In Part One of How to Choose Reclaimed Wood Siding, we discussed where reclaimed siding comes from, the difference between faux and true reclaimed siding and the Top 5 Reasons Our Reclaimed Wood Stands Out from the Rest. Reclaimed wood siding is commonly gathered from old distilleries, tobacco factories, old horse & wind fence and old historical buildings. Because there is not a consistent supply of these old structures, many companies have gotten creative by gaining reclamation rights to specific locations or creating a faux reclaimed wood siding product. Faux reclaimed wood siding is a new wood siding material that has been created to look old, with various color and finish options. In this blog, we will discuss the reclaimed wood siding brands that we carry. Keep reading to learn about the products from Sustainable Lumber Company, Old World Timber, and RePlank. Read on to Part Three of How to Choose Reclaimed Wood Siding to learn more about Thermory, Montana Ghostwood, Forever Barnwood, and Coeur D’ Alene. 

Sustainable Lumber Company- Faux Reclaimed Wood Siding

Skiplap is the product that Sustainable Lumber Company is best known for. It is one of the highest quality wall paneling products on the market. Unlike traditional shiplap, Skiplap is tongue and groove on all 4 sides for a zero waste wall paneling that can be blind nailed. It is smooth to the touch and easy to install.

What you Get with Skiplap:

  • Zero waste
  • Kiln dried to 6-8% moisture content
  • T&G on all 4 sides
  • 8 prefinished colors
  • Pre-milled 1/8″ fine line gap

Choose from the Skiplap – Refined Collection: Sanded Smooth with the color options: Road House (Beetle Kill Pine), Beach House, Smoke House, and Farmhouse. You can also choose options from the Skiplap – Rustic Collection: Circular Sawn with the color options: Cabin, Corral, Homestead, and Blacksmith. Matching trim boards are also available in a  1″ thick x 2″ wide x 4′ long board.

With Skiplap Wall Cladding you are buying a product with high stability. It has a fine grain, averaging 15 growth rings per inch. It is also a solid and hard product with a 770 Janka Rating. Always kiln dried and ready to install, it is cured & kiln dried to a 6-8% moisture content.

Old World Timber- True Reclaimed Wood Siding

This Reclaimed Equestrian Fence Siding from Old World Timber comes to Rocky Mountain Reclaimed with 20 years of experience in collaborative material design using both new and reclaimed materials for various types of applications. It is made from reclaimed red and white oak horse farm fencing and 100 year old barns in Kentucky. These 80-100 year old native hardwoods, such as Ash, Elm, Oak, and Maple are a wonderful way to bring the outdoors in.

Old World Timber repurposes this into siding instead of seeing the wood go to waste. It has a very refined character, a clean finish, and unique story that can only be found in reclaimed wood. These timbers are exposed not only to the elements, but also to the chewing and rubbing of the horses who live within the fences.

Choose from 4 different options:

White Washed Oak Cladding

  • Made from reclaimed red and white oak horse farm fencing.
  • Thickness: 3/8”
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width Options: 4 3/4”
  • Lengths: 1’ – 7’
  • Finish: Latex Paint
  • Character: Product surface may contain nail holes, knots, saw marks, and other signs of age

Original Brown Mixed Hardwood Cladding

  • Mixed hardwoods milled from reclaimed siding and timbers reclaimed from 100 year old barn boards. May include oak, hickory, beech, chestnut and elm.
  • Thickness: 3/8” Mill
  • Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width: 3” – 8”
  • Random Lengths: 1’ – 9’
  • Finish: Unfinished
  • Character: Product surface may contain nail holes, knots, saw marks, and other signs of age

Weathered Gray Mixed Hardwood Cladding

  • Mixed hardwoods milled from reclaimed siding and timbers reclaimed from 100 year old barn boards. May include oak, hickory, beech, chestnut and elm.
  • Thickness: 3/8”
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width: 3” – 8”
  • Random Lengths: 1’ – 9’
  • Finish: Unfinished
  • Character: Product surface may contain nail holes, knots, saw marks, and other signs of age

Faded Red Mixed Hardwood Cladding

  • Mixed hardwoods milled from reclaimed siding and timbers reclaimed from 100 year old barn boards. May include oak, hickory, beech, chestnut and elm.
  • Thickness: 3/8”
  • Mill Profile: Straight Edge
  • Width: 3” – 8”
  • Random Lengths: 1’ – 9’
  • Finish: Latex Paint
  • Character: Product surface may contain nail holes, knots, saw marks, and other signs of age

This are wonderful options for those looking for true reclaimed wood siding!

RePlank- True Reclaimed Wood Siding

RePlank takes pride in mixing innovative technology in their manufacturing with a serious attention to detail to ensure a very high quality product. Their true reclaimed redwood is very popular for interior and exterior use. As it ages, old growth redwood continues to cure, gaining a beautiful color and strength that is not seen in new growth lumber. These reclaimed redwood boards are usually taken from old beams that were used in old bridges or other large projects. Large heartland timbers are not available today except as salvaged lumber and cannot be replicated by today’s young-growth forests. This is your chance to truly own a piece of history of the awe-inspiring Redwood Tree.

RePlank Redwood comes in two different options for Interior and Exterior. They are also available in two finishes: Sandpiper and Natural finish.

INTERIOR:

  • 100% Reclaimed Interior Redwood Siding
  • 1/4″ x 5 ” interior Shiplap veneer profile all boards come in varying lengths in a 60″x6″x2″ carton (16 sqft. Carton)

EXTERIOR:

  • 100% Reclaimed Exterior Redwood Siding
  • 5/8″ x 4 3/4″ & 5 3/4″ exterior T&G veneer profile all boards come in varying lengths in a 60″x7″x4″ carton (12 sqft. bundle)

Read Part Three of How to Choose Reclaimed Wood Siding where we discuss four more brands of reclaimed wood siding that we carry: Thermory, Montana Ghostwood, Forever Barnwood, and Coeur D’ Alene. Thanks for following along!