RECLAIMED WOOD FOR SALE
Reclaimed wood precision-milled from recycled Wyoming snow fence is consistent in appearance and availability: reclaimed wood siding, shiplap, flooring, décor, and planks for interior feature walls and ceilings. Our reclaimed wood is used for residential and commercial projects around the world. We ship globally by the box, pallet, truckload, or shipping container.
BETTER THAN BARN WOOD
Clean, Consistent, and Sustainable. Recycled boards milled from deconstructed 12′ tall snow fences. Naturally aged above ground in the mountains and plains of Wyoming for up to a decade. Our wood is environmentally friendly, carbon-negative, and certified GREENGUARD Gold for healthier indoor air quality; unlike barn wood our wood has never been exposed to lead paint, barnyard animal waste, or other toxins. Our one-of-a-kind reclaimed lumber system is the largest source of sustainable reclaimed wood products on Earth.
CENTENNIAL WOODS™ IN THE SPOTLIGHT
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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PROJECTS
Centennial Woods is the answer if you’ve ever wondered where to buy reclaimed wood. Our products are found in and on homes, businesses, restaurants, and public venues in North America, Asia, Europe and beyond. We mill our wood products for indoor and outdoor use.
interior design wood COLORS & FINISHES
Reclaimed lumber options for interiors, exteriors, and more. Finishes include natural gray, smooth brushed, sanded, white washed, color washed, and shou sugi ban. Don't see what you're looking for? Ask us about custom colors and finishes.
Perfect for accent walls, ceilings, and DIY projects. Our weathered boards, in their natural state, vary from grey to brown. Knots, knot holes, nail holes, and imperfections are part of the charm of this wood and are to be expected.
THE SNOW FENCE STORY
Wyoming snow fences direct snow so that drifts don’t form on interstate highways, roadways, driveways, and rail lines. These structures are necessary due to Wyoming’s relentless winter winds. Snow fences keep travelers safe and reduce the amount of money spent on snow plowing costs by government agencies.
During the latter half of the 20th century old snow fence boards were either burned or sent to the landfill. In the mid ’90s some of the wood on the fences went missing showing that there was a burgeoning interest in reclaimed wood. The idea for systematically and sustainably recycling snow fence wood was born in 1999 in the form of Centennial Woods™. To learn more about reclaimed wood visit our FAQ page.