The boards are reclaimed from old barns that are being dismantled. The former facade cladding is well suitable for interior- and architecture projects such as ceiling, panelling, flooring and cladding.
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Barnwood: the former facade cladding of old barns and farms in the Alps. It is reclaimed wood that is ready for a second life as wall cladding, panelling, cladding or furniture wood. The material is known for its brown-grey colour. It is available in various lengths up to 5 meters.
The wood has served for years as facade cladding on old buildings such as farms and barns high up in the mountains. The area’s continental climate has preserved the wood well. The cold winters and dry summers have prevented rot and, as a result, the wood is recycable with ease.
The characteristic grooves on the old planks are the result of the exposure to the sunlight throughout the years.
When the barns are being demolished, the wood is often preserved and sold to companies that trade historic building materials. After inspecting the reclaimed wood for its quality, we sort it by size and appearance.
We offer barnwood that is tongued and grooved. Ideal and user-friendly for cladding, ceiling, panelling and flooring. The tongue and groove of the barnwood enable builder to place them with ease. The bottom side of the boards will be planed so that all boards do have the same thickness
Upon request we are able to brush the barnwood planks. The brushing treatment will clean the wood from the dust.
The prices are on request. If you would like to receive a quote, we kindly ask you to contact us.