Channel Rustic

Rustic wood siding that has a lot of character with a deep 1” channel casting a dramatic shadow-line. The distinctive rough sawn texture brings a warm, rustic appeal to any building. The channel rustic pattern also allows the material to not only be installed horizontally but it can be installed vertically and diagonally. With the way the profile overlaps the next board it provides excellent weather protection and the rough sawn face adds an enormous amount of character to a home. This siding is ¾” thick and available in widths of 8” and 10” and lengths ranging from 8’ – 16’.

Shiplap

HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL APPLICATION - INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR USES

Shiplap creates the look of “clapboard” siding. When horizontally applied, the rabbetted or shiplap edge overlaps to ensure a tight installation against weather and self-aligns one board to another. This siding is ¾” thick and available in 4", 6”, 8” & 10” widths with lengths ranging from 8’ – 16’. Two surface textures are offered: rough sawn and smooth.

Novelty

HORIZONTAL SIDING

Novelty siding became popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The top rounded “scallop” and the shiplap edge create a very different play of light and shadow on the wall surface, thus resulting in a distinctive character. Novelty has a smooth surface texture, is ¾” thick, and available in 6”, 8” & 10” widths and lengths from 8 – 16’.

Log

Log Cabin siding allows you to integrate the exquisiteness of a log home with conventional frame construction. It looks exactly like a log but requires 75% less wood. It’s shiplap design ensures a tight installation against weather and eliminates the need for chinking between logs. Log Siding is milled from 2 x 8  and 2 x 6 Eastern White Pine and the smooth face texture has a finished thickness of 1 ½”. We also manufacture a profile that comes from 5/4 stock.

Adirondak

CAN ALSO BE CALLED WAVEY EDGE OF LIVE EDGE ---HORIZONTAL APPLICATION 

 

Adirondack is our most rustic style of siding, creating the “less formal” country living atmosphere. One edge of this siding is cut to follow the actual contour of the log while the other three sides are squared. Adirondack siding makes an excellent companion to log cabin style homes. This rough sawn siding averages 10 to 12” in width and available in lengths of 8’, 10’, 12’, 14’ and 16’.

 

IT CAN BE MANUFACTURED IN ¾ AND 1” THICK MATERIAL 

Board and Batten

Board-and-batten siding is installed for a vertical application and often used as both sheathing and siding. Customarily the rough sawn boards are 1” thick in widths of 8”, 10” or 12”. Battens to cover the gaps between the boards are also 1” thick and 2”, 3” or 4” wide. Lengths for board-and-batten use range from 8’ – 16’.

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