How To Make Reclaimed Barn Wood Tile

We take down old barns from all across the United States that are between 75 and 150 years old. If they aren’t already laying down, we de-board them, and take them down. From there we de-nail them, wire brush them, bring them back to our factory, mill the material down to different thickness, and then kiln-dry them to ensure there is nothing inside them. From there we cut them into component parts, and sort them by color. This is all before we begin to make our hand-made tile.

We say from barn to box, each piece of wood gets touched 64 times. That means we have 64 opportunities to do right by our customers.

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