Reclaimed Oak Beams

Reclamation Yard in East Sussex

Reclaimed Oak BeamsAuthentic Reclamation is based on the Kent and Sussex border and supplies reclaimed building materials to the whole of the South East including Surrey and South London.

We have been sourcing and supplying reclaimed building materials to the building, landscaping and private sectors for more than 20 years. We stock oak beams in all sizes from the smallest rafter up to 12 by 12 inch tie beams and bigger. We stock joists, purlings, rafters, upright posts, gaol posts and braces in all sizes. We also stock new seasoned oak beams and currently hold a stock of furniture grade air-dried English oak.

We can deliver your Reclaimed Oak Beams

We are based on the Kent and East Sussex borders about 10 miles south of Tunbridge Wells and we deliver to the whole of the South East including West Sussex, Surrey and South London. There may be a small charge to cover our costs, but with larger orders delivery is often included in the price. Call us on 01580 201258 for a quotation.

We are also really happy to deliver anywhere in Mainland UK and have even been known to ship worldwide!

Antique Oak Beams

We can supply all your antique oak beam needs from a single beam to a complete barn. Imported mainly from France, we stock everything from rafters – ideal for stud walls and ceilings – to floor joists, tie beams up to 16 by 16 inches and 30 feet long. The beams in the picture have been used to build an oak framed garage. Our reclaimed Oak beams are often used to make a feature over a fireplace.

Green Oak Beams

Reclaimed Oak BeamsWe also supply new green oak beams, some of which are now well seasoned as we have stored them for 5 years or more. Again we stock everything from rafters and floor joists to bigger beams for larger projects. The beams pictured have been used to build a modern oak framed office.

Air Dried English Oak Beams

We also stock air dried English Oak beams suitable for furniture making. Our current stock was bought for storage at the turn of the new millennium. The oak was originally cut to build a replica ship. We bought the surplus oak and machined it into manageable sizes before storing it for air drying.