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Mountain Lumber Reclaimed Wood

Mountain Lumber Reclaimed Wood

For over three decades, Mountain Lumber has traveled the globe searching for rare and beautiful woods within structures that are no longer in use. Every piece of reclaimed wood they mill is hand-selected for its richness in history, character, and beauty before it’s turned over to their experienced craftsmen who de-nail, saw, and kiln dry every board.

Grenite 100% Recycled Surfaces

Grenite 100% Recycled Surfaces

The concept upon which Grenite® products are built is simple: take something worn and old and make it something beautiful, useful and new. With three lines of recycled surface materials, Grenite has the right performance and price point for every project surface.

Alkemi Recycled Surface Materials and Tabletops

Alkemi Recycled Surface Materials and Tabletops

Eco friendly certified surfaces, tabletops and countertops ALKEMI recycled surfacing materials are certified by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS), a leading organization in the evaluation of sustainable materials. SCS certifications confirm that ALKEMI - acrylic...

9 Gorgeous Green Countertops for Eco-Friendly Homes

9 Gorgeous Green Countertops for Eco-Friendly Homes

Whether you’re working on a green building or remodeling project, you want to choose materials that appeal to the eye, that are durable, and that reduce your eco-footprint. With today’s wide range of choices, you don’t have to compromise on any of these desires. Here...

Sustainable Northwest Wood Earth-Friendly Wood

Sustainable Northwest Wood Earth-Friendly Wood

Everything at Sustainable Northwest Wood is grown in forests managed to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC) or as part of stewardship programs restoring native ecosystems. The company is 100% committed to sustainable wood.

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