Reclaimed Wood – Deep Dive
The reclaimed wood we sell has many layers beyond the resource itself. We break our lumber down into 3 classifications based on properties and sizing. Lumber through time changed from old growth fir to second/third growth fir to the SPF of today. In general, reclaimed wood has the lightest footprint
Buildex 2022 ReGrow Installation
Michael Green Architecture (MGA) has collaborated with Vancouver salvage expert company, Unbuilders, and reclaimed lumber and wood products company, Heritage Lumber, to create an installation at BUILDEX aimed at drawing attention to the construction and demolition waste problem. The installation is called Re-Grow.
The History of Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed wood has a long and rich history that dates back centuries. It was originally used to construct buildings and ships, but in recent years it has become increasingly popular for furniture and other home decor.
Environmental Impact of Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed wood is a great way to reduce your environmental impact! Using wood that has already been harvested can help reduce the demand for new wood, which can help reduce deforestation and the associated emissions of carbon dioxide.