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Contact Info:

Michael Evenson
PO Box 157
Petrolia, CA
               95558
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email:
evenson@igc.org


(707) 629-3506

 


 

 

Grey Redwood Photo Gallery

These California Redwood old growth timbers have a grey patina from exposure to the sun.  Some  were reclaimed from dismantling of sawmill buildings, some from the deconstruction of barns built in the late 19th century, when there was an abundance of Redwood available.  The wood we offer will enhance the beauty of any project, whether indoor or out.  These timbers are especially prized for fireplace mantles, fencing, landscaping, and for rustic construction projects that feature distressed lumber.

 

 
4x12
 

4x12 Yard Bearings

Recovered from Reid & Wright Lumber Company, Arcata

 
 
4x8
 

4x8 Shorts

Recovered from Reid & Wright Lumber Company, Arcata

 
 
6x10
 

6x10 and 6x12

Recovered from the Simpson Remanufacturing Plant, Arcata

 
 
6x8
 

6x8

Old Yard Bearings from The Pacific Lumber Company, Scotia

 
 
6x8
 

6x8 Barn Timbers

Recovered from dismantling barns, Ferndale

 
 
8x12
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8x8 and 8x12

Reclaimed from the Union Lumber Company Bandmill, Fort Bragg

 
 
cants
 

Bridge Cants, up to 21" x 41"

Salvaged from the removal of a logging bridge over the Ten Mile River

 
 
12x12
 

12x12 beams

Recovered from the docks of Samoa in Humboldt Bay

 
 
14x14
 

14x14 Bridge Timbers

Reclaimed from the Ten Mile River, north of Fort Bragg

 
 
timber
 

Tight Grain 12x12

Characteristic of the slow growing redwood trees harvested when only the best sections of the best trees were taken to the mill

 
 
timber
 

8x10 Bridge Timbers

Salvaged from a logging bridge over the Ten Mile River

 
 
 
 

See Grey Redwood Inventory (please note that this is not a complete list of all timbers in stock)

See Barn Redwood 1x Photos

Pricing

There is a commercial airport in Arcata (serviced by United Express and Horizon Airlines) and several non-commercial airfields in the Eureka area.  If you plan to fly in, let us know and we will pick you up.

This Page Was Last Updated on February 18, 2010