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Barnwood & Reclaimed Wood Siding
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Click on the photos to the right to view larger pictures and more information on these fantastic reclaimed wood siding products. These are the products we actively promote, but the possibilities are nearly endless so if you don't see what you want here just give us a call.
Antique, Reclaimed, Salvaged...?
Here is the skinny on how we use these words. Antique describes wood which was put into it's first use more than 75 years ago. Reclaimed descibes any wood which has been put to use previously and has been reclaimed from that use; usually we use the word to describe wood which was put into use less than 75 years ago. Salvaged products come from trees which have been killed by fire or beettle, but are still standing in the forest; any product with salvaged in the name is milled from this timber; while it is not reclaimed, it does not consume living trees.
Some of our woods come from generic barns through out the U.S., and while the barns may be generic their history is far from it. There are stories in each of these barns; unfortunately we usually don't have access to many specific stories. Other products come from sources where we do know the story, such as the Lucin Cut-Off Railroad Trestle, a High School Football Stadium, Heinz, Vlassic...
Signs of Previous Use
All of our wood siding has some signs of previous use-we even add it to our salvaged products-which includes saw marks, weathering, ferrous bleed, critter tracking, wear marks, nail and bolt holes, color variations and patina. No product will have all of these characteristics, but one or more characteristic is had in each product. These signs are the hallmark of reclaimed wood and provide you with evidence of the wood's history.
We describe here various, popular ways to apply these products as siding. Some products lend themselves to different applications; the application may be as important as the selected product. So take a look at the applications as well as the products themselves.
Ultimately, sustainability lies in how a product is used and disposed. Starting with wood which has had a FirstUse is a good start. Some of these woods were put into use as much as 200 years ago, and this wood siding, under the right circumstances, could last another 200 years.
All of our Antique and Reclaimed siding products qualify for points in the US Green Building Council's LEED Certification program. Many of these products can also be Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified qualifying for additional points in the LEED program.
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