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A Thorn in Our Side – Literally


De-Nailing may be the Most Valuable Step in Processing Reclaimed Wood Every piece of reclaimed wood we receive at our mill shop goes through the de-nailing process. And, every employee working at Tuscarora has been through, and still works on, de-nailing. So, why would this process be a thorn in our side? It's [...]

A Thorn in Our Side – Literally2018-05-31T17:36:15-04:00

Aged Sawn Hardwood in Colorful Colorado


The Beauty of Colorado is the Perfect Backdrop for this Rustic Flooring Many of the larger reclaimed hardwood flooring projects produced in our mill shop are shipped west of the Mississippi River where soft wood is more abundant. So, it's an extra special post when we get to share photos from these beautiful [...]

Aged Sawn Hardwood in Colorful Colorado2018-05-08T18:10:28-04:00

Custom Beam Skin Install


Beam Skins can be a Versatile Accent in place of Full Beams What a difference before and after photos can make! Take for instance this large interior wall and vaulted ceiling which looks pretty standard before. Add these hand-hewn beams and the massive size of the wall stands out with rustic appeal. [...]

Custom Beam Skin Install2018-04-17T15:43:45-04:00

A Ceiling Transformation


An Amazing Box Beam and Decking Combination! We love this combination of beams and decking and the way it adds so much warmth to this kitchen. The reclaimed wood is a mix of various hardwoods highlighting the original circle sawn texture and natural patina. All the wood is custom cut specifically for [...]

A Ceiling Transformation2018-03-15T12:15:25-04:00

Extraordinary is in the Details


Attention to Details can make a Basic Staircase Extraordinary Often times staircases can become an after thought, they're just a necessary function to get from one level to another. But, what if we paid a little more attention to the details of a staircase to make it extraordinary? Our reclaimed wood flooring is [...]

Extraordinary is in the Details2018-02-20T15:02:37-05:00

Our Newest Product Featured in Troy Daily News


Eco-Friendly Family Business Branches Out We're thrilled to share some of the Tuscarora story and our newest salvaged product with Troy Daily News. The full article is included below or view the original posting here. Originally posted by Troy Daily News on January 27, 2018 - By Melanie Yingst Long’s Tuscarora Wood Midwest thrives in [...]

Our Newest Product Featured in Troy Daily News2018-01-29T17:36:14-05:00

Design Build Cincy


Tuscarora Featured on a Cincinnati Design Showcase Design Build Cincy is the first-of-its-kind of design show. For the past three years, Design Build Cincy has been connecting the area’s most talented artisans, craftsmen, designers and fabricators/makers with discerning homeowners and design professionals who care about quality and craftsmanship. Here’s an excerpt from the [...]

Design Build Cincy2018-01-25T11:04:48-05:00

A Christmas Surprise!


What does a millshop owner do for Christmas? This custom table has definitely been our favorite build to date for a number of reasons. These custom pedestal beams were a fun change of pace to design and mill and I was blessed to have some extra special help from my son on [...]

A Christmas Surprise!2018-01-15T15:27:30-05:00

Joining Forces for Beautiful Woodwork


Partnering with Good Wood Working Friends We love to work with good friends creating beautiful wood products. Stull Woodworks in Troy, Ohio is one such friend. Stull Woodworks offers some of the highest quality joinery techniques and is know nationwide for their superb craftsmanship and dedicated service. We partnered with them on joining this [...]

Joining Forces for Beautiful Woodwork2017-12-13T13:45:32-05:00

Why Kiln Dry Wood?


Offering the Best Quality Reclaimed Wood for Your Home One of the first questions we’re asked at our shop is why do we still kiln dry reclaimed wood since it has been air drying for 100 plus years. There are a variety of answers to this question but we’ll narrow it down to [...]

Why Kiln Dry Wood?2017-12-05T15:37:43-05:00
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