There is no one type of wood that is significantly recycled or reclaimed more than others. One commonly reclaimed wood is longleaf pine. This was used heavily in factories during the Industrial Revolution and is a very slow growing tree, taking 200 to 400 years to reach maturity. A very common source for wood recycling is from barns which were typically made from whatever wood resources were at hand. This includes oak and chesnut as well as poplar, hickory and pine.
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