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OLD WORLD TIMBER

Presented by Rocky Mountain Forest Products

Denver

11722 W 44th Ave.,
Wheat Ridge, CO

Arvada

5075 Tabor Street,
Wheat Ridge, CO

Colorado Springs

10605 Charter Oak
Ranch Rd, Fountain, CO

Now Carrying Old World Timber

We are excited to announce that we are now carrying reclaimed wood products from Old World Timber. Old World Timber is a reclaimed wood manufacturer based out of Lexington, Kentucky who offers a variety of different products from flooring, barn doors, siding, flooring, and paneling. They strive to fulfill their mission of “Reclaim. Redeem. Repurpose” and express the vision for their company through the products they offer. They stand out from other reclaimed wood suppliers for the simple fact that they design, source, and manufacture their products. They are hands-on with every step in the process and make a point to tell the story of where their reclaimed wood was sourced from and what it once was. They have hundreds of clients across the nation from car dealerships, universities, restaurants, bars, and retailers. We are excited to be among that list! Old World Timber specializes in the process in which it takes to acquire reclaimed wood from sourcing, selecting the product, and milling the product to resell a high-quality reclaimed wood product. They source all of their wood from old abandoned barns and vintage buildings, and old aged out fencing from all over the world.

Old World Timber, tells the story of their source. Where the wood once came from and what it once was. They take the wood sourced from history and give it a new life. They tell a story with every product.

At Rocky Mountain Forest Products, we are excited to carry on Old World Timber’s goal as a supplier by giving historical products a new life for a new future.

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Old World Timber’s Process
Reclaim | Redeem | Repurpose

Reclaim

Old World Timber works with a close-knit community of suppliers who practice exclusively in deconstructing old buildings such as barns for reclaimed wood. Their suppliers work to carefully remove old siding, timbers, and other materials and deliver them to Old World Timber.

Redeem

Once they receive the product from their suppliers, they pass the lumber onto their in-house craftsmen who then spend days metal detecting, milling, puttying, sanding, washing, and finishing the products for resale.

Repurpose

Once the product is ready to be sold, Old World Timber loves seeing the outcomes that their product has given a project. They get to see the historical product get a new life as flooring, siding, paneling, or as a barn door in someone’s home.

The Products We Stock

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Reclaimed Wood Paneling

Perfect for: Walls | Ceilings | Accents
Colors Available: Natural Patina, Weathered Gray, and White Washed
Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/8″
  • Face Widths: 3″, 4″, and 5″
  • Lengths: Randomly drawn between 12″ and 60″
  • Milling: S3S

One of the main reasons that reclaimed wood is such a popular design product is because of its aged and weathered look. The common design trend is rustic, raw, natural, and aged. Reclaimed wood is ideal for because of its historical experience. All reclaimed wood has knots, nail holes, and bug tracts.

Reclaimed wood is the only occasion that warping, bending, cracking and splintering is okay in a building product.

Additional Details

** All of these products above have character markings of knot holes, nail holes, bug tracts, and other signs of age.

Package Specifications for Paneling:

  • Sold in 20 SF Increments
  • 3″, 4″, and 5″ widths sub-bundled together
  • Equal linear footages provided for 3″, 4″, and 5″ widths
  • Installation Requirements:
    1. Paint the surface of your install a dark color such as black or gray.
    2. Plan your install pattern and design with precaution.
    3. Install the material with nails that are 2” and a construction grade adhesive.
    4. Enjoy

** Keep in mind the waste factor is 5-10% depending on your experience with installation.

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Reclaimed Equestrian Fence

Old World Timber’s Reclaimed Equestrian Fence is repurposed from old antique farmhouse fences that have been deconstructed, burned in fires, or aged so much that they are no longer functional.

Colors Available – White Washed Oak Cladding, Original Brown Mixed Hardwood Cladding, Weathered Gray, and Faded Red.

White Washed Oak Cladding Specifications:
  • Thickness: 3/8″
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width Options: 4 3/4″
  • Lengths: 1′-7′
  • Finish: Latex Paint
  • Character: The product surface will contain some knot holes, saw marks, and signs of age.
Original Brown Mixed Hardwood Cladding Specifications:
  • Thickness: 3/8″
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width Options: 3″-8″
  • Random Lengths: 1′-9′
  • Finish: Unfinished
  • Character:The product surface will show signs of age through knots, holes from nails and screws, saw marks and other signs of age.
Weathered Gray Mixed Hardwood Cladding Specifications:
  • Thickness: 3/8″
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width Options: 3″-8″
  • Random Lengths: 1′-9′
  • Finish: Unfinished
  • Character: Signs of aging through knots, holes, and saw marks.
Faded Red Mixed Hardwood Cladding Specifications:
  • Thickness: 3/8″
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width Options: 3″-8″
  • Random Lengths: 1′-9′
  • Finish: Latex Paint
  • Character: The product shows signs of age

All of Old World Timber’s Equestrian Reclaimed products come from old barns and fences that are found abandoned and deconstructed across Kentucky. They are all native hardwoods. You will notice that the species of the product varies from Oak, Elm, Ash, and more. You will occasionally find that some of their products may be of another species. It all depends on the source and what type of species it is.

Why Reclaimed Equestrian Fence Cladding?

With a variety of looks and finishes, this line of Reclaimed Equestrian Fence Cladding can be used to enhance any residential or commercial space. Made from reclaimed red and white oak horse farm fencing and century-old barns in Kentucky, this is a beautiful addition to any space. These 80-100-year-old native hardwoods, such as Ash, Elm, Oak, and Maple are a truly unique way to bring the outdoors in.

Reclaimed Wood Siding

Colors Available: Natural Patina and Weathered Gray
Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4″
  • Face Widths: 5-8″
  • Lengths: 4-12″
  • Milling: Shiplap
  • KD/DN: Yes
Additional Details

** All of these products above have character markings of knot holes, nail holes, bug tracts, and other signs of age.

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Design Inspiration for Reclaimed
Siding and Paneling

Whether you purchase Reclaimed Wood Paneling or Siding, both can be used to give your home an instant facelift in any room no matter the design or style. You can find endless inspiration ideas on the internet for the different ways you can implement reclaimed wood in your home. Here are a few ideas of the most common ways reclaimed wood is used as siding or paneling in homes.

Accent Wall

An accent wall is probably one of the most popular ways reclaimed wood is used. You can cover just one wall to give the room an instant eye-grabber or you can cover every wall to give the room a rustic and vintage look. The fun thing about siding and paneling is the ability to customize the look of it through the layout, coloring and the surrounding décor. You can use a variation of colored boards to give your accent wall a contrasted and unique look or you can use all the same colored boards to be simple and elegant. You can mess around with the different patterns and ways to lay out the boards. The possibilities when it comes to accent walls are endless.

Backsplash or Backing on Kitchen Island

Using reclaimed wood as a backsplash isn’t as common as other idea, however it is a unique design idea. Several designers have used reclaimed wood in kitchens and bathrooms as the backsplash above the counters. It instantly makes the kitchen or bathroom look rustic and natural which is a current design trend. Reclaimed wood is also a great product to use to accent a kitchen island. You can wrap the base of your island with a variety of different patterns and colors.

Furniture

Reclaimed wood can work very well with furniture if it is used and built properly. However, it can only be used for certain pieces of furniture like headboards, tabletops, and the faces of dresses and tables. You can buy reclaimed wood in a multitude of different profiles, using paneling for headboards, for example, if you structure it correctly.

These are a few ideas on how you can use reclaimed wood siding and paneling to get your inspiration flowing. Your imagination is the only limit.

Flooring Collections

Flooring

Heartland Barnwood
  • Profiles: Clean Faced and Skip Planed
  • Species: Red Oak, White Oak, and Mixed Hardwoods

Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4″
  • Width: 3-5″ (wider lengths are available with special orders)
  • Lengths: 12″-84″
  • Milling Profile: T&G and EM
Kentucky Race Horse
  • Profiles: Seabiscuit, Skip Planed Black, Wire Brushed and Skip Planed
  • Species: Red and White Oak

Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4″
  • Width: 3-5″ (wider lengths are available with special orders)
  • Lengths: 4 1/2″
  • Milling Profile: T&G and EM

Prefinished Flooring

Heartland Barnwood
Profiles:
Unbridled
  • Style: Skip Planed
  • Species: Oak Only

Man O War

  • Style: Skip Planed
  • Species: Oak Only

Preakness

  • Style: Skip Planed
  • Species: Mixed

American Pharoah

  • Style: Skip Planed
  • Species: Mixed

Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4″
  • Width: 3″, 4″, 5″
  • Lengths: 1′-7′
  • Milling Profile: T&G
  • Micro Bevel: Y
  • Back Relief: Y
  • End Matched: Y
  • Prefinished: Y
  • Finish: A top coat that is resistant to scratching and aluminum oxide with UV.
Kentucky Race Horse
Profiles:
Seabiscuit
  • Style: Clean Face
  • Species: Red and White Oak

Secretariat

  • Style: Clean Face
  • Species: Red and White Oak

Spectacular Bid

  • Style: Clean Face
  • Species: Red and White Oak

Milling and Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4″
  • Width: 4 1/2″
  • Lengths: 1′-7′
  • Milling Profile: T&G
  • Micro Bevel: Y
  • Back Relief: Y
  • End Matched: Y
  • Prefinished: Y
  • Finish: Topcoat that is scratch resistant with aluminum oxide with UV.

Design Inspiration for Fooring

When it comes to flooring, there isn’t much you can do with it other than using it as flooring. It’s not like siding, paneling, or timbers where you can use them for other design projects around the house. However, you can get creative with the way you design the flooring itself. With Old World Timber, you have several different types of flooring and colors to choose from which means you can customize your floors to your liking. You can get as creative as you want with the layout of the floorboards by laying them out in different ways than the traditional horizontal or vertical. Think about doing design inlays where a certain section of the floor is laid out in a design, or maybe lay out the boards in a design pattern like chevron or herringbone.

Aside from the pattern of the boards, you can use different color variation s to give your flooring design a unique and contrasted look. Your floor is one of the first things your guests see when they come into your house. Get unique with your design and become one of a kind.

Barn Doors

Styles – Chevron, Z Pattern, X Pattern, Bottom X, Vertical, and Horizontal

All of Old World Timber’s Barn Doors are double sided and unfinished with a plywood core.

Width (in) Length (in)
24 84
28 84
32 84
36 84
40 84

How to Install Barn Doors

Step #1: Prime and paint the backing of the board where the metal track will lay. Make sure there is a one-inch space between the door and the frame of your wall. If needed, use a backer board to give you the adequate space for the door to operate.

Step #2: Locate the studs and mark the studs above the door. You want to start about three inches above the opening to give yourself some clearance. Make sure you are marking high enough that the door will clear the floor and not scuff when you are sliding the door.

Step #3: Counter sink the holes and prepare them for the screws. It is recommended that you use 2 screws on each side of the door.

Step #4: Attach the track and properly secure it to make sure your door is secure and safely attached.

Step #5: Install the stoppers to allow your door to stop properly so you can avoid any damages or injuries.

Step #6: Attach the Rollers – your hardware kit should have specific instructions on how to install your rollers properly. Refer to your kit for more information.

Step #7: Install your anti-jump disks, these are there to keep the door from coming off of its tracks and falling.

Step #8: Attach the handle – most kits will come with a handle but if yours didn’t, you can purchase one from anywhere you please and attach it to your door.

Step #9: Lift the door onto the track and place it in its proper position. Make sure you use multiple people if needed.

Step #10: Install the door guides to keep your door from wobbling and falling.

Step #11: Do a final walkthrough on the door and its installation and make sure everything is in the right place, is secure, and stable.

Basic Care for Your Barn Door

Now that your barn door is installed, all you need to worry about now is the aftercare of your door. While these doors require little to no maintenance, you want to make sure that your door is always secure and moving properly. If you ever notice that your door is off the track or not operating right – do a once over and make sure everything looks good and nothing needs repairing. Below are some tips for caring for your barn door.

Every so often go through and wipe down the surface of your door and the track to make sure it is clear and clean.

Use only soaps that are made for wood.
Don’t use any harsh cleaners

Don’t use any rough rags to avoid scratching the track or damaging the wood.

If you are cautious and take note of these few things you will be on your way to enjoying a beautiful barn door with no hassle!

Old World Timber
Old World Timber is one of many reclaimed wood suppliers across the nation. We specifically chose them for their honesty and transparency when it comes to their product, their love for their clients and the community, and of course, their high quality and incredibly breathtaking products. We are very excited to be among there many suppliers that carry on their mission of Reclaim. Redeem. Repurpose. They are from a small town in Kentucky but have made their mark across the industry in several different states. If you would like to use Old World Timber products for your reclaimed wood project, give us a call today!