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Considering continuing Covid 19 concerns, we ask that you call the office to schedule a visit to the showroom.

Please call 301-845-2500

We will do our best to accommodate your needs. Hope to hear from you soon.

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If you need reclaimed wood for a residential or commercial project,  Vintage Lumber provides high quality reclaimed wood for a wide range of applications. When you purchase reclaimed wood from our company, you are obtaining a product that not only meets your needs, but helps the environment as well. Using reclaimed lumber reuses natural resources, thus no trees are harvested when you buy reclaimed Vintage Lumber. To learn more about our reclaimed wood selection and our company, please feel free to call our office at 301-845-2500.

We are proud to offer:

  • Free estimates
  • Quality customer service
  • More than 43 years of experience
  • Antique and new lumber inventory
  • Precision quality mill work
  • Customized individual designs


The decision to choose reclaimed wood is smart for many reasons. Some of the advantages of reclaimed wood include:

Durable Materials: Reclaimed Barn Lumber’s durability is two fold: First, Reclaimed lumber is sourced from older and larger timbers than most of the conventional lumber sold in stores today. Second, decades of drying and seasoning make Reclaimed lumber more stable.

Sustainability: Instead of the landfill, lumber is reused, saving other trees from being harvested.

Energy Consumption: Fewer trees cut down, means less natural resources are being used for harvest and processing.

History: Old, reclaimed buildings have a history and a story.

The Feel: Reclaimed Barn Wood is full of character, color, history and an undeniable energy. You’re making the world and your home a better place.

About Us

Established in 1973 by Alex Grabenstein, Vintage Lumber's objective was to reuse reclaimed lumber obtained from dismantled derelict barns and other agricultural buildings in central Maryland. Well before the "green movement," Alex determined that reclaimed lumber provides a high quality and cost effective resource of building materials for new construction. Originally intended for use structurally, it was quickly discovered that this historic material had more widespread appeal as functional but decorative antique wood flooring, beams and siding.