Authentic turn of the century aged barn wood, antique planking, and hand hewn beams for sale.

Reclaimed barn wood is one more unique route to recycling and our company is proud to be a part of this process and endeavor to use green products to help save our environment. Many barns that were the center of farm life over one hundred years ago, now are empty and serve little to no purpose to their owners. The cost to upkeep is more than many owners can afford for a building they may not use and many of these old beautiful barns have fallen into disrepair. With failing foundations and roofs that no longer keep the elements out, they are at the end of their life cycle and have become nothing but a liability in the eyes of insurance companies due to the danger they pose of falling down. Christopher Construction Company removes old barns for free, if possible, so we may preserve the wood. The character of authentic turn of the century aged barn wood shows the passing of time and the perseverance and ingenuity of the early American settlers. This barn wood is truly unmatched in beauty and quality. We urge homeowners with these old beauties to realize this reclaimed wood can be brought into useable condition once again, eliminating filling up our landfills and saving a few trees!

We offer;

  • Authentic rustic reclaimed barn planking and beams.
  • Old barn door hardware, antique hay trolleys, track, and pulleys, and corrugated rusty barn roofing.
  • Distinctive products like barn pegs, barn doors, and barn wood furniture.
  • Reclaimed barn wood fireplace mantel pieces.
  • We can take down your old dangerous barn for free in exchange for the materials.

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Unheated Indoor Storage Facility
Large Stock and Beams.
Hours by appointment
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Business Address 
Mantels, Shop, and Distinctive Products
Hours by appointment
   

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"To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase it's usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them amplified and developed"

-Theodore Roosevelt