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Reclaimed Shiplap for Sale

Buy Shiplap Online and Get the Fixer Upper Look

Shiplap was originally used as an exterior siding due to its water resistant characteristics but is now a sought after look for interior wall paneling. Our shiplap boards are created by milling recycled boards from Wyoming snow fences. This milling process edges the boards so they are straight with rabbeted edges. The top, cut-out edge of each board laps over the bottom notch of the adjacent boards creating a flush joint. Shiplap is most often used in either horizontal or vertical applications.

Call if you have any questions: (307) 742-3672.


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Centennial Woods' Online Store Return Policy

If your package of reclaimed wood arrives damaged, refuse delivery. If you notice damage after unpacking your wood contact us immediately (within 24 hours of delivery) and take photographs of the damaged items. Product returns require prior approval from an agent of Centennial Woods LLC to assure credit. Contact us within 30 days of receipt to process a return. A 20% restocking fee and return shipping will apply. Returns must arrive in their original condition with the factory straps around the bundles of wood intact.




For every bundle of reclaimed wood sold by Centennial Woods a seedling will be donated to the US Forest Services' Plant-A-Tree Program.

Centennial Woods is participating in the USDA Forest Service’s Plant-a-tree Program to help reforest public areas that have suffered from drought, flood, fire, or infestations. The Forest Service accepts donations which are earmarked for planting seedlings in our National Forests wherever they are needed across the USA.

For every bundle of reclaimed wood that we sell online we will donate one seedling to the Forest Service’s program. So far we have donated over 500 seedling trees, enough to cover nearly 2 acres (approximately 300 seedlings cover one acre). We hope to help keep our forest’s healthy by helping to reforest areas that have been hit the hardest.

If you wish to donate directly to the program you can find more information here.