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Reclaimed Wood Sets the Pace for Sustainable Materials

Contemporary home design is vast in its styles. Some of the most common elements incorporate clean lines, open floor plans, asymmetry, and the use of natural materials. This differs drastically from the throw-away styles of the past, when the epitome of a modern home was bright, shiny, new everything.  In response, homeowners are now beginning to utilize more sustainable materials,...

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Green Building Trends/Practices to Look For in 2015 & Beyond!

Green building trends and practices are not just buzzwords -- as more and more homeowners become conscious about their carbon footprint (and as more homeowners become aware of the various savings that "going green" brings), green building is becoming an every day part of construction. Here, then, are some trends to look for in 2015 and beyond: The use of...

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Tell a Story with Recycled Wood

For the creative soul, modern dwellings can feel dull and lifeless. It seems like everywhere you look, you're faced with the same lackluster building materials as every other home in your neighborhood. Well, if you’re a dreamer who longs for a home with more character, incorporating recycled wood into your next remodeling project is the perfect way to tell your...

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Transform Outdoor Living Spaces By Incorporating Weathered Wood

Both home and commercial settings benefit from outdoor living spaces.  Homeowners take a break from their humdrum daily activities to experience the beauty of nature and enjoy the companionship of friends and family.  Similarly, workers escape the drudgery of their occupational lives to enjoy a serene moment or convene for special activities.  The recreational nature of outdoor living space lends itself to meditation, camaraderie...

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Reclaimed Wood for High End Projects

Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing home, you’ve probably heard of the idea of using reclaimed wood for flooring, cabinetry, feature walls, furniture etc... You may have rejected the idea with the thought that reclaimed wood is too "weathered" for use in a high-end project such as yours. You may have seen barn wood, corral wood,...

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Centennial Woods Named Greenbuild's Editor's Choice for 2015

Centennial Woods is honored to be named Greenbuild's Editor's Choice in the 2015 US Builders Review. The International Greenbuild Conference and Expo is the largest conference in the world dedicated to green building. Each year the magazine recognizes standout businesses from among the participants that are dedicated to sustainable environmental practices in their daily operation. We are proud to be recognized, and very...

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The Story Behind FSC Recycled Wood

The concept of recycling forest products goes back quite a while. The reclaimed wood industry got its start as early as the 1970s, using wood from barns, snow fences and corrals, among other sources. For anyone concerned about conserving forests and preserving our natural heritage, using recycled wood is a good step – but it requires trust in the source...

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Reclaimed Wood Entices Major Brands For Building Projects

Reclaimed wood has advanced from concept to use in almost every field that wood could be used in. Major branded companies have decided to include reclaimed wood in their corporate culture. Starbucks to Amazon, Google, and Shake Shack have all brought the beauty and utility of reclaimed wood into their point of sales locations and corporate buildings. This is not just...

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Protect Our Forest Resources with Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed lumber is becoming a more and more popular option for remodeling and construction projects, adding a unique and rustic appearance to both residential and commercial spaces. Reclaimed wood possesses a weathered look that can be a perfect complement to brick, metal, and other woods, and instantly adds to the charm of an office, retail space, kitchen, or bedroom. But...

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Reclaimed Wood: The Greener Way to Build

There's nothing like authentic wood for creating a warm and inviting feel in your home or business. If you’re considering adding a wood feature to your space, however, you also know there are environmental concerns when it comes to using fresh lumber. Ecologically conscious builders may try to avoid using new wood in an attempt to leave a smaller footprint...

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Centennial Woods Video

Take a look at our video to get a little better idea about what we do at Centennial Woods. Watch Now!

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Interiors & Sources

Centennial Woods has been included in Interior & Sources’ first issue of 2012 as part of their “Materials Pavilion”. Take a look on page 33 http://digitaledition.interiorsandsources.com/January_2012/ or pick this month’s issue of Interiors & Sources.

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Centennial Woods Recognized In “Green Building And Design”

Check out our article in this September’s issue of Green Building and Design http://gbdmagazine.com/2011/08/september-2011/

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HGTV VIDEO: Shelving Project

Erin Loechner- “Check out how Ken and I turned an empty, forgotten space into a custom shelving unit using reclaimed Wyoming snowfence (thanks, Centennial Woods!)” http://blog.hgtv.com/design/2011/05/25/a-diy-shelving-unit-video/

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HGTV: Laundry Room Makeover In Progress

…to get the rough, lived-in look I wanted, we contacted a Wyoming-based company called Centennial Woods for some Reclaimed Snowfence and with that, the project began. FULL ARTICLE HERE: http://blog.hgtv.com/design/2011/04/27/laundry-room-makeover-in-progress/

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