Conklin's Authentic Antique Barnwood & Hand Hewn Beams

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Conklin's Authentic Antique Barnwood & Hand Hewn Beams

(570) 465-3832
18 Conklin Road
Susquehanna, PA 18847
www.conklinsbarnwood.com

Conklin's Authentic Barnwood was established in January 1970 by Leo L. Conklin and his son, Terry. In 1976, Leo's wife Sandy joined the business.

As pioneers in the industry, they began a journey that would take them from rural Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, to be known worldwide as one of the leaders in recycled lumber. As the business grew, the Conklin family found many ways to create architectural treasures by developing different techniques to bring out the beauty of aged wood.

From floors with rich patina to Hand Hewn ceiling beams, mantle beams or custom furniture, Conklin's offers a variety of services with all the same quality and high standard you've come to expect with the Conklin name. This is just one reason why Conklin's Authentic Barnwood is truly one of the best kept secrets in Lakeside, Pennsylvania.

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