What Makes Our Rocky Mountain
Reclaimed Wood Different?
Rocky Mountain Reclaimed carries specialty products that were developed in partnership with some of the top mills and manufacturers to bring a unique alternative to reclaimed wood. We offer true and faux reclaimed wood, that has been cleaned up and milled to pattern to allow for any easy, uniform installation.
1. Mill To Order: Customize Beyond Traditional Reclaimed
There are multiple finishes and species of wood available that have been milled into easy-to-install siding and flooring products. Because we have taken the clean up work out of working with reclaimed wood, there is a vast array of choices when it comes to your reclaimed lumber products. You’re sure to find something that works with your design and budget!
2. Simpler Installation: Building With Less Waste
Due the nature of reclaimed lumber, which includes cracking, warping, splintering and more, there is usually about a 50% waste factor. However, with Rocky Mountain Reclaimed, we offer authentic reclaimed lumber that has been re-purposed for the consumer to allow for the traditional waste of new lumber products, which is around a 10% waste factor. This allows you to build quicker and waste less product, making your install simpler than it would be with traditional reclaimed lumber.
3. Lifetime Treatment & Staining: No More Treatment or Stain Needed
The primary drawback to using wood as a building material as opposed to something artificial – say, vinyl siding or composite decking – is the increased amount of effort necessary to put into maintenance and upkeep. The products from Rocky Mountain Reclaimed are completely finished products which do not require staining, unless you desire!
4. Saving Money: Significantly Less Expensive
There are many reasons why Rocky Mountain Reclaimed products cost less than traditional reclaimed lumber. For example, our 10% waste factor over traditional reclaim’s 50% waste factor, and lifetime staining. Our product has a lower price, because the mills that we partner with are producing large amounts of reclaimed lumber, due to their mass amount of reclamation rights.