About Us

We are a reclaimed and re-purposed lumber manufacturer and supplier located in the heart of Amish country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We offer a variety of lumber for architectural and residential projects, artwork, flooring, and accent designs. Our years of experience and quality workmanship ensure we can help you to choose the best wood materials for creating your customized design.

The Amish and we take time, care and give respect to the reclaiming process of these old buildings. Our beautiful lumber and flooring is reclaimed from support beams, siding, and flooring from 100 year-old barns, homes, and factories. The lumber used to build these structures originally would have been cut from virgin forest. At harvesting time these trees would have been several hundred years old. Virgin forests grow very slowly, making the grain tighter for a stronger grain structure. The beautiful colors, character and the rich patina color can only happen with time. Once the structure is torn down and delivered to us, everything is done at our shop: custom cutting, milling, and kiln drying.

Because of the area we live in, you can almost hear the conversations that took place within these buildings. There is a history in every board and a story yet to be told. There is no better way of telling your story and the history of your creation than by showing off your finished work.

End Grain Design & Reclaimed Lumber

Lumber & Wood in Lancaster County

Located in Lancaster County’s southern end and surrounded by Amish farmlands, End Grain Design & Reclaimed Lumber is a re-purposed lumber manufacturer and reclaimed wood supplier. Backed by their many years of experience and skilled craftsmanship, End Grain customizes flooring, tabletops, and wall art to the requests of designers, builders, and homeowners.

About Our Reclaimed Wood & Lumber Customizations

End Grain’s beautiful lumber is reclaimed from the support beams, siding, and flooring of old structures. Most of these buildings are over a hundred years old and the lumber used in original construction would have been cut from virgin wood. Virgin forest grew very slowly making the grain tighter for a stronger grain structure. The beautiful colors, characters, and the rich patina color can only happen with time. This in turn ages the lumber between 300 to 500 years, when it was reclaimed.

Each reclaimed structure is carefully torn down to preserve as much lumber as possible. Once the lumber is delivered to our shop, everything is done on-site, including cutting, kiln drying, and milling. Let us assist you in choosing the best lumber for your project.