Established in 1986, we are suppliers of reclaimed Pacific Coast
softwood lumber, primarily reclaimed redwood, Western Red
Cedar and Douglas-fir; wood that we carefully dismantle from structures whose useful life has ended. This includes sawmills, warehouses, industrial buildings, houses
and barns. Our yard is located on
the shores of Humboldt Bay in Arcata, California, not far from US 101.
These buildings contain old growth timbers logged in the latter 1800's or early part of this century when big trees were plentiful and only the best were selected for harvest.
Our yard is now at the junction of Lorelei Lane
and Ariel Way, Arcata .
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Directions: From US 101 go west on Samoa Blvd, turn right on V Street, then take the first right (Ariel Way) and go to its end at Lorelei Lane
Stop by for great deals on full units!
Our inventories run from 1" x 4" to 16" x 20" and larger, with lengths to
26 feet. We have over 300,000 Board Feet of stock on hand, much of it
un-inventoried. If you don't find what you need in our inventory lists,
contact us, we might just have it in the stacks.
Currently featured Redwood
barn siding and timbers salvaged from turn of the century Ferndale, Eureka and McKinnleyville, California barns. Also, Locker Plant reclaimed redwood from The Pacific Lumber Company in Scotia, California and cedar from several sawmill deconstruction projects in
Reclaimed redwood timbers are materials grown in another age, some as far back as 2000 years ago. They are highly valued in traditional Japanese joinery, timber framing, as well as in furniture, fireplace mantles, outdoor trellises, benches, walkways, arbors, fine jointery and exterior and foundation grade applications where redwood's unsurpassed qualities of rot and bug resistance will ensure that the wood will remain strong and stable for years and years.
Priced to sell rapidly at $1.50/BF. All Clear Doug-fir and redwood finger-joint.There is approximately 2000BF of 1x4, 6, 8, & 10" material, most of it finger-jointed in 16' lengths.