$9.95 per square foot
American Chestnut was the perfect tree – tall, straight, fast growing and plentiful. The wood is strong and light, rot resistant, stable, beautiful and easy to work. Unfortunately in the early 20th century the American Chestnut was all but eradicated by the Chestnut Blight, leaving us poorer for its loss.
While there is no new chestnut lumber, we can still occasionally turn up a little bit from farm buildings, factories and mills that are being demolished due to neglect or changing land uses. We always jump at a chance to reclaim American Chestnut! This batch was milled from posts and beams reclaimed from a tobacco warehouse in Kentucky and features the warm color, beautiful grain and distinctive wormholes and oxidized nail holes that reclaimed chestnut is known for.
This Chestnut is milled to 1/2" thick and is perfect for a special accent wall or ceiling or for facing cabinets or any other application where you would like the look of real, authentic wormy chestnut in an easy to install form. We make our Chestnut Paneling at our mill in Monroe, Georgia from wood reclaimed from houses, barns, and mills of Appalachia. Each plank is a piece of our collective history and we are proud to offer it to you for the next chapter of its story.
Limited quantity available.
Thickness: approximately 1/2" thick
Width: 3" to 7"
Length: random (16" minimum, 84" maximum)
Each plank has been denailed, kiln sterilized, milled to width and thickness.
Minimum order: 20 square feet
Quantity available: under 1000
My experience with Georgia Reclaimed was exceptional. Not only was the ordering process quick and painless but when the wood arrived it was better than we thought it could be. It was all perfectly uniform cut, making it instantly ready to use for our project. The quality of the wood was great and was the perfect color for the natural touch we wanted to add to our kitchen. I am already planning out where I can use more of this wood in my home.