HARDWOOD BARN TIMBERS

Originating from barns around the Eastern United States, we inventory over 150,000 board feet of antique barn timbers dating as far back as the 1700’s. Prior to the industrial revolution, these beams were hand hewn and fit together with mortise and  tenon connections that have stood up to the test of time. Eventually, these barns need to come down – yielding the finest virgin old-growth hardwood timber that can be found in America.

Reclaimed hardwood beams are available in a range of sizes typically from 6×6 up to 12×12 in lengths up to 40’. Mostly available with the original hand hewn texture while circular sawn and live edge beams are also available. The original color is a mix of browns and grays and can be washed to a more consistent tan color. We typically detail sand all exposed sides and cut one side flat for installation against a wall or ceiling. Original mortises or notches can be filled upon request.

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS

Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. The beams are usually square, hand hewn on four sides and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The reclaimed barn timbers will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while also keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. The mortise pockets can be filled for an additional charge if requested. Sizes range from approximately 5×5 to 12×12 with occasional larger sizes available. We typically stock over 100,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 50′.

Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams08 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Mantels 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams09 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams07 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams06 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams05 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams04 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams03 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams02 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams14 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams10 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams11 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams12 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams13 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams15 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams16 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams17 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams18 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams19 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams20 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams21 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams22 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams23 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams24 140x80
Blank

HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS


Antique hand hewn barn timbers are our most popular beam product and are used extensively in jobs both contemporary and rustic. The beauty of the original hewn texture and patina simply cannot be duplicated.

Hewn Hardwood Beams25 140x80

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS

Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams07 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams04 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams10 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams09 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams08 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams06 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams05 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams03 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams02 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams11 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams12 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams13 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams14 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams15 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams16 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams17 1 Scaled 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams18 140x80
Blank

LIVE EDGE BARN BEAMS


Hand Hewn Live Edge Barn Beams are salvaged from barns on the East coast dating back to the 1700’s. The material is a mix of hardwoods which the builder would have harvested from the original forest on or adjacent to the building site. Originally used as sleepers or wall logs in the barns, these beams were flattened to a certain thickness by hand while the remaining two sides were left with the original live edges untouched. One live edge is usually cut off to be more consistent in width and installed up to the ceiling or wall. Being squared up by hand, each side of each beam and each individual beam is unique in texture. The beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. We typically stock over 20,000 board feet of this product in lengths up to 40′.

Edge Hardwood Beams19 140x80

SAWN BARN BEAMS

Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams11 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams13 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams02 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams03 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams04 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams05 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams06 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams07 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams08 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams09 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams10 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams12 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams13 1 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams14 140x80
Blank

SAWN BARN BEAMS


Sawn Barn beams were originally created by being milled using a circular saw mill. These beams will be a mix of hardwoods and contain the original mortise and tenon holes and pegs. These beams usually have a gray or brown surface which can be lightly sanded to result in a mellow brown patina while retaining the circular saw marks. The reclaimed barn beams will have an existing gray or brown patina which can be lightly sanded to reveal a rich brown patina while keeping the original texture. These beams are supplied “As Is” for the customer clean up before install or sanded and top cut by us. Mortise pockets can be filled for an extra charge if requested. We typically inventory around 20,000 board feet of this material.

Sawn Hardwood Beams15 140x80

SUBMIT A PHOTO

Please fill out the information below to receive your gift in exchange for submitted photographs. Ideal photos are sent in Hi-Resolution with a clean, organized surrounding. Please list any credits your wish us to acknowledge.

We may use customer submitted pictures on our website, social media, and print marketing, etc. By submitting photos you AGREE that Vintage Timberworks is granted full reproduction rights.

For those considering having their project professionally photographed, we may wish to consider contributing to the cost.

Photo must contain our material. Limit one gift/reward per project.

  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: heic, jpg, gif, png, jpeg, pdf, Max. file size: 100 MB.