We don't burn barns, actually....we take them down and salvage every splinter we possibly can! If you want to see a barn being rescued, check out this time-lapse of the barn in Fort Wayne Indiana we salvaged. See our blog "Barn Deconstruction" for more information on this barn and ways reclaimed barn wood is used.
Voices of the Past “Pick up after yourself!” Remember trailing mom (or dad) at the grocery store and spotting something you want like a gallon of ice cream? Before you take another step, the words roll right off your salivating tongue, “can we PLEEEZE get that?” Did you ever get a crushing answer?..... “No! … Continue reading Life Long Lessons
Road Trip! Check out the pictures of RW's latest adventure from Colorado to Kentucky. "Eddie, our trusted Co-Pilot!" As you see below, tobacco barns (sometimes called sheds) are unique to the area where they are built, and every farmer has their own preference for the venting system, depending on winds and efficiency. Below … Continue reading March 2018 Road Trip!
The Journey To A New Purpose Here are the redwoods we recovered from Stanford Golf Course. We brought them to our Keensburg Colorado yard where they will be processed into beautiful park benches! If you have any ideas for projects or interested in a bench, give us a call or email Troy at email@example.com. Part … Continue reading The Beauty of a Redwood Tree – Part Two
RW would like to announce the new addition at our yard in Mountain View. What started out as a small construction experiment, has turned into an amazing office space. Building Details This office is 8' x 16'. The exterior siding is from a barn built in 1890 from Fort Wayne Indiana. The doors and floors … Continue reading Efficient Space in A Limited Environment
Driftwood People and wood are similar to one another in that both branch out and travel. There are lots of adjectives to describe a person that travels, however, traveling wood is best described as drifting, or simply driftwood. If you've ever been to a lake, a river or the ocean, you have most likely … Continue reading Traveling Wood
RW thanks Colony Landscaping and the Urban Forest for the valuable lead to recover redwoods..