Part of the joy of using reclaimed wood flooring in your home is learning (and retelling) the story of where it came from. Much of the wood that’s reclaimed today has a long and fascinating past life, whether as a shipping crate, an old barn or a high school gymnasium.

As home and business owners become increasingly aware of the benefits of recycled wood products, Viridian Wood Products is often asked about the best places to find quality reclaimed wood. To help answer the question of where our wood is salvaged from – and how it ends up getting made into reclaimed wood flooring, paneling and tabletops – they’ve created the following visualization showing how our reclaiming process works.

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Life Cycle of Reclaimed Wood

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