Air Dried Oak Beams | Sizable Collection

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Old wooden wall cladding

Old oak wall cladding

Barnwood wall covering

Reclaimed wood beams

Reclaimed mooring posts

Reclaimed elm beams

Reclaimed Oregon pine beams

Reclaimed oak beams

Reclaimed pine beams

Old oak child beams

Old purlins

Old wooden pedestal

Reclaimed wood planks

Old harbor shelves

Oak railway sleepers

Reclaimed oak winepress planks

Reclaimed pine planks

Oak Reims planks

French oak planks

Reclaimed oak planks

Old oak planks

Barnwood planks

Live edge oak planks

Reclaimed wagon boards

Reclaimed hardwood wagonboards

Reclaimed pine wagonboards

Reclaimed oak wagonboards planed

Reclaimed oak wagonboards brushed

Air dried oak beams

Long oak beams

Oak beams air dried

Oak purlins wind-dried

Long oak planks

Oak slats air dried

Wood flooring

Reclaimed oak flooring

French oak flooring

Reclaimed oregon pine flooring

Old pine floor

Wood ceiling

Old oak roof boarding

Old roof boarding boards

French oak roof boarding

Wood cladding

Oak cladding

Oak table

Reclaimed oak table

Wagon plank table

Oak monastery table

Oak tree trunk table

Old oak outdoor 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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Long oak beams

Long oak beams Looking for long oak beams? At the timber yard in Doorwerth you will find oak beams with lengths of up to 14 metres. These beams can be used in the restoration of old buildings, as...

Oak beams air dried

What are air dried oak beams? As the name suggests, these oak beams have been air dried at our woodyard, located in a former brick factory. The former plant is situated in the middle of the...

Oak purlins wind-dried

What are purlins? In timber construction, a purlin is the name for the wooden beam in a roof structure that runs lengthwise in the roof. The purlins run from truss to truss and carry the roof. They...

Long oak planks

Are you looking for high-quality French oak planks with long lengths? Then we are the right address. We offer a wide range of oak planks, including planks as long as 4 meters, 5 meters, 6 meters and...

Oak slats air dried

What are oak slats? Oak slats, also called oak battens, are narrow, straight pieces of oak that are versatile in a variety of construction and furniture projects. At Frank Pouwer Historic Building...


Oak beams air dried

What are air dried oak beams? As the name suggests, these oak beams have been air dried at our woodyard, located in a former brick factory. The former plant is situated in the middle of the floodplain: a place with a lot of wind. During the dry months the river provides humidity: the right conditions for drying oak.

Like wine and whisky, a long time period is required for oak beam to attain quality. The so-called ‘seasoning’ (or drying) of oak beams is essential before the wood can be used in an outbuilding or veranda, for example.

The drying process of oak beams is a natural process; over the years, the winds, rain and sunshine cause an oak beam to dry about a centimeter per year towards the core. This means that a 20×20 cm oak beam already takes ten years before its should be perfectly dry.

Seasoned oak beams

The air dried oak beams in our collection are at least five years old, and some reached the age of 25 years. Most of of these oak beams have never been applied before, and for that reason are free of metal, notches or treatments. Compared to reclaimed oak beams, air dried or seasoned oak beams are therefore more straight and square. On the other hand, the beams are characterized by a well seasoned appearance.

Oak beams in good long lengths

The air dried oak beams are available in good long lengths such as 7 meters, 8 meters, 9 meters and even longer. Did you know the longest one in stock is approximately 12,5 meters long?