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.
These types of material provide unique appearance opportunities for your design and allows for use or reuse of quality material destined for the landfill. Our reclaimed material is FSC® Certified Recycled 100%. Reclaimed material is a spot market; we keep an updated inventory list below. Jackel Enterprises primarily serves the San Francisco Bay Area; centrally located in the Monterey Bay just south of Santa Cruz in Watsonville, California.
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.