Reclaim, reuse, repurpose
Over one hundred years ago, the Indiana countryside was littered with beautiful barns that housed all the essentials to every family's farm. Each hand hewn beam took countless hours of labor and love. Today, many of these barns still stand, sometimes in disrepair. They are often too cramped to house today's larger farm equipment, and few people still keep a few cows, chickens, and horses around. So what happens to those barns? They might be left to slowly crumble down on their own, posing a safety and liability concern. They could be burned and buried at the owner's expense, but what a shame to let that gorgeous lumber that our ancestors toiled over go to waste! The third option is our favorite; carefully dismantle and reclaim the barn, reuse the lumber, or repurpose it to create something new and unique!