Where to Find Reclaimed Wood for Sale: 15 Online & Local Options

Where to find reclaimed wood for sale. Reclaimed wood is aesthetically pleasing to many, and it’s certainly environmentally friendly. It’s an ideal material for flooring, furniture, siding, stairs, fireplace mantels, and many other household projects. In this article, we’ve provided an extensive guide for where you can purchase reclaimed wood for your next home improvement or commercial project. This article includes a list of online stores selling reclaimed wood, chain stores selling reclaimed wood, and even some places where you can find reclaimed wood for free.

What Is Reclaimed Wood?

Reclaimed wood is wood that was previously used in a structure that has since been disassembled. It usually falls into the same category as distressed wood. Once reclaimed, the wood can be used for many purposes, from practical uses, such as floors and furniture, to crafty and fun do-it-yourself projects, like shelving and home decor. If you’re interested in what you can do with reclaimed wood, look no further than Pinterest — the bulletin board of the internet provides over 1,000 ideas for things to do with reclaimed wood.

Reclaimed wood is usually cheaper to use than new wood and using it is a terrific way to recycle material instead of creating an additional demand for new wood. Here we list numerous places where to buy reclaimed wood for your project.

Places to Find Reclaimed Wood for Free

Sometimes getting reclaimed wood can be as simple as being in the right place at the right time. There are some resources for reclaimed wood that do not require any monetary commitment. Here are some free methods for obtaining reclaimed wood — try your luck!

Small Businesses

Sometimes, smaller businesses just do not have the processes in place to profit off their wood scraps or pallets. Their discarded wood can be the perfect solution for smaller do-it-yourself projects or arts and crafts. Check with small store owners to see if you can rummage through their trash to find some wooden treasures.


Take a walk in your neighborhood and see who has been remodeling their house. Neighbors will sometimes leave pallets or old pieces of wood on their sidewalks or front lawns for garbage pickup. If you are there before the garbage man, you are in luck!

New Construction

Stay on top of new developments in your area and possibly score some reclaimed wood at the same time. Construction crews may be happy to have someone relieve them of old wood they may have otherwise needed to pay to have removed.

Old Barns or Mills

Dilapidated old barns or mills could be a gold mine of reclaimed wood. Be sure to find out who owns the barn or mill and get in touch with the owners to get permission before you take anything!

Old Railroad Lines

Specifically, those old wooden railroad ties. Around the turn of this century, wooden ties were removed in favor of the superior concrete ties. These old wooden ties were often stacked up on a farmers land for him to worry about. As a result, you can often get these free or cheap. The alternative is them being farmed around until eventually burned. And once you get them, bookmark this page so you can know how to cut them to size.

Chain Stores That Have Reclaimed Wood for Sale

Many local stores sell reclaimed wood, and a simple Google search for “where to buy reclaimed wood [your town here]” can direct you to the nearest store. If you don’t have any luck finding a nearby local store, or if you prefer to go to a store you know and trust, there are some nationwide chains that sell wood and lumber products. Chain stores specialize in bulk production, and therefore their offerings may not be as authentic as what you would find at a specialty store. Many of the items listed as “reclaimed” wood are just distressed wood, which have the appearance of being rustic or vintage without actually having been recycled from a previous structure — but if it’s just the aesthetic you’re after, these are also a viable option.The following large stores have wood and lumber available for purchase.

The Home Depot


Ace Hardware

  • Shop for wood and lumber on the Ace website.
  • Find your nearest Ace Hardware

Where to Buy Reclaimed Wood Online

Olde Wood

  • Website Type: Online store. Showroom in Magnolia, OH
  • Wood Types Available: Wide-plank flooring, hardwood flooring, gray board, barn siding, distressed wood, beams, timber, fireplace mantels, stairs, vents
  • Wood Species Available: Oak, hickory, beech, maple, walnut, wormy chestnut, Douglas fir, white pine, tobacco pine, heart pine, cherry
  • Costs: Wide-plank flooring starts at $9.36/sq ft. depending on species. Hardwood flooring starts at $11.25/sq. ft. A free pricing quote is available for all other woods and finishes. A 50% deposit is required with every order, and the balance is due by the order’s ship date.
  • Locations Serviced: Worldwide
  • Shipping: Most products take 5-6 weeks for delivery. Price will vary based on customer location.
  • Start shopping at Olde Wood.

Krantz Recovered Woods

  • Website Type: Online store. Showroom in Austin, TX
  • Wood Types Available: Flooring, rough sawn beams, wall and ceiling tongue and groove planking, square boards, siding
  • Wood Species Available: Pine, cypress, oak
  • Costs: Flooring starting at $1.49/linear ft.; rough sawn beams starting at $10.68/linear ft.; tongue and groove planking starting at $3.00/linear ft.; square boards starting at $2.75/linear ft.; siding starting at $2.66/linear ft. Cypress slabs range into the thousands of dollars. A minimum $300 order is required. Get a quote for a specific order.
  • Locations Serviced: United States
  • Shipping: No UPS shipping available. Shipments of up to 500 pounds to a residential address are a minimum of $550. Shipments of up to 500 pounds to a business address are a minimum of $450. Businesses must have 5-8 hours of operation and cannot be home-based.
  • Start shopping at Krantz.

Plank | Wood

  • Website Type: Online store. Partnered with a custom wood and metal shop in Lafayette, IN
  • Wood Types Available: Planks, samples, trim
  • Wood Species Available: Not listed
  • Costs: Planks range from $9.95 to $11.95 per sq ft. Trim starts at $40 per sq ft.
  • Locations Serviced: United States
  • Shipping: Plank|Wood orders are delivered to homes or businesses via UPS Ground. Orders ship no later than ten business days from order date. Rush service available for 25% of order total and ships within three business days (only for orders of 150 sq ft. or less)
  • Start shopping at Plank|Wood.

North Cal

  • Website Type: Online store. Headquartered in Ukiah, CA
  • Wood Types Available: Flooring, siding, decking, lumber, lattice, mantels, fencing
  • Wood Species Available: Redwood, fir, cedar
  • Costs: Price dependent on length and cut of wood.
  • Locations Serviced: United States
  • Shipping: Residential Delivery, lift gate service (forklift assistance), inside delivery available. Shipping quotes available for each method upon checkout. Price will vary based on customer location.
  • Start shopping at North Cal.


  • Website Type: Online store. Showroom in Peculiar, MO
  • Wood Types Available: Flooring, paneling, lumber, counter tops, tabletops, beams, mantels, shelves, siding
  • Wood Species Available: Oak, heart pine, walnut, hickory, elm, cherry, Douglas fir, maple, ash
  • Costs: Flooring from $6/sq ft., beams from $4/sq ft., mantels from $70 each, siding and paneling from $4/sq ft, table tops from $45/sq ft. Order a sample. All purchases are tax-free except in Missouri. A 50% deposit is required for all purchases at the time of order and the remainder is required before the shipping date.
  • Locations Serviced: United States
  • Shipping: Normal lead times are 2-6 weeks or longer depending on products. Customers are responsible for unloading deliveries from full sized semi-trucks.
  • Start shopping at Elmwood.

The Barnwood Farm

  • Website Type: Online store. Headquartered in Missouri.
  • Wood Types Available: Hand hewn beams, rough sawn beams and shelves, log cabin mantels and beams, antique barnwood siding, reclaimed wood flooring, paneling, and tops, antique rusty tin, barn and farm doors, and barnware
  • Wood Species Available: various
  • Costs: Price dependent on length and cut of wood.
  • Locations Serviced: United States
  • Shipping: Price will vary based on customer location; email calvinm@thebarnwoodfarm.com for more information on setting up an appointment to discuss your options.
  • Visit The Barnwood Farm website.

Appalachian Antique Hardwoods

  • Website Type: Online store. Headquarters/showroom are located in Waynesville, North Carolina.
  • Wood Types Available: Barnsiding, beams and timbers, cabinetry, decking, doors, mantels, painted barn wood, wide-plank flooring, timber veneers
  • Wood Species Available: Black walnut, chestnut, cypress, hemlock, hickory, oak, pine; the availability of each species varies by product type
  • Costs: Varies by project
  • Locations Serviced: Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas
  • Shipping: Varies based on customer location and order; contact (877) 817-7758 to discuss your project.
  • Visit the Appalachian Antique Hardwoods website.

In Summary

There has been a resurgence of reclaimed wood in the past few years, and it is used for many different purposes. Whether it is for flooring, a fireplace mantel, a set of shelves, or some other DIY project, the sites we have listed here have reclaimed wood to suit all of your needs. When deciding where to buy your reclaimed wood, it is important that you check for the wood species and colors you are interested in, as well as the finish of the wood. Be sure to consider the capabilities of your facility to receive reclaimed wood shipments, and make sure you have enough help on hand to unload deliveries if you plan on a major purchase. If you prefer to shop at a larger chain, we have also listed some options for you to pursue that route; the more adventurous types can try negotiating with a small business owner or neighbor. However you obtain your reclaimed wood, the most important thing to remember is to have fun with your project!

For more information on reclaimed wood, see our list of businesses offering old barn wood for sale — and for more home improvement projects, see our articles on custom mirrors and composite decking.


  • JD Alewine says:

    Appalachian Antique Hardwoods is out of Waynesville, NC. They offer an industry leading selection of reclaimed wood components, as well as a complete design center and showroom. I think they would be a great inclusion to this article!

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Thank you for bringing this company to our attention, JD! We have added information about Appalachian Antique Hardwoods to the article.

  • Name* (displayed publicly) says:

    The Barnwood Farm is out of Trimble, Missouri and they have authentic 100% barn wood. They have a store where you can look at tons of sample boards. Also they have barn wood kits you can buy for do-it-yourself projects at home. I don’t know why they aren’t on google maps when I search but they should be!! You should add them to your list!

    • Sarah Quinn says:
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      Thanks so much for the tip! We’ve added The Barnwood Farm to the list of online sellers in our article. We appreciate your comment, and so do our readers.