In a recent article on NationalGeographic.com regarding the emerald ash borer beetle epidemic in North America, reporter Tina Casagrand specifically mentioned the reclamation and recycling efforts of the Urban Lumber Company. It's a great article regarding the topic and we're grateful to be recognized for our work.
Here's a link to the article...
We were honored by our friends at the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) Sold Waste Management District this past Wednesday with a special recognition for our contributions to recycling and waste reduction in the Kansas City region in 2014. Looking back over this past year, we've been thrilled to be able to open our doors and actively share our [...]
Our favorite thing to do is milling lumber for great folks like Kevin Jarvis, Brass Tacks KC, and grateful to be a part of this story by Summer House Films.
From our friends Paul and Linda: "Lastly, this is the room finished. I can't thank you guys enough. It was exactly the right touch for the room."Thank you for sharing! We agree, great finishing touch.
We sincerely love it when ya'll share your projects with us. Nothing like some classic vinyl paired with some classic wood. Thanks again for the "after" pics, Brittany!
Many thanks to our friends at the The Pitch for recognizing the Urban Lumber Company. We earned a Critic's Choice nod as the "Best Place for Hard Wood" in Kansas City. Here's the writeup.The Urban Lumber Co. began turning other people’s trash into treasure back in 2005, when woodworker Tim O’Neill started sawing trees — discarded from [...]
Woodworker Kevin Jarvis (Brass Tacks KC) added a finished honey locust top with a double live edge to a restored Singer sewing machine table frame that one of his clients found in KC's West Bottoms. That's a single board measuring 30" x 24". Pretty nice result.