Tag: Recycled Timbers

200+ Year Old Pub Table

Finally construction is complete. After a few revisions and re-dos on the main pedestal parts I have finally completed the assembly.  See what happens when creativity and schedules collide?  Creativity can sometimes win.  I didn’t like the way the top section of the pedestal turned out. The pedestal is taller or longer than my current… Read more »

Recycling 159 Year Old Timbers-Off to the sawmill

Okay it has been almost a year since we received the beams.  Lack of time, bad weather and lots of work have kept us from de-nailing the beams. When we had the time it rained. When the weather behaved we were too busy.  My wife had major surgery. She has been a real trooper, these… Read more »

Recycling 159+ Year Old Timbers-Final Delivery

I have been calling these beams 159 year old timbers, but that was the time they were harvested. My research says that these trees were usually 200+ years old when harvested.  That would make these beams anywhere from 250-300 years old.  If there is an arboriculturalist out there that is willing to explain how to… Read more »

Recycling 159 Year Old Timbers

This is our inaugural blog and we have chosen to write about NH Accents most recent and most exciting project. We are purchasing 159 year old  ‘white pine’ and ‘long leaf pine’  beams from the owners of the Pandora Building, 1850 Associates in Manchester, NH.   In an effort to be more proactive in the green… Read more »