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Reclaimed Wood,
Beams & Lumber

Reclaimed wood has been de-constructed from existing buildings or other structures;
which is recycled and reused for beams, paneling, flooring, furniture and more.

Reclaimed describes the reuse or repurposing of lumber material previously used in a structure. Jackel Enterprises provides a number of reclaimed materials; these materials come from a variety of sources such as housing and building demos, water tank salvage and a host of other origins. Much of our reclaimed material includes Oak, Teak, Barn Board, Douglas Fir and Redwood. Currently we are stocking old growth Redwood from a dismantled bridge in Yosemite National Park and some unique material of Douglas Fir pilings from the San Francisco Transbay demolition site.

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Reclaimed Redwood from
Yosemite National Park

Due to the “Rim Fire” in 2013, these Redwood and Doug Fir timbers were deconstructed from a bridge located on Hardin Road just off the 120 Highway in Yosemite National Park since the 1930’s.

*Limited to stock on hand while supplies last

FSC Recycled 100% Redwood
12x14, 6x16
FSC Recycled 100% Doug Fir


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