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Reclaimed Wood from Wyoming

BETTER THAN BARN WOOD: Clean, Consistent, and Sustainable

THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS WITH
RECLAIMED BARN WOOD

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  • Limited, Unreliable Supply of Barns or Similar Structures
  • Batches of Reclaimed Wood Looks Different Month to Month
  • Inconsistent Dimensions
  • Decades of Exposure to Chemicals and Animal Waste
  • Old, Buried Nails Destroy Power Tools
  • Can't Buy Direct or in Large Quantities


THE SOLUTION IS A RELIABLE AND CONSISTENT
SOURCE OF RECLAIMED WOOD

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In Wyoming there are HUNDREDS of miles of 12 foot tall snow fences that are used to help keep roadways safe in Winter. Centennial Woods™ builds and maintains these fences year-round. We then recycle and mill the old, beautifully weathered boards and prepare them for sale - this snow fence wood is the largest source of sustainable reclaimed wood on the planet.

Our reclaimed snow fence planks have a consistent, rich patina and texture that is available on a continual basis for your interior paneling or exterior siding projects. At Centennial Woods™ we sort, cut, remove nails, and mill the wood to exact specifications so installing our reclaimed wood as easy as installing new wood from the lumber store. Our Wyoming reclaimed wood is 100% toxin-free as well as FSC® 100% Recycled (think LEED points).

Call us at 307-742-3672. We ship locally, regionally, and globally: by the box, pallet, truckload, or shipping container.





Centennial Woods builds and maintains snowfences for the state of Wyoming. We also recycle the boards and mill them into reclaimed wood for walls, ceilings, flooring, siding, and more.


THE SNOW FENCE STORY

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Wyoming snow fences control blowing snow movement and keep drifts from forming on interstate highways, roadways, driveways, and rail lines. These structures are necessary due to Wyoming's relentless winter winds; they keep travelers safe and reduce the amount of money spent on snow plowing costs. In the later half of the 20th century old snow fence wood was either burned or sent to the landfill. In the mid '90s some of the wood from these fences went missing due to theft, showing that there was a burgeoning market for reclaimed wood - and the idea for systematically recycling snow fence planks was born in the form of Centennial Woods™ in 1999.



RECLAIMED WOOD FOR SALE

for Interiors and Exteriors

307-742-3672



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RECLAIMED WOOD TESTIMONIALS

Interior Planks, Home Decor, Siding, and Flooring.

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Testimonial about Centennial Woods' reclaimed wood mountain shelf.

The Carsons

“Just wanted to drop you a line of how much we are enjoying the reclaimed wood mountain shelf I recently ordered. Being from Ohio we have visited Wyoming several times and have definitely seen the many snow fences as we traveled through...

Testimonial from Jill Nuebauer Architects about Centennial Woods' reclaimed wood planks.

Jill Nuebauer Architects

“We recently used their reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing on a major renovation. Great green material with a unique story. It is the clients' favorite part of the house, and we will be back for more on future projects. The company is easy to work with and...

Testimonial about reclaimed wood customer who used recycled Wyoming snow fence wood as their reclaimed wood flooring, kitchen backsplash, stairs, and custom barn doors in conjunction with UVEECO innovative wood floor coatings that are cured instantly with a UV light machine.

Dave Dunham

"Our experience with Centennial Woods has been nothing short of amazing! In January we came to Laramie to meet with Centennial Woods representatives with just an idea of what we wanted in our new home in Sheridan, Wyoming with...

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RECLAIMED WOOD BLOG POSTS

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Know where your reclaimed wood comes from before you bring it into your home, especially the kitchen.

Know the Source of Your Reclaimed Wood

The importance of knowing where your reclaimed wood comes from isn’t just about sustainability or being eco-conscious; it’s also about your health. Here are 6 things to consider [...]

How to install a reclaimed wood feature wall.

How To Install a Reclaimed Wood Feature Wall

Make sure that the surface you will be installing on is relatively flat and structurally sound. The surface must also be clean, dry, and dust-free. Painting the wall or ceiling a color similar to your wood is an optional step. [...]

Infographic about reclaimed wood sourced from recycled Wyoming snow fence.

Snow Fence as a Sustainable Wood Source

In this day and age, the preservation and conservation of our natural resources has become an even more important aspect of our lives. As many of us—individuals and companies alike [...]

15 design ideas using reclaimed wood blog post with pictures.

15 Reclaimed Wood Design Ideas

Grey, beige, and "greige," are some of the hottest colors in the design and architectural fields right now – and with good reason. New neutrals bring just enough interest yet pair beautifully [...]

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Centennial Woods sells painted wood paneling made from reclaimed wood online.