Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding

Weathered to rustic perfection, Reclaimed 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. Barn siding is reclaimed from century old utilitarian structures that are dilapidated or no longer applicable to our modern farming practices.  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 colors.  

Barnwood Siding FAQ

You have questions, we have the answers. Each project is unique and requires special attention to details as well as in depth knowledge of everything from product specification to how it gets delivered. Let us help you navigate the choices and understand what to expect when it comes to realizing your vision.

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What is grey barn siding?

Reclaimed Grey Barn Siding is the weathered exterior of the structures we are salvaging, these planks have been exposed to the elements for decades. The color tones range from silver/grey to deep brown patina that can only be achieved from years of rain, snow, and sun exposure. 

What is natural barn siding?

Reclaimed Natural Barn Siding is the non exterior side of painted barn siding that was not exposed to the elements. The color tones found on this material is a rich antique brown that developed over many decades.

Is barn siding clean?

We suggest allowing Elmwood Reclaimed Timber to process the barn siding in order to give your project the best quality barn wood siding available. We will remove all of the metals from each plank, lightly wash the surface to remove dirt and debris, and then kiln dry the siding to stabilize the wood and remove any insects or mold that can be present in the wood.

Can barn wood siding be used for exterior projects?

Yes, reclaimed barn siding has been on the exterior of a barn for many years. When properly installed the material can continue to be a great exterior product for a new structure.

Is barn siding cut on the edges? 

A standard order of Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding retains the original edges intact, we can straight line rip 1 or 2 edges upon request.

Barnwood Siding Gallery

Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Painted
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Painted
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - White
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - White
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Natural
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding - Grey
Wind River
Wind River
Elk Ridge Rustic
Elk Ridge Rustic
Elk Ridge Rustic
Elk Ridge Rustic