Chestnut tree is lesser known than maple and oak, but is still prized nowadays for its sturdiness and durability. Back in the colonial times, chestnut was used on anything that was destined to last : barns, houses, farms, furniture, even railroad ties. In this day and age, constructors and woodworkers choose reclaimed chestnut for chestnut cabinets, chestnut furniture, chests, and in its rarest form, chestnut flooring.
Do you have a particular project in mind for your reclaimed chestnut wood? Do you need more information about our reclaimed chestnut prices and availability? We invite you to contact us. We will send you a detailed quote in the best delays. You also have the opportunity to request a sample of reclaimed chestnut that can match your requirements. We ship everywhere in Baltimore, Maryland, and anywhere in the United States. Come visit us in our showroom in Lake George, New York, and buy your reclaimed chestnut lumber directly from our warehouse!