Month: December 2014

How #YEW Saved the Seattle Holiday Tree!

The Christmas Tree is an iconic symbol of the season. Many will set up their PERFECT tree after Thanksgiving and will enjoy it through the end of the year…or maybe even until Valentine’s Day like one of our own did last year (we know your secrets, Kadence!).  At Earthwise, we, too, have been enjoying the splendor of a giant 10’ Christmas tree in classic Earthwise-style. It all began when the store manager, Lacy, was drooling over a catalog and saw a reclaimed,  slatted wood Christmas tree.  She thought to herself, “EW could make one of those…probably cooler!” So, she...

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Be in the Salvage State of Mind for all of 2015!

Our customers (#yew) are curious folk – hey, that’s probably why you’re coming to a salvage shop in the first place: you love to go treasure hunting! We consistently get questions wondering when the next sale is, what workshop is next month, what they can do with this salvaged door…well, we are we are very excited to announce a brand new bit of work you’ve all been asking for: Stay in #EWsalvage state of mind all year long with our new 2015 calendars! Full of inspiring images, your #ewfamous shots (we sure do love seeing those pics – keep...

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Salvage Word Wednesdays: Board Foot

Salvage Word Wednesdays began as an answer to a customer’s curiosity – see the first post here! In these posts, expect to find a jargon or EWSlang term and its definition with an example (or two!) of how we use it, to the best of our abilities/knowledge. See the whole series here! If you have questions or want to submit a word, please send us your ideas via email at marketing@ewsalvage.com. Week 2: BOARD FOOT EWSalvage Example: “Reclaimed lumber is sold by the board foot.” This term is a relatively young term to ‘Americanism’ and building trades jargon, emerging...

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