Monday, November 2, 2015

New Product: Surface Architectural Supply!

Surface Architectural Supply

A company promoting sustainability in the best way possible - by example. Most of the wood is sourced from structures that are many years old, some dating back as far as the Civil War.
Their reclaimed and sustainable lumber is hand selected for the best look. The reclaimed wood is then cleaned, de-nailed and re-sawn. Next, sterilization and kiln-drying occurs. The wood is then cut into wide planks before being milled to standard thickness.

A tongue and groove is milled into the planks and any defects are removed. The wood is squared to achieve an exact fit

Standard lengths range from 3 feet to 12 feet with widths anywhere from 3 ½ inches to 11 ½ inches. Special requests for custom milling can easily be accommodated.
Wood Species

Surface mainly sources reclaimed oak, pine, walnut, chestnut and brown board. The sustainable woods are usually Walnut and Cherry but they have access to all species.

Original: Surface of the wood in its original state.

Hit & Miss: Some of the original surface is removed to reveal the wood beneath.

Smooth: The wood is completely resurfaced.

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