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LV Reclaimed woods are salvaged from turn of the century (and older) buildings throughout the country, primarily in the south. The structures these woods are taken from can not be simply knocked down so we can pick the wood out of the rubble. They must be deconstructed meticulously, piece by piece, to preserve the resource until it reaches our mills. After removing foreign elements such as nails, screws and bolts, etc, these ancient and abandoned American timbers find a new life as we re-mill them into flooring, walls, and ceilings.

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