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How To Care For Your Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors are a beautiful feature to enhance a home or office. Bringing outdoor elements inside adds warmth and depth to any environment. Hardwoods are extremely durable and with the proper care can last decades. Here are a few steps you can take to make sure your floors get the attention they need to last a lifetime. Once a week remove dust, dirt, and grime by using a dust mop or a vacuum that does not have a beater bar.…

So, What Is Mushroom Board?

Mushroom board is the term to describe reclaimed lumber that comes from commercial mushroom growing beds. Mushrooms are grown on softwoods such as cypress, hemlock, and cedar. They are perfect for withstanding the elements needed to grow mushrooms, which is constant exposure to soil and moisture. The woods soak up the minerals and deposits of the mushroom during the growth cycle. The mushrooms also erode the softwood. After the mushrooms are harvested, what is left is an organic, beautiful sculpted…

5 Benefits of Using Reclaimed Lumber

Every piece of reclaimed lumber is unique and has its own special features. So not only is the wood full of character, but using reclaimed lumber comes with several benefits. Size: You will find aged barn boards are larger than newer wood that is found today. Larger boards offer more options when creating larger pieces of furniture and larger projects. Unique features: As already mentioned, each piece of wood has different features and even though they may come from the…

Reclaimed Wood: Helping the Environment

At Atlantic Reclaimed Lumber we are recognized as the leader in the manufacture and supply of reclaimed barn wood, reclaimed lumber, reclaimed flooring, furniture parts and so much more. The best part is that we are the source of this job, so by working directly with us it won´t matter what your project entails, we assure you we have the inventory and - of course - the expertise to make a huge success of it. The greatest part of what…


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