Reclaimed Wood for Sale
Centennial Woods is one of the largest suppliers of reclaimed wood in the world. Our reclaimed wood is FSC® 100% Recycled (Forest Stewardship Council) and contributes to LEED points.Get My Free Estimate
Centennial Woods is a reclaimed wood supplier for all US locations like NYC, Denver and Los Angeles as well as outside the US including Canada, Europe, and Asia. We are based out of Laramie, WY and have an office in Singapore. For years we've heard people asking, "where can i buy reclaimed wood?" We've answered, "from Centennial Woods, we will ship reclaimed wood to any location."
Our clients include ARCHITECTS | DESIGN/BUILD FIRMS | INTERIOR DESIGNERS | as well as HOMEOWNERS and BUSINESS OWNERS. Our chemical-free reclaimed wood with no harmful VOCs is perfect for interior and exterior projects. We sell custom-milled reclaimed wood including wall panels / ceiling panels, siding, shiplap, bevel lap, Tongue and Groove, flooring planks, resawn boards, and more. Our reclaimed wood boards are naturally aged & cured for years on Wyoming snow fences by the sun, wind, rain, and snow; this natural process let's us skip the energy intensive process of kiln drying our would creating a carbon negative product.
Our reclaimed wood from Wyoming snow fences are made from soft woods from the Rocky Mountain region. Our wood has never been treated with chemicals and is cured naturally over a period of years by the sun, wind, and snow of the arid Wyoming climate.
Choose from milling options like lap, ship lap, planed, skip planed, beveled lap, tongue & groove (See installation photos of these options). Straight edges and consistent thickness are available options, as well as de-nailing the reclaimed boards. We also offer custom finishes in a variety of colors.
Reclaimed wood has an innate rustic charm, but it can be incorporated into any style from contemporary to avant garde to shabby chic. Reclaimed wood is also a "green" building material that will earn LEED points. Learn why our wood is among the safest of reclaimed woods, and how to incorporate it into your project's design.