Looking for Reclaimed Wood Mantels for Sale Near Me in NJ Area?
Custom reclaimed and new wood mantels is our specialty!
We produce high quality reclaimed and new wood fireplace mantels surrounds in a variety of unique styles in NJ. Reclaimed, hand-hewn, rough sawn, rustic texture and wire brushed to look old.
Our wood mantels are hollowed out for easy installation and lightweight, they can be made solid as well.
We keep in stock more than 100 wood mantels already made to choose from.
Their dimensions are from 4’ to 7’ foot long, if we don’t have the dimensions, you are looking for, we can custom make it to your exact dimensions in 3 to 4 weeks lead time.
Every single wood mantel is handcrafted to accomplish a unique look in everyone using domestic real wood like rustic pine, wormy maple, alder, oak, walnut, and cherry.
Feel free to stop by showroom in NJ, one of our professional crafters will help you to choose the right style, size, and color mantel for your home that is going to match your design.
We also custom make wooden corbels in case you are looking to add it to your fireplace.
Come by and get your reclaimed wood mantels, we have many styles and dimensions already made. Ask for installation prices.
Prices start at $115 per linear foot.
Reclaimed Wood Fireplace Mantels Shelves Installed by Us in NJ
Each wood mantel has unique features and is made to your requirements, for size & finish. Every piece of our wooden surrounds ooze with a character of their own. The timber ceiling beams are used carefully selected for their grain structure, texture and appearance.
Wood Touch LLC is a wood shop located in NJ, right off route 80 next to Fairfield New Jersey, we serve local customer and customers from New York, Long Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Our wood Fireplace Mantels are made using traditional techniques with some modern twists. One of our special features is the raised grain appearance which gives a 3D effect to the surface of the wood. This is achieved by meticulously brushing out the fibrous wood tissue between the grains leaving a ‘hill and valley’ look to the surface of the timber, creating something truly stunning!