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Weathered to rustic perfection, Antique Barn Wood Siding has withstood the test of time. Rich with a working history, the timeless beauty of antique barn wood is unmistakable. No two planks of antique barn wood siding are the same. The coloring and weathered characteristics depend on whether the barn was located on a hill, in a valley, covered in ivy, or left exposed to the sun. The siding on a single barn will also differ. One side might face South and be exposed to more sun while another area will be covered by a old oak tree.
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Barn siding is reclaimed from century old utilitarian structures that are dilapidated or no longer applicable to our modern farming practices. We never reclaim a structure that is of historical importance or is still in working condition. The historic original barns located throughout the United States were most commonly left natural, which ages from a beautiful light brown to silvery grey coloring, or painted red or white. We offer our barn siding in a mixed softwood, the more common siding, and in a mixed hardwood. The edge profiles range from square edges, ship lap, and more unique edging such as car siding. We even run across barn siding with various moldings such as bead board. We provide our siding as-is, denailed, power washed, and kiln dried. Whatever state you desire your siding in, we can provide it. Antique Barn Wood Siding is available in a variety of sizes as well as a wide range of color and texture types.