Preserved underwater for more than a century, Sinker Cypress Logs are prized for their dense heartwood, bright colors and fine grain. This wood is especially desirable for high end decking, flooring, paneling, furniture, molding, table tops and more. Our Sinker Cypress Logs are approximately 28 feet long and were cut around 100 years ago by [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
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Curly Sinker Pine is one of the most attractive species of lumber due to its unique curly grain pattern. Because the wood fibers are curly instead of straight, Curly Sinker Pine can cause the light to reflect in many interesting ways, and offers a spectacular effect that can be used to enhance the appearance of [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Corbels have been used in architecture for hundreds of years. Beginning in the Early English period, wood has become the favorite material in corbel construction. Because wood is incredibly versatile in its ability to be carved in innumerable fashions, many designers and homeowners alike have found the wooden corbel to be the perfect accent to [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Pecky Sinker Cypress is a rare lumber that has holes or pockets throughout. This only occurs in occasional logs, and is not discovered until the log is cut. It forms from the inside out in a circular pattern following the tree’s rings, and when milled, the pattern of holes is completely random. Pecky Sinker Cypress [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Wide Cuts are just as the name suggests – wide, flat pieces of Cypress lumber. These Wide Cuts are actually rare, as the pieces are only found in the dead center of raw, un-milled lumber that boasts a substantial width. Wide Cuts are perfect for the applications of large, flat solid wood surfaces as it [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Longleaf Pine is also known as Antique Pine, Heart Pine, and Pitch Pine. This reclaimed lumber is sturdy with a tight growth-ring pattern, making it a favorable choice for interior trim, beams, exterior paneling and flooring. Using rediscovered wood helps preserve our forests by utilizing timber harvested hundreds of years ago while also providing a [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Just like Sinker Cypress lumber, Figured Sinker Cypress lumber is a specialty lumber that has been recovered from the woodlands and rivers of northwest Florida. This virgin growth timber is also first generation, Cypress lumber, and is used for both historic restoration and new construction. Figured Sinker Cypress lumber differs slightly from the Sinker Cypress [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Sinker Pine, just like Sinker Cypress, is a recovered virgin growth wood that has been buried in the muddy bottoms of northwest Florida’s rivers for many years, and has been retrieved for use in both historic restoration and new construction. Originally cut as far back as 1890, Sinker Pine logs and lumber were transported from [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Sinker Cypress is first generation, river retrieved lumber that is also known as deadhead cypress, river reclaimed cypress, river recovered cypress, old growth cypress, and virgin cypress. This quality old growth lumber was cut from 1890 to 1930, and then rafted down the rivers of northwest Florida to different sawmills in the region. A certain [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!
Tidewater Cypress lumber grows in local river swamps in Northwest Florida, where the trees have learned to adapt to the most unfavorable conditions and the high humidity. These conditions can cause factors such as rot, decay, mold and fungus, but Tidewater Red Cypress naturally protects itself by creating a highly concentrated natural oil substance called [...]» Click Here for More Details on This Product!