We invite you to let us help you in selecting appropriate materials for your projects. We are always happy to provide multiple preliminary pricing or final quotes based upon your take-offs or from transmitted plans. Samples are available upon request.
We can supply a great variety of hardwood and softwood paneling and siding custom milled from antique/reclaimed materials. Many of these materials can be provided with original faces featuring patina and saw texture. Shown below is Antique Eastern White Pine paneling re-sawn from century old floor joists and exterior shiplap siding milled from River Recovered Cypress.
Our newest product offering in this category is Antique Yellow Poplar milled to siding. Many century old (and older) painted clapboard homes east of the Mississippi River are clad in first growth Poplar which has above average resistance to rot. We are marketing this material to used as painted siding where durability as well as sustainability are critical.
We have great sources for Antique Barn Siding with excellent pricing. Our suppliers sort by species so we can offer not only traditional mixed softwood siding but also White Oak, Poplar and American Chestnut. In addition to being used for their original purpose, these materials can be processed into amazing paneling. Pictured below are antique Oak barn siding planed into paneling profile and Weathered Gray barn siding used as lapped horizontal siding on a contemporary home.
Striving to give Architects, Designers and Builders more choices for paneling, soffit material, etc. we bring in not only high quality clear KD Douglas Fir, Cedar and Hemlock but also KD #2 and Select (clear) Cypress Eastern White Pine (shown in photo below. Most of these materials are milled upon order and we have great flexibility as far as profile and lengths.
Black Locust is an excellent domestic alternative to Ipe and other tropical species. We are now producing this material in conjunction with one of our suppliers and pricing is very favorable to Ipe. Other great choices for decking are Alaska Yellow Cedar and Port Orford Cedar. Not true Cedars, these sister species also have a wonderful natural rot resistance.
We've got a unique variety of high-quality exterior wood building materials for your next project