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Slabs as big as 60″ wide and 25′ long and as small as 18″x18″! Primarily Guanacaste (aka Parota) but we’ve got about 10 different tropical species available! $25/Board Foot. Check out a photo gallery of what we’ve received here! Please keep in mind that these slabs are pre-sanded to 120 grit… Read more »
Wood Fiber Appliqués $5-$15 a piece depending on size. Lots of designs available. The boxes we have are 30 years old. Perfect for small holiday presents
Paling Grape Stakes 1/2″x 2 1/2″x6′-7′
Redwood Fencing .75″x7.5″-8″x5′ $6 Each! 1200 Boards available as of 11/27
Just in this week we received 350 square feet of reclaimed redwood decking from a local resident in Petaluma. The material is 5/8″ thick 5 1/2″ wide and varies in length from 6′-15′. We are selling the material for $1.50 a lineal foot.
Santa Rosa Chicken Coop 1×12 Redwood Barn Siding 6′-12′ lengths. Great to use on Rustic Barn doors, Farm Style Tables, Cabinet faces, interior or exterior siding, picture frames, and many other projects. $5.50 a square foot. This material sells fast so come on down while supplies last. our 3/4″x3 1/4″ redwood and fir mix tung… Read more »
From Hamilton Airforce Base, Novato Ca. 38.5″ x 44″ 51 available as of 10/16/18. $25 each.
Long Bell Lumber Co. Weed, CA. Originally used for roof rafters at the Long Bell Lumber Co. 216 pc. @ 22′ Long 24pc. @ 18′ Long $15/Ft. we will cut them but we must be left with 8’+. $300 Ea. for 22′ $250 Ea. for 18′ Sanded with Dead Flat… Read more »
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Throughout September we’re selling the rest of the AAA plaster pieces at fabulous prices. Come on in soon to save your self a piece of this San Francisco history! A wonderful article was written about our involvement in the saving of this building’s architectural elements here: https://hoodline.com/2015/06/how-the-historic-auto-association-lobby-was-saved-from-150-van-ness-demolition
These slabs are from 2nd growth trees that were considered danger trees – plus the lovely forest will love the thinning. They were meticulously milled by the most fastidious of Sawyers – our friend Sean! . . . and now three years later they are dry and coming to our yard – it’s the… Read more »
Many more to come, here some photos of the grove: https://heritagesalvage.com/2018/08/august-redwood-slab-sale/ Slab # Length Width @ Center Thickness Board Ft. F5 127 21 3 55 G1 127 20 3.75 66 G2 127 24 3.5 74 H1 124 21 3.75 68 H2 124 24 3.75 78 H3 124 23 3.75 74 H4 124 19 3.75… Read more »
Many more to come, here some photos of the grove: https://heritagesalvage.com/2018/08/august-redwood-slab-sale/] C1 125 27 3 70 770 C2 125 25 3 65 715 C3 125 23 3 60 420 C6 125 21 3 55 385 D1 126 22 3.75 72 504 D2 126 24 3.75 79 869 D3 126 28 3.75 92 1012 D4… Read more »
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New load of Hand Hewn Beams! SOLD OUT We got 200 new Hand Hewn Beams in this month coming all the way from Wisconsin. All of this material is being sold at $8/board foot. Each beam is individually priced and tagged and will be sold piece by piece. Sizes as small as 5″x5″… Read more »
Many more to come, here some photos of the grove: https://heritagesalvage.com/2018/08/august-redwood-slab-sale/ Slab # Length Average Width @ Center Thickness B1 127 26 3 B2 127 28 3 B3 127 30 3 B4 127 30 3 C5 125 25 3 F4 124 25 3 J1 123 21 3.75 J2 123 24 3.75 N1 125 18… Read more »
August Redwood Slab Sale! Beautiful local redwood slabs from out in Occidental. All different shapes and sizes, we’ll be getting in about 200 slabs from this same property. Board foot pricing will be dependent on slab size and will run from $6 per board foot for the smaller pieces up to $15 per board… Read more »
$5-8/Board Foot, Varying Sizes 102,000 gal Redwood water tank from Twain Harte. Here is a sneak peek of what they look like: Here is a photo of the tank bottom stacked and sticker drying out. This tank held water less than 6 months ago: The Dry wood now available for sale and selling out… Read more »
Our shipping container from Hawaii is finally here! Hawaiian Slabs and dimensional lumber. Mango, Rainbow Eucalyptus, Lychee, Robusta, Monkey Pod, Ohia, Cinnamon, Acacia, Breadfruit, Norfolk Pine and many more! Slabs start at $10 per board foot and go up to $35. Dimensional lumber going for $8/board foot. Give us a call if you’re looking for… Read more »
Hundreds of feet of each available! We tore apart a couple of building on the Dutch Slough out in Oakley for the California Department of Water Resources. The end result of this wonderful project will be opening the levees and letting the original inhabitants have their wetlands back! Lot’s of wonderful information about this Restoration… Read more »
Horse Stable Douglas Fir $20 each! Douglas Fir from the stables of a local horse race-track here in northern California. 8′-10′ Lengths 1.5″x11’x8′-10′ The lightly sanded samples below from left to right are: Satin Water Based Poly, Dead Flat Water Based Poly, and Osmo Poly-X oil. The stables as… Read more »
4/18 SOLD OUT, only a handful left. Bottoms still available. 2.5″x7″+x16′ Staves $200 each. Clear Vertical Grain Old Growth Redwood The tank has been dry for over 10 years. Both Steve and Bug say they’ve never seen a more clean and perfect tank!
Welcome to the Home Plate Fund, our season long effort to establish a lasting method of assistance for our firestorm neighbors. Stay tuned! With help from: KNBR Marty Lurie Mark Melancon
SOLD OUT! Heart-pine from the first factory to attach the collar to the shirt. Originally flooring from the 1896 Geneva Alabama Shirt Factory. $3.95/ per sq. ft. Back to New Arrivals.
SOLD OUT~CORRUGATED – $2.50 per Linear Foot. Some different ideas of how to incorporate beautifully pertained corrugated into a project:
Fence boards from Stone Street Farm, owned by the Kendall Jackson Wine Co. Gorgeous 4/4 Oak! $12.5 a stick. Rough sawn with a perfect texture coming out of Kentucky. Previously used as a fence and perfectly preserved by paint. Here’s the fencing heavily sanded and installed as wall cladding.
10′ + lengths! Bigger rough sawn fir timbers from a grain elevator in Shreck Washington, just around the corner from where we received our “Sackhouse” material. 4×12, 6×12, 12×12 Douglas Fir. $4.50 per board foot.
Windows from the Sunset Line and Twine factory here in town. Mostly 6 pane. 43″x42″ 56″x45″
Slabs Slabs Slabs! Slabs sustainably sourced from Sonoma County. 1 Redwood Burl – 3″x42″+/-x78″ $3,500 1 Atlas Cedar 3″x42″x 3 Redwoods 3″x31″ 3 Unfinished Redwoods – 3″x33″x14′ $2,850 Each.
Lovely old growth redwood tank wood coming from Novato, nice and dry very minimal dry rot. $4.45 per linear foot. 1.5″ x 5.5″ x 8′ 50+ sticks available.
Fresh shiplap off the truck from Washington. 5″ has Patina on two sides. 7″ was interior one side with less exposure, heavy patina 1 side. 3/4″ thick profile, $4.95 / sq. ft. 5″ Original shiplap, 7″ Original shiplap with a clean (interior) side.
WALNUT, CHERRY, BUTTERNUT & ASH 4/4 Boards and Live Edge Slabs!!! Just in time for our big sale! Beautiful hard woods from Ohio have landed in the yard. Kiln Dried and ready to rock and roll! Moisture content 11% +/-, planks up to 8″ widths. All 4/4 Material $5 per board foot! Walnut and Butternut… Read more »
CALL FOR STRUCTURES! Let us tear down your storied structures for our TV show! We are looking for interesting and storied structures to deconstruct for our first season of a nationally televised reality show called Heritage Salvage. If you have something that you believe would be of interest, please contact us, whether it be large… Read more »
STONE BONEYARD SALE! $100-$200 a pallet. Biggest pallet is 2 tons of stone for $200, usually $500 per ton. Priced per pallet, come on in and build your backyard dream today!
Each Fan Innerstave set contains 20 square feet of wood, replicating 110% of the surface area of 225L barrel and providing similar extraction as a new premium oak barrel. The set is designed for easy attachment in wine tanks containing fan system hardware and can be applied in all phases of winemaking. Also providing wineries… Read more »
Bleacher Board Flooring! Sonoma State Pine bleachers turned into a wonderful Tongue and Groove flooring! Relief cut, squared ends, 3/4″ thick. 5″ and 8″ wide planks available, 8′ – 10′ lengths. $5.75 / sq. ft.
Reclaimed Old Growth Redwood Originally constructed in 1950, the beautiful home of the Cope’s was fully clad out in phenomenal clear, vertical grain, Old Growth Redwood. Interior tongue and groove, 3/4″ x 5.25″ $5.75 a foot. Exterior shiplap, 5/8ths”x7″ish $5.75 a foot. Below is a sample of the interior tongue and groove. Below is the… Read more »
1.5″ x 11″ Reclaimed Douglas Fir surfaced in the 30’s. This warehouse was originally over a half mile long, and ran parallel to the Pampa Pond train tracks in Whitman County, Washington; near LaCrosse, WA. The warehouse was originally used for storing grain in sacks in the early 40’s. Fire broke out and destroyed a large portion… Read more »
$750 in working condition, ready to instal into your remodel. $200 for the one that needs parts or can be used as a mounted tub. tubs (dragged) tubs (dragged) 1
$8 / Per Board Foot. Originally from Pennsylvania, this entire barn’s worth of Hand Hewn beams have been sitting in Petaluma waiting for us to come to the rescue. This load was particularly unusual in that a lot of the beams were rectangular, making them ideal for a new mantelpiece. Generally these old beams come… Read more »
2½x5½x48″-60″ 1906 Old Growth Redwood Bleachers from the polo fields at Golden Gate Park. $20 each. Special thanks to Park Superintendent David Iribarne, Project Engineer Garrett Peck and Job Foreman Savvas Halikas from Hoseley Corporation for this wonderful opportunity to keep this piece of history out of the landfill! The Gathering of the Tribes line up included… Read more »
~SOLD OUT~ Bleacher board tongue and groove pine with relief cuts. 3/4″ thick. 5″ and 8-1/2″ widths available. $6.50/per sq. ft.
Heritage Salvage builds a one of a kind bar for the #10 Facebook campus, enjoy a brief tour of the history of all the many elements involved.
Heritage Salvage DIY Premiere! Hey Hey Hey – Here comes that quirky Heritage Salvage Family to a TV Screen near you – on DIY Network 4/9/17 at 5:00PM PST set your DVR folks! Watch as the gang takes down a Chicken Barn, a Water tower and Repurposes some Mare Island Naval Shipyard into a Kitchen… Read more »
Starting at $4.50 per board foot. Most are 3/4″x9″ and run $2.50/linear foot. 3/4″ Thickness Widths ranging from 5″-12″ Lengths up to 20′ Pine bleacher board from a gymnasium, the “wolves den” at Sonoma State. All metal has been pulled, most gum has been scraped, finger joints at the end of most boards.
60 Fresh slabs, off the truck today 2/22/17! All the way from Costa Rica, kiln dried, pre-filled and surfaced Parota slabs! This is our second shipping container full, we loved the first so much! Parota, the national tree of costa rica, is a fast growing flowering tree in the pea family. Also known as… Read more »
Premiering Sunday February 19th at 2:30 PM PST on DIY!
Heritage Salvage is getting our own TV show on DIY network. Please watch out pilot episode airing Sunday February 19th at 5:30 pm PST!
The Reclamation Roadblog is back in full swing! Keep up with our commander in chief’s antics by visiting his blog here.
You know February is a month with a big heart in the middle of it – and at Heritage Salvage we try to practice that Big Heart all year round! We call it our LOC, or Line of Credit and it goes just like our sign this month Now in the essence of the Art… Read more »
We have always continued down Reclamation Road here at Heritage Salvage, but my time got swept in to two Radio Shows, opening a store with my Daughter Suzy in Salmo and falling in love in Portland. As we pulled up our skirts around our lumber piles and began drying out from our blessed RAIN, we… Read more »
Steve, our deconstruction specialist, cut these trees down in his backyard and had them slabbed up a couple years back. Nice and dry, ready to rock. Asking $10/ bd. ft. for the Fir Slabs, $12/ bd. ft. for the Cedar Slabs. Cedar is mostly 7′, Fir mostly 11′ in length. Both species average about 36″… Read more »
Sustainable Hardwood Flooring Maple Tongue and Groove! Our windfall maple Hardwood Flooring is brought to you from Wisconsin in varied width T&G, End Matched, Relieved and ready to lay. An added bonus is the majority of these flooring packages are offered in long lengths. (8-9 ft) Color and tone has been said to be similar… Read more »
Reclaimed Douglas Fir from Mare Island Reclaimed Douglas Fir from Mare island material starting at $4.50 / bd. ft. 2×11 $9 / ft. 3 x 11 $12.50/ft. Mare Island island top with a light sand, glue’d up, with a satin polyurethane finish. Our material all came out of the mezzanine in building 221, with… Read more »
1.5″ x 11 $6.25 / foot 3/4″ x 12 $4.50 / foot. Gorgeous Fir from a “sack house” in Washington. Starting at $4.50 / board foot.
SORRY WE’RE NOW SOLD OUT AS OF 10 / 20 Floor Joists from a big warehouse near Sacramento. Perfect for milling, table tops, shelving, et cetera. Perfectly dry and beautifully straight. Get them while they’re hot! 2.5″ x 13″ x 21′ $4.50 a board foot. $12 / linear foot.
1″ Fir Barnwood from an 1880’s barn. 1″ x 10″ and 1″ x 12″ rough sawn and nice long lengths up to 16′
80 Boxes available – $25 ea. Dimensions : 9″ x 15″ x 24″
Foppiano Wine Tanks The end of an ERA – these are the last of the Foppiano Vineyards old growth redwood wine tanks. In 1896 Giovanni Foppiano bought the Riverside Farm just south of Healdsburg and began Foppiano Vineyards At this time, some of these tanks were already in existence see: http://foppiano.com/history/our-120-year-history/ All of the clear old… Read more »
Floor and Ceiling joists from the Historic Novato Theater. Perfect for milling, shelving, table tops and more! Large supply available. 3″ x 14″ x 20′ ROUGH SAWN DOUGLAS FIR $4.50 / bd ft. $ 315 a stick.
All the way from Costa Rica, kiln dried and surfaced Parota slabs! Parota, the national tree of costa rica, is a fast growing flowering tree in the pea family. Also known as Guanacaste or Elephant ear tree, Parota is highly sustainable in the fact that it grows so rapidly, with trunks reaching over a 9′ diameter… Read more »
104 available! We have the locker room doors from the Presidio Golf Club, 1897 with storied history and Joe DiMaggio among its Members – many possibilities. In 1776 the presidio was a Spanish Garrison In 1846 the Bear Flag Revolt led by Lt. John C Fremont took over the Presidio and stationed the US Army… Read more »
Boneyard Utility Grade Tongue and Groove Flooring Blowout! Short lengths, ¾” thick, end matched, relief cut, and beveled edges. Windfall trees from Wisconsin. Perfect for doing your tiny home, a couple rooms in the house, or decorative wall cladding. SPECIES SQ. FOOTAGE PRICE WIDTH Birch 741 $1,400 4 ¼” Birch 375 $680 3 ¼”… Read more »
Sustainably harvested Douglas Fir from Nu Forest out in Healdsburg. Varying shapes and sizes, come on in to take a look! Now sorted into 1″x and 2″x piles, with banded piles being HEAVILY discounted. Boneyard Sale! leftovers from a sawmill 50¢ a board foot. 1×2,4,6,12’s to 2×2,4,6 etc – make offer on banded bundles! First… Read more »
Heritage Salvage needs your Rusty corrugated metal! We buy used corrugated; whether we come and get it or you bring it to us. Please contact us with photos, dimensions, quantity, location and any history you have on your tin. The rustier the better! We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 762… Read more »
Founded in 1887 as an independent, Catholic school, Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco carry on the educational mission of the Religious of the Sacred Heart. These particular pieces came out of the second floor library. CHAIRS ARE SOLD OUT! Tables $350 ea. Tables dimensions: 90″ x 30″ x 30″
Clear, primarily vertical grain, locally deconstructed in Marin country, old growth redwood water tank staves. Average stave is 3″ x 7″ x 190″ and starting at $8 per board foot. Come on in and take a look, it’s sure to go fast!
Bug interviews three generations of the Friedman family from Friedman’s home improvement. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Sustainably harvested Fir, Cedar, and Redwood from Nu Forest out in Healdsburg. Varying shapes and sizes, come on in to take a look! Client Jeff McKinley had this table made out of Nu-Forest’s 2″ x 12″ cedar and a custom steel base from us made out of barn door track.
Bug interviews Doris Duncan Executive Director of Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue with the fabulous Linnea Furlong. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
New Redwood fence boards in large supply, 1″ x 4″, 1″ x 6″, in 5′ +/- lengths. Very Few planks available. $2.50 EA
Bug interviews Nicole Burdock, Inventor of the Go Patch; Homeopathic Remedies for Motion Sickness and Menstrual Cramps. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Jaxon and Bug talk politics, platitudes, Lack of Outrage and bug does a rap song from 1995. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Bug interviews photographer Michael Woolsey on sustainable enthusiasm. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Rockingham Park is a horse racing establishment in Salem, New Hampshire first built in 1906. This particular pine was used as framing for the horse paddocks and features a beautiful rough sawn texture that can be maintained and enhanced with a light sanding. Many planks show signs of years of use and being rubbed against… Read more »
Click for a spec – sheet. There are a number of reasons leading to the blight that is affecting Maple Forests in Western Wisconsin. These range from Leaf Scorch, Armillaria root rot (Honey Mushroom), Verticillium wilt, White Rot and Brown Rot. White rot actually leads to the delightful patterns we know as spalting. All these… Read more »
Bug interviews Mitchel Slade of the band Reclamation Road. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Bug interviews Sheila Bride and Nick Harris of Petaluma Coffee and Tea. Live every Tuesday at 5:20 PM on KSRO 1350 AM and 103.5 FM the Drive with Jaxon. Right click to download this podcast as an audio file.
Shiplapped Barnwood from Wisconsin. We have several units in varying widths, lengths, paint and patina. $5 / SQ. FT.
I left Monterey headed to Charlotte but took a two laner called Highway 220 i stopped to check out these waterfalls and ended up chatting with a gent who lives there whose great Grandmother owned the Land Grant Rancho Cabeza de Santa Rosa shortly thereafter, i passed through Warm Springs and rolled by an immaculate golf… Read more »
Through West Virginia and the backroads it seems you can still feel all the guns and soldiers and battles of the Civil War. Beneath the Tranquility of my hike through Cheat Summit lays the spent lead and powder burns of many battles! The Names of Robert E Lee, Col Albert Rust and many more echo… Read more »
There always seems to be a grand Presbyterian Church in these small Ohio Towns. There are many more churches than bars around here! (the opposite of Petaluma) in a town of 6500 there are 20 churches methinks! This is an amazing 1880 rendition! We keep a warehouse in Upper Sandusky and the always ready Brad… Read more »
After running in to John Dillinger in Hammond Ohio it is fitting i bump in to Al Capone The Speakeasy in Bucyrus, Ohio is the underground location where famous Mob Boss Al Capone and his cronies were known to hangout while in town. The hotel was built in 1916 and was named the Highway Hotel. During… Read more »