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  • Old Hickory

    Old Hickory

    Few men were as sturdy as “Old Hickory” Andrew Jackson. The 7th President of the United States was very passionate about dueling his opponents to defend his honor. His famous duel against Charles Dickinson in 1806 was the perfect example of his vigor. Jackon knew the duel would be more of a battle of wits because Dickinson was an excellent marksman. Jackson developed a strong strategy for the duel, one that ended up proving fatal.


  • Olde Wood Announces Release of Their New BIM Objects on

    Olde Wood Announces Release of Their New BIM Objects on

    ARCAT, a major publisher of building product information, has developed and posted on their site data rich AutoDesk® Revit® BIM objects for Olde Wood Limited. Anyone can use these objects at no charge. Additionally, appropriate product data has been added to each object, saving architects and engineers a significant amount of time doing data entry and product research.


  • The Story Behind Antique Factory Plank

    The Story Behind Antique Factory Plank

    As the nation moved from an agricultural focus to an industrial focus in the 19th century, the country gained lots of manufacturing power. Mills and factories were rapidly built to keep up with society’s demands - and each needed a floor. Finding a flooring material that was readily available and sturdy enough to handle the daily foot-traffic of a factory proved to be a challenge.


  • Introducing Primitive Tiny Homes by Olde Wood

    Introducing Primitive Tiny Homes by Olde Wood

    Learn more about our primitive tiny homes crafted with an original handcrafted mortise & tenon frame, created by our team of timber frame experts and Amish carpenters using our reclaimed building materials.


  • Project Spotlight - Two Floors, One Beautiful Home

    Project Spotlight - Two Floors, One Beautiful Home

    Take a look at a project we worked on that includes two beautiful wide plank floors!


  • The Hundred Horse Chestnut

    The Hundred Horse Chestnut

    In Sicily, Italy there lives a tree called the Hundred Horse Chestnut. According to local legend, the tree was named after it provided shelter for the Queen of Naples and 100 of her knights during a thunderstorm a few hundred years ago. As you can imagine, in order to shelter that many people, the tree is quite large. But the tree’s size isn’t its only impressive characteristic.


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