Archive for July, 2016

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This Lower East Side gallery installed an original surface reclaimed barn wood floor in the office space, keeping it natural- unfinished and without removing open knots or color variations. Designed by Labo architects. Installation by Bernard Gallagher.

4" & 6" x 14" White Pine
Sound hand dismantled lumber
Rough circular sawn lumber
Late 1800's building.
Finished skip planed surface
Bona natural finish. Beautiful pumpkin pine old growth figure and character.

Antique Eastern White Pine
Pinus Strobus

Dimensions, Quantity & Price:
4 x 14″ x 18-21’ 12,500 bf   $1.60
6 x 14″ x 18-21’   2,500 bf   $1.60

Description:
– Brown, rough sawn face with circular saw marks.
– Exceptional lot from late 1800’s warehouse in the Northeast.
– True old growth figure, grain and color, mostly free of heart center.
– Hand dismantled and left in sound condition with minimal end-checking.
– Versatile material for wide plank flooring, paneling, architectural beams, furniture, etc.

Please reach us with any additional questions or requests for photos.

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Pick-up Location:
Springfield, MA
Ready to go – we can offer trucking rates to the south and eastern U.S.

Terms:
80% wire or company check in advance; 20% within week of delivery

Contact:
Sawkill Lumber LLC
sawkilllumber@gmail.com
Alan – (917) 862 7910

Timber Delivery
The backwoods of Oregon c. 1958 to the back yard decking of the Brooklyn row house 2016. Sal organizes the unloading of these 3 x 10' Doug Fir and 4 x 10 White Pine for the back deck. Eastern White Pine and Douglas Fir have traditionally been moderate to good woods for exterior. With a clear coat and an installation that allows for air circulation, drainage, limited sun exposure and some periodic upkeep, the woods should last for decades.
Mid-century New York via the Northwest
The Douglas Fir joists are emblematic of mid-century construction in NYC; when transport lines were well established, northern and southern forests were depleted; and the stable, strong and economical lumber of the Pacific Northwest were framing small warehouses in the outer boroughs or replacing joists in tenement repairs.
Rollin Lumber Co.
Rollin Lumber. The company was started in the mid-century era Oregon by Rollin Pratt. It employed about eighty people and closed around 1970. Stamped No. 1 grade, it was suited for structural applications.

 

Description: Rare lot of 3 x 16″ antique Longleaf Pine. Grade A grain density and color. Aged brown circular sawn surface. Hand dismantled from late 1800’s building in the Northeast. 22-28′ lengths.Potential to produce 14-15″ premium original surface Longleaf flooring.

Volume: 27,000 bf

Location: Springfield, MA (zip code 01101)

Addit’l Notes: Also Available – 3 x 12 x 11′ mixed grade and 3 x 14″ x 18′ Antique Longleaf