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Specification Sheet #7200 - Antique Barnwood Lumber
SpeciesMixed Species. May include Pine, Fir, Spruce, Douglas Fir, Larch, Oak, Elm, Hickory, Ash, Maple, Beech, Poplar, Cedar, others. Typically heavy to softwoods.
SourceBarns, corncribs, stables, mills, homes and other buildings and agricultural/industrial/construction structures and materials from different locations in North America
Metal/HolesNails and fasteners are removed or occasionally cut flush or broken off. Barnwood will generally have some nail holes, but few, if any bolt holes. Staining around holes is common.
KnotsUnlimited knots; some tight, some fallen out
Checking/CracksUnlimited as long as board is sound
Grain PatternMixed
Moisture Content/StabilityAir-Dried. Barnwood is generally more stable and less prone to shrinkage than is green lumber.
Standard Dimensionsa) Thickness: 1" (actual: 5/8" to 4/4") and 2" (actual: 1 1/2" to 8/4"); b) Width: random, 4" to 8" -- 10" and 12" widths are also often available (actual widths: 1/2" to 3/4" nominal); c) Lengths: 1' increments from 4' to 12'.
SurfacingWeathered; Trestlewood sorts Antique Barnwood Lumber into Rough Brown Barnwood, Rough Gray Barnwood and Smooth Brown/Gray Barnwood (heavy to browns.) One of the unique features of Antique Barnwood is the range of textures found therein. The surfacing and texture of different barnwood sources may vary widely. Antique Barnwood Lumber colors vary as well - common colors include browns, light browns, grays, light grays and combinations of browns and grays. Many boards will have two or more shades of colors. Some boards may have striping as a result of variations in weathering from being attached to other material during use. As a result, Trestlewood generally does not offer a color sort which does not allow for some latitude in the colors provided. Brown barn boards often include some gray tones; gray barn boards often include some brown tones.
WeightDepending on species mix. Typically, approximately 2.5 pounds per board foot
Appearance VariationBoards can vary in appearance from piece to piece and even within a piece. The characteristics described on this specification sheet generally apply to each board's featured face. The opposite face and edges can differ from the featured face in texture, coloring, and other characteristics unless otherwise noted. Weathered lumber / barnwood will have at least one weathered face. The opposite face and edges can be any combination of weathered and fresh-sawn. If weathered, the weathering will often be different (amount, mix of colors, etc) than on the featured face.
OtherBarnwood can be very brittle and may split easily. Special care, such as pre-drilling holes for nails, is advisable.

Antique Barnwood Gray Rough Lumber

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Antique Barnwood Gray Rough
Specification Sheet #7200 - Antique Barnwood Lumber

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