Our Wood

Three words: Good Big Wood. Reclaimed timber-and all the smaller dimensional stock cut from it-boasts some of the finest quality wood our generation(s) will ever see. Our wood has matured like a fine wine making it dimensionally sound, offering consistent structural integrity

“I don’t think we grasped how truly remarkable such a piece of wood would be. Seeing the entire crew work together to execute a single cut on this truly stunning piece of wood quickly gave us an understanding – and we liked it.”

-Jason Hammond, customer w/ Star-Tribune blog

 

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir

Industrial / Structural

Clear Vertical Grain Douglas Fir

Clear Vertical Grain Douglas Fir

Industrial / Structural

Heart Pine

Heart Pine

Industrial / Structural

Clear Vertical Grain Heart Pine

Clear Vertical Grain Heart Pine

Industrial / Structural

Cypress Tank Stock

Cypress Tank Stock

Pickle Tanks, Pepper Tanks, Beer Tanks

Redwood Tank Stock

Redwood Tank Stock

Pickle Tanks, Pepper Tanks, Beer Tanks

The grain variation and first-use character make this our most popular Douglas fir grade. Characteristics: Small to medium sized knots (tight and mostly checked). Mixed grained Douglas fir will have some flat sawn and some vertical sawn boards. Some individual boards will contain both grain orientations. Expect nail holes, nail stains and other signs of this old wood’s previous life

This old wood has some of the finest grain pattern we and our grandchildren will ever see. Characteristics: Very few nail holes, nail stain or other signs of previous life. Honey-blush tones. Infrequent small to medium sized knots and minimal light surface checking.

The mixture of grain orientation in this grade–plus knots, nail holes and bold color variations–makes it truly a wood of distinction. Characteristics: Large to medium knots, all tight, brown in color. Mixed grain orientation means, some boards will be flat grain, some boards will be vertical grain and some boards will be a combination of both.

The honey tones, straight grain orientation and minimal knots give this grade the textural uniformity often desired in contemporary design. Our vertical grain heart pine flooring (and millwork) has the following characteristics: Infrequent small to medium knots, minimal light surface checking, small nail holes and nail stains. Straight grain orientation.

Duluth Timber salvages premium grain woods from decommissioned food and beverage businesses. Wineries, breweries, pickle plants–each yields flawless vertical grains in a variety of wood species.

Redwood. Cypress. Douglas Fir. White Oak.

Remilled tank stock is favored by fine finish carpenters, furniture makers, landscape designers, and architects who want interior or exterior surfaces of rich perfection.

  • Wine Tank Wood
  • Pickle Tank Wood
  • Pepper Tank Wood
  • Beer Tank Wood
  • Mushroom Tank Wood

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