Reclaimed Barn Doors

You’ve probably heard it since you were a child — recycle, recycle, recycle.
Recycled lumber is a key ingredient in the future of sustainable development. Most reclaimed lumber comes from beams and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses.

Here at AVID Renovations & Design, we take wood from a variety of places like coal mine structures to wine barrels. Environmentally, this wood choice is a better option than virgin wood from farmed forests that usually use heavy amounts of fertilizer. It also cuts down on the amount of wood sent to the landfill, thus reducing our carbon footprint and yours!

If you live in or near:
  • Davie, FL
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Lighthouse Point, FL

And any of the surrounding areas, please feel free to contact us for concrete design, as well as design using reclaimed barn doors.

Reclaimed Wood Makes a Unique, Sustainable Wall Covering

This wood often has a unique appearance that can’t be matched by any type of process designed to distress new wood. The aged appearance of reclaimed wood is tied closely to its history and origins—some pieces have fascinating stories worth retelling. Also, older wood tends to have a much tighter grain structure because it has been exposed to changes in humidity for a longer period of time, making it more stable than virgin wood of the same species.

High-Quality Wood Crafted With Care

New wood is not always best when it comes to home design. In fact, sometimes recycled wood is better, especially the wood we use from reclaimed barn doors. Our high-quality wood is crafted with care, and it will also provide you and your home with the beauty and durability that you’ve been waiting for.

Benefits of Using Reclaimed Wood

Whether you’d like to add a beautiful wooden countertop to your kitchen or a unique and sustainable wall covering to your living room, you don’t have to look any further than our team of designers and builders here at AVID Renovations & Design. We are the exclusive provider of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind designer pieces. Here are some of the benefits of using reclaimed wood:

  • Its unique look – Many people choose wood from reclaimed barn doors for its look alone. Most of the time, the wood that we obtain from these structures were built using virgin growth timber, which had grown for more than 100 years before mankind even touched it.
  • Recyclable and sustainable -Wood from reclaimed barn doors not only as a unique look, but it’s also recyclable and sustainable. You’ll be providing a positive environmental impact by using this recycled wood, since you’ll be preserving natural resources and lessening the burden on the world’s landfills. Just think about how you’ll be saving the earth one step at a time!

 

  • Strength and durability When it comes to wooden flooring, walls, countertops and cabinets, it’s usually better to use reclaimed wood because of its strength and durability. Older wood is typically stronger and less likely to split.

If you’d like to use wood from reclaimed barn doors, and you live in or near areas including Fort Lauderdale, FL, Davie, FL, and Lighthouse Point, FL, please give us a call!

RECLAIMED WOOD AND DOORS

Recycled lumber is a key ingredient in the future of sustainable development. Most reclaimed lumber comes from beams and decking rescued from old barns, factories, and warehouses. AVID  takes wood from a variety of places like coal mine structures to wine barrels. Environmentally, this wood choice is a better option than virgin wood from farmed forests that usually use heavy amounts of fertilizer. It also cuts down on the amount of wood sent to the landfill thus reducing our carbon footprint and yours!

Reclaimed Wood Makes a Unique, Sustainable Wall Covering

This wood often has a unique appearance that can’t be matched by any type of process designed to distress new wood. The aged appearance of reclaimed wood is tied closely to its history and origins—some pieces have fascinating stories worth retelling. Also, older wood tends to have a much tighter grain structure because it has been exposed to changes in humidity for a longer period of time, making it more stable than virgin wood of the same species.

FREE ESTIMATE

For a Free Estimate, contact our trained reclaimed wood professional installers.