. TWII timber products include Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers, Circle-Sawn Timbers and Circle-Sawn Timbers.

Douglas Fir S4S

Douglas Fir S4S Timbers

Factories, warehouse, mills, army depots, storage buildings, schools, mines, trestles, drydocks and all manner of other structures were built across the Western United States and Canada using strong, straight and beautiful Douglas Fir timbers. Trestlewood reclaims these beautiful, historic timbers and offers them to its customers for use as weathered timbers, resawn timbers, trusses and frames. You simply can't beat the beauty, stability and history of a frame or trusses built with timbers cut from reclaimed Douglas Fir.

NatureAged Weathered (7x9, 8x10, 10x12)

NatureAged Weathered Timbers

NatureAged Weathered Timbers are generally resawn from nature-damaged (fire, insect, etc.) logs or from by-products of sawmill, logging or other wood-processing operations. This material is then cut and weathered for many months.

Trailblazer Oak Weathered

Trailblazer Oak Weathered Timbers

Trestlewood's Trailblazer Oak Weathered Timbers are the perfect answer for a project that needs the beauty of rustic timbers. Trailblazer Oak Weathered Timbers are mixed red and white oak and will have a range of colors and characteristics (including pockets and notches fom original joinery) that you would expect from timbers reclaimed from vintage barns and other agricutural structures. Trailblazer Oak Weathered Timbers can be sorted for broadly defined characteristics (browns vs. grays or white vs. red oak), but absolute consistency is neither desirable nor achievable with this product.

Oak Resawn

Oak Resawn Timbers

Trestlewood's Oak Resawn Timbers are a compelling hardwood timber option. These timbers are resawn from Oak Weathered Timbers, Oak Weathered Timbers or Oak Weathered Timbers, making them rustic, beautiful, stable timbers with a past. You play an important role in determining which weathered timbers should be sawn to produce just the right timbers for your unique project. We generally sell you the weathered Oak timbers you decide are the best fit for your project and then sell you the services to process these timbers as you direct.

Picklewood Weathered

Picklewood Weathered Timbers

Weathered Picklewood Timbers are a great source of mixed species weathered timbers with unique brown weathered tones. They are generally shorter, since they were used to support pickling vats and they usually do not have a lot of metal or holes where metal was removed.

Hand-Hewn Sleepers

Hand-Hewn Sleepers

Hand Hewn Sleepers are logs which are hewn on two opposing faces. The other two sides are left rounded. Sleepers are also sometimes called half-rounds. Sleepers were the main floor joist in many old barns.

WeatheredBlend Hardwood

WeatheredBlend Hardwood Timbers

WeatheredBlend Hardwood Timbers is a mix/blend product that combines the strengths of multiple weathered hardwood timber sources to provide an optimized hardwood weathered timber package.

RubyHardwood

RubyHardwood Rustic Timbers

In July 2010, contruction began on the Ruby Pipeline, a 678 mile natural gas pipeline stretching from Opal, Wyoming to Malin, Oregon. From the time contruction began until it was officially placed in service one year later, a significant amount of oak and other hardwood timbers were used for crane mats and other functions in support of the construction activity.