reclaimed barn siding lumber


“Antique” siding collected from old barns & structures.  Material is typically Heart Pine however it can also be White OakAmerican Chestnut or even Hemlock.  Boards usually run about an inch thick with 10 to 12 foot lengths, and can include knots, checking, cracks, bug holes, nail holes and more.

Characteristics of Reclaimed Barn Siding

Origin of Wood Type Reclaimed material from old barns & structures- most commonly from barn siding
Botanical Name Pinus palustris (Yellow Heart Pine)
Specific Gravity 0.67
Avg. Weight Per BF 4 lb/bf
Color Range Yellow – Gold – Light Brown
Rarity / Availability Being a reclaimed material, the stock fluctuates- please call for more information- 1.888.814.0007 / 1.610.932.7400
Typical Avg. Width 3″ to 10″
Typical Avg. Length 10′ to 12′
Avg. Waste Factor 30% to 50%
Wood Uses Interior Designs, Mantels, Furniture and many other uses
Lumber Grades Rustic
Other Trade Names Grey Barn Siding, Reclaimed Siding, Reclaimed Heart Pine, Reclaimed White Oak, American Chestnut, Reclaimed Chestnut. If Reclaimed Pine, other trade names include- Yellow Pine, Yellow Heart Pine, Longleaf Pine, Southern Pine, Antique Pine, American Pitch Pine, Slash Pine

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Reclaimed Barn Siding Sample Photos

reclaimed barn siding sample photo