How much is redwood lumber per board foot?

How much is redwood lumber per board foot?

Redwood timber prices are from $2.25 to $12.00 per board foot.

Can you buy old growth redwood?

Old-growth Redwood beams simply do not compare to what is sold today in new lumber. Our reclaimed Redwood is supplied as all heartwood and virtually free of knots. We are able to sand the original rough faces, hand hew the beams or mill the beams clean with a band sawn or surfaced appearance.

How much is a redwood worth?

The price of redwood has doubled in two years, from $350 to $700 per 1,000 board feet–and more if the tree is old-growth redwood. A good-size yard tree can be worth at least $10,000 and sometimes much more.

Why is redwood lumber valuable?

Redwood is perhaps the most sustainable building material In fact redwood forests are amazing solar powered lumber factories. Lumber keeps that carbon safely out of the atmosphere and helps reduce emissions. A redwood deck can store more than a half-ton of carbon, giving you a carbon footprint you can stand on.

How can you tell if redwood lumber is old-growth?

The easiest and most accurate way to determine whether a redwood log is old growth is simply by counting the growth rings. There are some other indicators, though. The bark on old growth trees is often much thicker, darker and more highly textured than new growth bark.

What is reclaimed redwood?

Reclaimed redwood is often taken from massive beams used in old bridges or other major construction projects. The Lumber Baron has a large stock of reclaimed lumber of this type, which can be used in its original form or milled and surfaced to bring out the original coloring.

Can you buy redwood trees? is an online nursery and retail e-commerce store powered by The Jonsteen Company, a California-based tree company specializing in Giant Sequoia and Coast Redwood tree growing.

How much does California redwood cost?

How Much Does it Cost to Build a Redwood Deck?

Redwood Material / Labor Cost Per Square Foot
Redwood Deck Material $9 to $14
Labor / Installation $4.35 to $8.50

Is it illegal to cut down a redwood?

Giant Sequoias only grow in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. The oldest known giant redwood trees in California are more than 3,000 years old. In addition, fires actually help redwoods survive by wiping out smaller trees that would eventually take over. It is illegal to cut down a giant redwood tree.

What is redwood used for today?

While redwood lumber was also historically used for framing, today it is primarily used for external construction. These uses include fencing, decking, siding and post material. Wood is truly our most sustainable and renewable building material.

Where can I buy the best reclaimed Redwood?

The Lumber Baron has sought far and wide to acquire the best reclaimed redwood on the market. Our reclaimed lumber is all hand selected, providing you with the best lumber money can buy, from locations with historical and nostalgic value.

Where does reclaimed redwood siding come from?

Reclaimed Redwood Siding, Paneling, and Flooring Reclaimed redwood is often taken from massive beams used in old bridges or other major construction projects. These gigantic heartland timbers are not available except as salvaged lumber and cannot be reproduced by today’s young-growth forests.

Where can I find more old growth redwood in California?

Another reservoir in Mountain View, California has provided thousands of more feet of old growth redwood which can be used in its original full 2-inch configuration or milled to your desired size.

What is 2×6 reclaimed Redwood decking?

Our 2×6 reclaimed redwood decking is generally purchased from customer’s who we are supplying new lumber to. We hand select the better, usable boards, keeping them out of the land fill. Mostly old growth, they are available with or without knots. They can also be split in half to create unique, rustic siding material.