Our antique barn boards are reclaimed from barns, which are slated for demolition or are no longer structurally sound. The natural weathering and aging process over the last 100 to 200 years has created unique characteristics and charm that can be achieved through time. Barn siding usually contains checking, insect holes, nails throughout, and noticeable weathering on at least one side. Coloring varies yet the planks are generally have a grey hue from weathering.
Available Widths: 6"to12"
Available Lengths: 3' to 12'
Thickness: 3/4" to 1"
Nail Holes: Random
Hemlock and Spruce planking is reclaimed from the floors of barns. The surface varies from a worn texture, which were high traffic areas, to a naturally aged rough sawn surface. There are a number of popular uses for this product; ceilings, flooring and exterior siding with chinking joints.