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WoodTalks Shiplap Available Through EcoSupply
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WoodTalks, Heritage Salvage Reclaimed Building Materials Go East
Heritage Salvage recently expanded to offer a line of reclaimed douglas fir shiplap wood through a new collaboration partner EcoSupply on the East Coast. At the same we unveiled our new name, WoodTalks, for the many fabulous reclaimed building materials we offer. Afterall, our wood all has a story to tell, and we love that.
For those that may be new to the term shiplap refers to wood planks that were used frequently as interior walls of old homes and buildings by placing them horizontally from floor to ceiling over the 2 X 4 studs.
Shiplap is the most versatile material in the sustainable future! This reclaimed wood may be used for flooring, stairs, paneling, wainscoting, cabinets, armoires and ceiling treatments!
The douglas fir shiplap is remilled from 2"x6" and 2"x8" flat stacked grain elevator walls. These grain elevators from Washington state were typically built in the 1920's. Because this ¾" thick flooring is milled from 2" stock leaving the original patina on one side and the resawn fresh side on the other, the material is reversible. You can use either side for your application. It makes for fantastic reclaimed wood flooring. The ease of install is greatly facilitated by the nature of Shiplap.
Our ECO Supply collaboration makes it possible for more people to enjoy and learn about these incredible materials that we reclaim from Hawaii to Washington to Ohio.