In any highly competitive industry; the very survival of a business depends on how uniquely it positions itself within the market. Offered services, efficiency, cost and timeline are all significant factors that weigh heavy on the scale. Many companies do demolition; and a lot build; but very few can do both, and do both well. When decommissioning a building, their fresh perspective allows them to find efficiencies where others simply would not. By being salvage focused, AgedWood.ca. is dedicated to preservation as they upcycle anything they possibly can.
While many will claim that they’re environmentally minded, that they recycle and are green; AgedWood.ca has differentiated themselves by their re-utilization of materials. They have a firm grasp on the concept of upcycling, which entails taking any material and breathing new life into it; therefore altering its value and beauty far beyond its original assessment.
Any time Aged Wood begins a demolition project
Their attention goes to waste diversion and the re-utilization of materials. Even if they won’t serve in the existing project. Rather than being discarded for the sake of expediency, materials get added to inventory knowing that they’ll most probably serve at a later date. Many items can patiently wait decades before being brought back to useful service, after all, insight creates opportunity!
AgedWood.ca, specializes in demolition and design build, has a customer service driven approach. Serving clients in the Greater Toronto Area, including demolition in Oshawa, Whitby, Peterborough, and Bowmanville. Deeply passionate about their vision, they enjoy the risks and possibilities that come with each new project. Given the fickle nature of reclaimed materials, many will play it safe by using them only as a veneer or cover rather than utilizing the materials how they were originally intended. Their extensive experience with modern engineering and building codes allows AgedWood.ca to meet any and all challenges. The finished product that comes from building with repurposed wood and materials is what they love most.
Their approach runs much deeper than simply being able to complete a specific project. It’s the passion that comes from being able to replicate a feel, recreate history. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of taking old, interesting historical materials and marrying them to fresh new ones. This marriage brings to life some of the most interesting stylistic combinations.