No two planks of weathered siding are the same because this barn wood carries the characteristics of the elements specific to its unique place, time, and journey. Our weathered siding is sourced from Pennsylvania barns located on hills and in valleys. Some are covered in ivy, others experience the harshness of three seasons in one day. Multiply those conditions by 200 years, and the result is weathered siding.
Because of its uniqueness, the coloration of weathered siding varies from cool gray to warm brown and rich black. Weathered to rustic perfection, this barn wood cannot be “faux created” and provides a one-of-a-kind look to siding, paneling, and ceiling accents.
Weathered siding varies dependent on what is available in individual barns and wood sources. Inventory is cut to desired specifications upon request.
Width | commonly from 4-10”
Length | commonly from 6-16'
Thickness | commonly from 3/4" to 1”
Available Services | kiln drying, milling, edging
Surface Texture | condition as is reclaimed from barn
Sourced from wood boxes for growing mushrooms in Lancaster County, PA, "mushroom board" offers rich color tones and rugged, textured panels.
Named after the silvery finish that develops on hemlock wood after its exposure to natural elements, "grey board" presents a clean, modern look.
Weathered to rustic perfection, this barn wood siding tells the story of its unique time and place in a manner that cannot be "faux created."
Straight from Pennsylvania dairy farms that used a lime wash on their barns, "classic whitewashed" wood gives a bright, natural pop of character.
The true naturally aged patina of "brown board" reveals a variety of rich, warm, brown hues in species like oak and hickory.
These 2” log skins are carefully selected from only the finest hand-hewn barn beams on local Pennsylvania farms.