Floorboards which gain from reclaim.
May 5th, 2010
With a complete range of recycled timber products on offer, Big River Group’s commitment to sustainable materials can now be experienced through their range of salvaged timbers.
Recovered from demolished buildings and structures around Australia, the timber is milled to a high standard of surface finish to be used for structural, architectural and interior applications.
Floorboards come in two basic colour ranges, mixed red and mixed cream but individual species are available, as well as decking and cladding, whilst the reclaimed timber can also be used to create uniquely beautiful bench tops.
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