Operation: Tears of the 22

Operation: Tears of the 22 is a non-profit organization that brings awareness and prevention of Veteran suicide by connecting veterans with veterans and the brotherhood missed by all. Over the past weekend we were honored to partner with this wonderful cause and Stu’s Clean Cookin’ to feed our local veterans. 22 soldiers commit suicide each day in our nation, and this awareness is brought to the forefront with organizations such as these. If you are interested in helping with donations or interested in event partnering, please email tearsof22@yahoo.com.

Beyond The Build

Do you dream of a new table? New counter tops?  Want to add some spark to a blank wall?  Our Beyond Reclaimed division sees your vision and turns it into a reality.  There are many reasons to choose a business to tackle your next project but having a peace of mind knowing the task will be done with absolute professionalism is #1 on the list. We will tackle these questions and answer why you should hire a professional for your future projects and remodels.

Here are the top 5 reasons to hire a professional:

1. Peace of mind knowing the task will be done with absolute professionalism and the highest of standards takes away the stress that can come with any project. From furniture and accent walls, to flooring and counter tops, we have the ability and know how to complete each task. 

2. No hassle with buying the materials. Making sure you have everything you need to finish your project can be daunting. What screws should you use? Do you have all the right tools? Our team assess every detail to make sure we have all that is needed for each piece. 

3. Having a design team. Along with the actual build, our design team brings your ideas to life. From meetings, texts, emails and phone conversations, we finalize each project with a draft to assure we have met each standard. We strive for your satisfaction and will work endlessly to achieve that goal.

4. Providing growth for our business. Each company has a story and we are proud of ours and where we are today. Our family and veteran owned company will guide you each step of the way. By choosing us, you are helping a small business not only provide for their families but help to build and grow to exceed our customers’ expectations.

5. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We put everything we have into our products. If at any time, you are unhappy with your purchase we will work with you to find a resolution. If something happens, we will guarantee to fix the issue. Rest assured, we will do whatever it takes to ensure you are completely satisfied with our work. 

Our knowledge is a HUGE bonus in assuring you get exactly what you want with any project. With 30+ years of experience, we have the ability to pair each wood species to any specific piece. Not all wood is good for indoors, and not all wood is good for outdoors. Over the years, we have ascertained the differences through the process of elimination. Though we have snagged many failures, they have led to our success and promise to provide you with perfection. 

Tiny House Nation

“Tiny Digs for Racing Pigs”

Fayetteville, Arkansas

​Tiny House Nation is an American reality television series. It is a tiny house movement-inspired series which features renovation experts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin who assist families around the country building their desired houses that are no bigger than 500 square feet.They help people by downsizing their space to upgrade their life. ​Carol and Charlie Boger run the Ham Bone Express, a pig racing extravaganza. “It’s like a NASCAR race, but with swine,” Carol stated.  After years of living life on the road, they wanted to settle down and make a tiny house their retirement home. Charlie said “It’s my goal to mow the yard every 5 days.” John and Zack’s mission is to help them make the transition from pig racing road warriors to contented tiny house dwellers. 

​Their tiny house started with a school bus that had driven it’s last mile. Stripped down to its shell, the bus only contained 28 feet by 8 feet of space to work with. Carol said “I want my kitchen outside and I want it big enough to break bread with my people.” This initially seemed like a problem because of the tiny remodels the show is used to doing. “To do an outdoor room, to do a kitchen, that’s gonna take a lot more manpower and a lot more resources,” said John. “It’s pretty obvious we need some help finishing off Carol’s vision for the outdoor room, so we reached out to a local company for help,” John stated. That’s where we come in…​

We put together their outdoor party central. We mixed our vision along with Carol’s vision and came up with some unique and one of a kind pieces. We used a slew of different reclaimed materials for this project, including our cargo wood that is reclaimed from the floors of decommissioned semi-trailers. Jonathan Moll, our Vice President of Business Development had an idea for seating, and thus came to life our reclining Ozark Star Gazer. These Adirondack chairs were one of our favorite pieces to add to this project. “I wanted something different and personal to add for the Boger’s and I’m pretty happy with how these turned out,” Jonathan said. ​One piece that stood out, was made and designed by Jonathan and the late, Jacob Moll. The rustic appeal fit perfectly with all of the other elements in the outdoor kitchen. It came to life from just a vision in and we think it turned out stunning!

This project was by far one of our biggest achievements to date, and our creativity soared through each piece. Using mostly reclaimed materials in this particular project added the uniqueness the clients desired, along with the natural aesthetic that was warranted for these beautiful pieces. Thank you, Tiny House Nation for allowing us to be a part of this episode!

​Catch our episode (originally aired on 9.21.19) on A&E or stream on Netflix. Season 5, episode 13 “Tiny Digs for Racing Pigs”