Centennial Woods Offers Reclaimed Snow Fence Wood Products

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Centennial Woods offers reclaimed wood products that are 100 percent natural and come from ponderosa pine, lodge pole pine, spruce, and douglas fir from the Rocky Mountain region. The planks are aged for an average of 7 to 10 years as slats on the snow fences of Wyoming. The snow fence wood is reportedly untreated and never exposed to lead paint or VOCs of any kind. The reclaimed wood has high physical integrity and possesses a medium hardness typical of pine species. Moisture content ranges from four to eight percent. According to the company reclaimed Wyoming snow fence wood is much safer than barn wood for interior residential and commercial applications. These wood products are approved by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and are listed under the 100 percent recycled content classification. The wood is offered in a natural, weathered, grey state complete with nail heads. The wood can be de-nailed before the milling options are applied. Centennial Woods is known for its quality and its unique colors and textures. Knots, antique nails, nail holes and variations in patina are part of its charm and should be expected.

reclaimed-wood-panelsCentennial Woods also offers reclaimed wood panels. The panels are interlocking for easy installation and are suitable for interior walls and interior ceiling installations. The average thickness of the panels is approx.  ¼ in. There is 1/8 in. of weathered wood face and 1/8 in. hard board Masonite backing. Choose from three themes: Cheyenne, Laramie, and Wheatland.

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