Don’t be confused about reclaimed wood.
“Reclaimed” does not always mean rustic, nail-hole-filled timbers or flooring for cabins and lodges.
Building on the Past. Reclaimed, Renewed, Reused.
Craftmark provides a variation of products from rustic (nail & bolt holes, large knots and checking, distressed patina, circle sawn, rough cut, worm wood, etc) to nearly perfect clear vertical grain (CVG) wood that is next to impossible to find. Yes, it’s old. But it’s appealing to a new generation of homeowners, builders, designers, and architects that are interested in taking care of today’s environment.
Our products are the perfect choice for those who love the idea of re-use, who are environmentally responsible, or those who have a love of history and nature. We connect with people who recognize the value & beauty of reclaimed materials.
At Craftmark, we are devoted to recovering the beauty and elegance of centuries-old wood — fir, oak, heart pine and many other exotic lumbers — and creating elegant new products for the construction industry.
The warm look and feel of quality reclaimed timber adds a beautiful architectural wood element to any home, commercial building or renovation project. You might be designing a rustic style interior with reclaimed hand-hewn timber-framing, wide plank rustic or pristine CVG flooring, rich and warm wall paneling, or distressed wood doors made from old growth lumber. Maybe you’re after a modern exposed beam package that matches your state-of-the-art kitchen but adds that element of warmth and history. No matter what you’re designing, reclaimed wood simply helps tell the story.
At Craftmark, we are devoted to recovering the beauty and elegance of centuries-old wood — fir, oak, heart pine and many other exotic lumbers — and creating elegant new products for the construction industry. We have numerous established relationships with global sources for reclaimed timber, and are positioned in the marketplace to provide a stable flow of unique and sustainable products for the discerning homeowner wanting to build “green.” Our customers have come to rely on the consistent, high quality standards established in our grading system.