Mixed Species Sleeper Middles  

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Mixed Softwood Sleeper Middles w/ Live Edge for Table Tops

KD (1 charge); Band-Sawn 1 face; Edged (except live edges left for 2 edges of table top)

Height
Width
Length
Quantity

1-6"

Any Mix 5-10"

4-12'

min: 25 bf

$10.00

$9.00 per bf

Mixed Hardwood Sleeper Middles w/ Live Edge for Table Tops

KD (1 charge); Band-Sawn 1 face; Edged (except live edges left for 2 edges of table top)

Height
Width
Length
Quantity

1-6"

Any Mix 5-10"

4-12'

min: 25 bf

$12.00

$10.80 per bf

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Mixed Species Sleeper Middles - Product Info

Hand Hewn Sleepers are logs which are hewn on two opposing faces. The other two sides are left rounded. Sleepers are also sometimes called "half-rounds". Sleepers were the main floor joist in many old barns. Trestlewood processes sleepers into authentic hand hewn skins and the middle piece which is left is called a sleeper middle. It has bandsawn faces and rounded edges.

Characteristics

  • Texture: Bandsawn on two sides and original round on two sides
  • Color: freshsawn faces and weathered edge(s)
  • Variation: different color tones and looks is a feature of this product
  • Nail holes and staining associated with the holes is infrequent
  • Species: Mixed Species

Standard Dimensions and Configurations

  • Height: 1-6"; 2" is common
  • Width: Usually 5-12" (varies even within a single piece because of live edge and natural taper of log)
  • Length: typically 6' to 20'
  • Options: kiln-drying and fumigating

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Barns, corncribs, stables, mills, homes and other buildings and agricultural structures from different locations in North America.
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