We recently acquired a large inventory of beautiful material from a table manufacturer in Holyoke, MA that is going out of business. It includes 4″x9″ spruce, and rough sawn, air dryed Pennsylvania hardwoods, including Maple, Oak, and Walnut.
We salvaged heart pine and fir from the historic American Tourister building in Warren, Rhode Island. This building, built in the first decade of the 1900’s, helped the manufacturing industry flourish in the Rhode Island area, and we are working to help save a part of this important piece of New England history.
Partnering with the design team at Tsoi/Kobus Associates of Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Jarmak Corporation procured and provided the salvaged timbers out of the circa 1907 American Tourister building in Warren, Rhode Island for reuse in South Street Landing in Providence.
Nobleboro, ME- Around 1850, local craftsmen from the midcoast of Maine collaborated to erect a barn for a local family farm, gathering timbers from the
While traveling across the country to find rare antique wood for an upscale renovation project here in Boston, owner and lumber buyer Arnie Jarmak unearthed
We’re proud to work with our local community to bring the highest quality reclaimed wood products to the market, promoting sustainable building products and businesses! Our
The Jarmak Corporation, along with our sister company Antique Lumber, are proud to offer some of the finest and most prized reclaimed New England
Feb. 2, 2014- Chelsea, MA. Over 25 years ago, owner Arnie Jarmak put down his camera and went to work with the Amish rebuilding barns
This wood tells a story. Over 100 years ago, Lewis Hine captured this photograph of a child working in a textile mill in western Massachusetts.
We’re looking out for our future generations, one story at a time.Today, over 30,000 trees will be cut down in America alone, reducing our planet’s ability
This Fall, we teamed up with our friends at Bensonwood to create a wonderful new timberframe home for one of their clients in New England.