Reclaimed wood, distressed wood, weathered wood, treated wood, pallet wood, barn wood… the options or terms seem endless these days and at times very confusing. We know that it can be overwhelming to find the best option to fit your style whether it be modern, urban farmhouse, wabi sabi, coastal, or rustic. When it comes to your home, business, or project for an important client, it’s essential to choose a supplier that provides all the things you need in a reclaimed wood product.
Before Centennial Woods began reclaiming snow fences these structures were purely functional (these 12’ tall wooden structures direct snow away from roadways and highways). The boards from the fences used to be burned or thrown in a landfill when replaced. Centennial Woods decided to create a product that was both unique in appearance and ecologically friendly.
An international market was developed for this sustainable and carbon-negative Wyoming resource abd we have repurposed more than 20 million feet of reclaimed wood to date and have avoided more than 20,000 tons of CO2 emissions. Our high altitude, sunshine, snow, and scouring winds give our wood its beautiful patina. Wyoming’s recycled snow fences are now the largest source of sustainable reclaimed wood in the world.
We’re committed to producing the most consistent reclaimed wood products for our clients and customers; here are five things that set Centennial Woods’ products apart from the competition: