Trestlewood II Weathered Resawn Slabs are a rustic and cost-effective alternative to barnwood. The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake provide a wide range of colors and other uniquecharacteristics which interact well with the rough circlesawn texture and wane edges. This product is sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Great Salt Lake's Lucin Cutoff railroad trestle then weathered in the natural environment of the Great Salt Lake.
Picklewood Redwood Weathered Lumber
Picklewood Redwood Weathered Lumber is old growth, clear, all-heart redwood which has been salvaged from old pickling vats.
Picklewood Cypress Weathered Lumber
Picklewood Cypress Weathered Lumber is old growth, clear, cypress which has been salvaged from old pickling vats.
Picklewood Douglas Fir/Cedar Weathered Lumber
Picklewood Douglas Fir and Cedar Weathered Lumber is old growth, clear, Douglas Fir and Cedar which has been salvaged from old pickling vats.
Picklewood Bottoms DF Weathered Lumber
Picklewood Bottoms Douglas Fir Weathered Lumber is old growth, clear, Douglas Fir which has been salvaged from old pickling vats.
Spiegel SYP Weathered Lumber
Reclaimed from Chicago's Spiegel Catalog warehouse, Trestlewood's Spiegel Southern Yellow Pine Weathered Lumber is an ideal candidate for your barnwood lumber applications.
Hand-Hewn Sleeper Middles
Hand Hewn Middles are produced by cutting 2 slabs out of the middle of sleeper beams. The slab is then hewn by Trestlewood artisans and laid out to weather in the harsh climate of Promontory Point. The result is an economical hewn log siding.
Picklewood Douglas Fir Resawn Lumber
Striking color variation and clear, tight grain make Trestlewood's Douglas Fir Picklewood Resawn Lumber a popular option. Vat staves produce Picklewood lumber with its signature intermixing of light and dark colors. Vat bottoms (and thicker staves) result in lumber with rich colors but more subtle color variations.
Southern Yellow Pine Resawn Lumber
Trestlewood's Southern Yellow Pine Resawn Lumber is an ideal candidate for your cabin and other rustic millwork applications.
Classic Heart Pine Resawn Lumber
Old growth pine forests once covered approximately 90,000,000 acres of the Southeastern United States. The highly-coveted heartwood of these ancient forests were used to build top-notch sailing vessels and mills and industrial buildings across the eastern United States. Lumber milled from antique Heart Pine lumber is dense and durable and its warm and inviting beauty is beyond compare.
Antique Barnwood - Redwood
Trestlewood's Antique Redwood Barnwood Lumber is reclaimed from fencing and/or other prior applications/uses. If your application does not require long lengths, this is an intriguing true reclaimed barnwood product at aggressive price points.
Weathered Decking with Original T&G
If you would like a thick barnwood tongue and groove (T&G) product, but would like to avoid the expense of adding a T&G to barnwood lumber, you might want to consider barnwood lumber that was salvaged with a tongue and groove already on it.
Mushroomwood - Backside
Mushroomwood originates deep underground in Appalachian coal-country where no-longer-productive coal mines have been converted into mushroom growing facilities. Thousands of board feet of species such as cypress, hemlock and cedar have been used in these facilities to provide growing platforms for the mushrooms.
Mixed Species Sleeper Middles
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. Trestlewood processes sleepers into authentic hand hewn skins and the middle piece which is left is called a sleeper middle. It has bandsawn faces and rounded edges.
Antique Barnwood - Corral Board
Trestlewood's Corral Board Lumber is a premium Antique Barnwood Gray product that is reclaimed from corrals and similar structures. Corral Board is especially popular for applications valuing color consistency and long lengths.