Reclaimed Historic Building Materials
Each reclaimed product we offer comprises an individual tile in the rich mosaic of Savannah's centuries-old history. Be it river-recovered flooring milled from one of the original wharf's pilings, a hand-made brick taken from its would-be grave in a landfill, boards salvaged from a condemned Victorian porch, or a neglected hatch-cover of a WWII Liberty Ship, every piece we've collected is a memorial, bearing the scars and messages of time.
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Original flooring, reclaimed, lightly screened and waxed.
Our varieties of reclaimed flooring comprise an inventory that we have been collected over decades in Savannah, from salvaged antique flooring dating from the 18th to the 20th century, or from river-recovered pilings and reclaimed timbers we mill into flooring specification. Each floor has a rich history made to fit any project.
Aside from flooring, we possess reclaimed lumber from as diverse a historical and material background. Our sizes range from traditional boards to entire beams, or custom mill-work.
Handmade, wood-mold Carolina Red Bricks
Handmade, wood-mold Savannah Grey bricks date to the early 1800s.
Savannah Greys are larger and irregular compared to standard factory-made bricks. Each one is unique.
Antique pavers embossed with makers' marks. Higher density and an enamel finish makes these extra durable.