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Reclaimed wood beams

Reclaimed pine beams

Reclaimed mooring posts

Reclaimed elm beams

Reclaimed Oak Joists

Reclaimed Oregon pine beams

Reclaimed oak beams

Reclaimed wood planks

Oud Hout

Reclaimed pine planks

Oak railway sleepers

Reclaimed oak winepress planks

Reclaimed oak planks

Barnwood planks

Live edge oak planks

French oak planks

Reclaimed wagon boards

Reclaimed oak wagonboards brushed

Reclaimed hardwood wagonboards

Reclaimed pine wagonboards

Reclaimed oak wagonboards planed

Air dried oak beams

Long oak beams

Oak beams air dried

Oak purlins air dried

Wood flooring

Reclaimed oak flooring

French oak flooring

Reclaimed pine flooring

Reclaimed oregon pine flooring

Wood ceiling

Oak ceiling planks

Wood cladding

Oak cladding

Oak table

Reclaimed oak table

Architectural collection

Antique French oak beams

18th century oak beams

Majestic antique oak beams

Silver seasoned oak beams

19th century elm beams


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What is the purpose of using air-dried oak beams?

18 October 2023

Oak wood, akin to wine and whiskey, matures in quality over time. The longer oak wood undergoes open-air drying, the lower its moisture content becomes, leading to enhanced wood quality. Oak beams with reduced moisture content presents several advantages. It is less prone to deformation and is more readily workable. What is the moisture percentage […]

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Deliver oak beams at the ‘Prinsengracht’

22 February 2023

Last week our driver Simon, delivered beams before dawn to the Prinsengracht in the old city center of Amsterdam. The six seasoned oak beams have a section size of 30×30 cm and a length of over 7 meters. One beam weighs over five hundred kilograms. With the right care, the beams have been lifted in […]

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Eighteenth century beams salvaged!

22 December 2022

A remarkable story: 18 century old oak beams salvaged! Last week we have received a batch of oak beams originating from Castle Boekenberg. The Antwerp castle should have been divided into several apartments; the supporting structural beams were still strong and would be preserved during the renovation. Now this morning we read the tragic news […]

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