Furniture and Countertops:
By sawing cross sections from reclaimed laminate beams, we are able to make very wide and long planks that are solid wood, stable and dry, have a butcher block style look, and have sawmill marks that respond under stain by adding character. This is our most price competitive product and can even be less expensive than laminate countertops. It is Douglas Fir wood, and the buyer should be aware that it won’t hold up to cutting and other similar activities like other countertop products. It is excellent for benches, islands, stair treads, doors, and whatever else you decide to try it on. Our slabs come in thicknesses that are usually 1.5″, 2″, and 3″ thick. Our standard width is 24″. We can glue up to 60″ wide, and our maximum length is 20 feet long.
These make excellent do-it-yourself products because with an electric palm sander, some stain, varnish, and a brush from the hardware store, almost anyone can make these look good. Or, if that’s something you don’t feel comfortable with, we can also do it in our shop.
Installation is easy because you can run a screw into it. We often cut a square piece of the same wood on the table saw and fill the hole over the top of the sunken screw. This gives it an authentic peg look and gives us the convenience of running screws in the face. With the textured sawmill finish, the pegged look harmonizes well.
These laminate slabs work great for furniture, especially when combined with steel. We made our kitchen and pantry out of this product as well.
Universal Application Reclaimed Doug Fir
We make many products out of reclaimed Doug Fir including the following:
- Floating Shelves
- Stair Treads
- Banquet Tables
- Computer Desks
- Island Tops
These conference tables are made from laminated beams and are extremely solid.