- Barn Reunion 2013
- Antique Materials
- Available Frames
- Barn Showcase
In the age before the Industrial Revolution and the advent of the sawmill that would forever change the lumber industry, beams for barns, homes and other structures were crafted by hand. Giant virgin growth timbers were felled by axes. Once on the ground, the hewing process began as craftsmen began the long laborious task of squaring up the logs using different axes.
Barnwood Siding · Reclaimed Paneling
Reclaimed Barnwood siding can be an exciting way to finish out
a project as it instantly adds character and uniqueness to whatever
space you choose to use it.
Country Farmhouse · Threshing Floor
Crafted from stable, old growth wood, reclaimed flooring is a beautiful, durable
and unique way to finish out spaces. Installed and finished correctly, the floor will be an enduring focal point of any home. Explore our different offerings or engage our sales team in designing a custom milled floor to suit your specifications.
Over the years we've had the opportunity to work with a number of discerning clients in designing custom doors out of antique lumber. Stable, and with the unmatched character of years of weather and wear, reclaimed lumber is a wonderful choice for creating the feel and look of your home's entryway.
All doors are constructed of premium-grade reclaimed lumber and when appropriate, traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery or splines are used. All hardware used is commercial grade.
As with our other doors, feel free to submit sketches or pictures of proposed door styles. Our sales team will be happy to consult with the craftsmen in the shop, make comments or recommendations on the design and submit a proposal.
Sliding Barn Doors are an attractive and functional option for a number of different design scenarios. Here at Heritage Restorations, we can design and fabricate sliding doors from a variety of different materials, including reclaimed or new lumber.
Feel free to submit sketches or pictures of proposed door styles. Our sales team will be happy to consult with the craftsmen in the shop, make comments or recommendations on the design and submit a proposal.