In 2011, Tim Bradley, co-founder and co-owner of Barnwood Masters, experienced a life altering accident that prohibited him from returning to traditional work. His son, Micah Bradley encouraged him to use the woodworking skills he retained after the accident to do what he loved most, which is how Barnwood Masters came to be.
We believe we have a responsibility to be stewards of the environment and not take any more away from the limited natural resources available. Reclaiming and repurposing these materials is a way Barnwood Masters can be a green company. Often times, reclaimed barn wood is antique hardwood. This virgin, or first growth lumber is much stronger and superior to the lumber available for purchase at retail stores such as Home Depot, Menards or Lowes.
Barnwood Masters acquires materials by dismantling barns, sheds, and other buildings. These reclaimed materials are then used to build furniture and other decorative pieces.
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Wood reclaimed from old barns located throughout the Midwest