Popular Tavern Restaurant Features Pioneer Millworks’ Reclaimed Wood in New Locations

Jeremiah’s Tavern in Rochester, NY is using reclaimed barn siding from Pioneer Millworks on the exterior of their newest restaurants and bringing more storied wood inside with mixed reclaimed softwoods flooring.

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Pioneer Millworks’ line of mixed softwoods is characterized by deep coffee to lighter brown tones with a variety of knots, original patina, and some saw marks.

Design trends for commercial spaces continue to draw from organic and natural materials, with reclaimed wood being a perfect fit.

Farmington, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

Jeremiah’s Tavern joins other renowned restaurants incorporating Pioneer Millworks’ reclaimed wood to create a unique atmosphere and highlight their commitment to the environment. Their newest location features reclaimed barn siding on the exterior façade of the restaurant, with custom selected mixed softwoods flowing throughout the interior as flooring. In addition, timber trusses crafted by Pioneer Millworks’ sister company New Energy Works Timberframers add atmosphere and structure. Jeremiah’s Tavern in Penfield, NY is slated to open on August 15th, 2014.

“Design trends for commercial spaces continue to draw from organic and natural materials, with reclaimed wood being a perfect fit. Reclaimed wood is a flexible medium, working as interior or exterior siding on an entire structure, or in select areas as flooring or paneling to highlight architectural details or add visual interest,” explained Jered Slusser, reclaimed wood and design expert at Pioneer Millworks.

The patinated barn siding sourced by Pioneer Millworks has stood up to years of weathering in its previous life, giving the wood an oxidized surface layer of protection and allowing it to be put right back into service. Pioneer Millworks reclaims dilapidated agricultural structures that have outlived their usefulness, sorting and milling planks and timbers for re-use. A hand selected mixture of reclaimed softwoods creates a consistent yet unique floor in the taverns celebrating the antique wood’s natural patina and occasional paint remnants.

“Pioneer Millwork's reclaimed barn siding continues to be a fantastic product for the design community. The selections we offer in terms of color, combined with our expert milling and finishing, make it a perfect material for walls, ceilings, fixtures and more,” continued Slusser.

Pioneer Millworks is a leader in the reclaimed wood industry. To date, they’ve rescued nearly 22 million board feet of old wood from rot and landfills, giving it new life as flooring, millwork, cabinetry, and more. All are manufactured in the USA from New York and Oregon — in a way that’s healthy for customers, employees, and the environment. Pioneer Millworks is FSC certified and Green America approved. All of their products are LEED point eligible.