COVID-19 UPDATES - SHOWROOM OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Do not come to the showroom if you been outside of Canada in the last 14 days, have been in contact with anyone who is positive or awaiting results, or you are awaiting results
Do not come to the showroom if you or someone in your household has: cough or shortness of breath, fever or chills, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, headache, fatigue, or nausea/vomiting/diarrhea
SOUTHAMPTON SHOWROOM Open normal hours, limited capacity
DURHAM MILL SITE By appointment only - call 519.369.3457 to book
PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING OR VISITING ANY LOCATION:
MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES IN THE SHOWROOM covering nose and mouth.
If you are unable to wear a mask or prefer curb-side pickup, we would be happy to coordinate products via curb-side pickup for you.
Washrooms are closed to the public—ask for assistance
Customers must sanitize at our station upon entry
As of February 16th, we transition back into limited capacity appointment-only booking. By booking an appointment, you help our small team assist you in a safe environment.
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO'S PREMIER RECLAIMED MATERIAL AND COMPONENTS SUPPLIER. SERVING THE KW REGION SINCE 1993.
With locations in Waterloo, Southampton, and our full mill site operation in Durham, The Timeless Material Company serves contractors, designers, and individuals with a variety of reclaimed wood products and architectural salvage. Operating over the past 20 years, The Timeless Material Company in cooperation with Kieswetter Demolition have carefully curated and meticulously reclaimed material from hundreds of historic buildings including century homes, factories, wineries, barns, and churches and diverted over a million board feet of material otherwise destined for the landfill. Discover the past at any of our locations.
Wall & Surface Cladding
Reclaimed Timbers & Boardstock
Furniture Design & Fabrication
Reclaimed & Re-milled Flooring
Osmo Finishing Products
& Much More
Together with Kieswetter Demolition we have successfully diverted and repurposed countless tonnes of material from local landfills. The path that material takes from its place on a demo job site to your home can be a long and winding one—we are often found educating customers on that journey as it is one of the biggest contributors to our pricing structure. Materials pass through many hands, under many discerning gazes, and rack up more than a few kilometres.
Think about a plank or timber being carefully and skillfully reclaimed to preserve its appearance and usefulness, transported to one of our processing locations, assessed, de-nailed and metal detected, stored and dried properly until such time that it is transported to our showroom as-is or selected for milling into wall cladding or flooring. Only after this journey is it deemed ready to sell or use in our custom fabrication process.
We don't always know where every piece is derived from as we consistently have an abundance of product arriving on our doorstep, but we try our best to highlight the more monumental structures. See some of the amazing structures below that we have had the pleasure of repurposing material from.