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2015 needs a touch of reclaimed wood

2015 needs a touch of wood…This represents durability and strength as years pass by. Woods are nature’s gift to us and that makes us so special in acquiring all the wooden materials that we can use in our daily lives.

There are millions of homes, bridges, community buildings and docks worldwide that were constructed out of virgin wood timber many years ago.  When these structures come to the end of their working life and are knocked down, and left to rot.

Reclaimed Ltd. wood has always been considered a premium and plentiful material that is immensely strong and flexible with excellent durability due to its seasoned and air-dried nature, often taking decades or centuries to develop.

 

Today, many varieties of wood which were once abundant and freely available are in very short supply. Some, such as the American chestnut, are to all intents and purposes extinct and not available for commercial use from natural sources. However, there is an alternative supply of wood in the shape of reclaimed timber.

Quality and beauty aren’t always the first things that come to mind when people think about buying something that’s been used before. http://www.reclaimed.uk.com/wood-products/wood-wall-cladding.html

Reclaimed Ltd. Woods are retrieved from its original application for purposes of subsequent use. Most of the #hardwoods from Reclaimed Ltd. comes from #timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses, although some use wood from less traditional structures such as boxcars, coal mines and wine barrels.  Sturdy woods are left to age naturally, these #antique woods are of a quality and grain that is unequaled in woods found today. #Reclaimed-timber is used primarily for decoration and home building, examples are siding, architectural details, cabinetry, # wood cladding, furniture and solid #wood floorboards and #parquet panels http://www.reclaimed.uk.com/wood-flooring.html

 

Reclaimed Ltd. have stored reclaimed lumber in their warehouse that is usually of a quality you can’t find in stores today. Much of this recycled wood dates back prior to modern construction and milling methods. Before World War II, mature trees that had grown slowly over hundreds of years were commonly used in construction. http://www.reclaimed.uk.com/reclaimed-showroom.html

 

Reclaimed Ltd. is committed to restore wood materials and old forgotten timbers a second life for the next generation to come. We specializes in restoration and promoting environmental awareness in recycling wood products. It is by making sure that all woods are handled with proper restoration and storage.

Today in our three warehouses we hold one of the largest and most diverse ranges of #reclaimed-timbers in the country, combined with the ability to mill to order we have become one of the UK’s leading suppliers. http://www.reclaimed.uk.com/

So next time you’re selecting lumber for your building project, consider bypassing the new stuff and go straight for something that’s stood the test of time: beautiful, sustainable reclaimed wood.

 

Get in touch with us @ info@reclaimed.uk.com

Or visit our office: http://www.reclaimed.uk.com/contact/directions.html

Reclaimed Ltd
Sewardstone Hall Farm
Sewardstone Road
Chingford
E4 7RH