Reclaimed oak beams
Before steel was introduced, oak was a widely used building material. Wonderful oak structures can still be found in old farmhouses, mansions and castles. Sadly some of these old buildings are being dismantled, but fortunately the resulting old oak beams can still be recovered quite well. Since we professionally remove the layer of dirt and the iron, we make these beams reusable, without affecting their authentic look.
These reclaimed oak beams in our collection are true works of art, each with its own unique story and unparalleled character. These beams are extremely suitable for use in restoration and renovation projects, but they certainly feel at home in new buildings as well. Some of these beams are up to a hundred years old. Because after all this time they still show no signs of decay, they can last at least as long. These antique beams are therefore not only an enhancement of your project, but also a valuable investment. Especially since oak is becoming an increasingly scarce product.
Sizes and stock
Cross cut size: 8×8 cm to 60×60 cm
Length: 100 cm to 1600 cm
We have a permanent stock of virtually all sizes. If you require a size that is not in stock, we will saw the beams to size for you.
We provide reclaimed wood to both business and private projects worldwide. Due to the differences in processing, look, origin and age of reclaimed oak beams, prices may vary per item. When visiting our yard and showroom, you can have a look at the different options in our collection and get inspired. We can also discuss your specific wishes and make you a tailor-made offer.
Would you like to know in advance how much the beams you have in mind will approximately cost? Please let us know your requirements and telephone number via the contact form and we will contact you as soon as possible. In addition, you can find a price list on our download page.
Do you have a specific wish? With the following treatments we can almost always achieve the size or look you have in mind.
- (Wire) brushing
- Artificial re-drying