WeatheredBlend Barnwood Siding is the ideal mix of two of our most popular product lines: Antique Barnwood and NatureAged Barnwood. This is truly a best-of-both-worlds blend between the consistency and economy of NatureAged Barnwood and the unique and historic character of Antique Barnwood.
NatureAged Barnwood Siding
NatureAged Barnwood is a great rustic value. NatureAged is new or rescued material that has been naturally weathered to give it an authentic rustic charm. NatureAged Barnwood has advantages over conventional siding options. It has nail holes and is weathered grey or tobacco brown like other products on the market, but it provides a much more consistent look from piece to piece and also is available in primarily wide widths and long lengths.
Harbor Fir Siding
Harbor Fir Siding is generally resawn from nature-damaged (fire, insect, etc.) logs or from by-products of sawmill, logging or other wood-processing operations. It is then soaked in the Great Salt Lake or sprayed with water from the Great Salt Lake. Cut from a variety of Fir species (Douglas Fir, Alpine Fir, White Fir, etc) This product line offers a competitively-priced alternative to reclaimed siding.
Antique Barnwood Siding
Antique Barnwood Siding is one of the most popular rustic siding options available. It is available in random or specific widths and various colors and textures.
ThermalBrown Siding Lumber is lumber which has been run through a thermal modification process to give it enhanced durability and other characteristics and nice brown color tones.
Mushroomwood originates deep underground in Appalachian coal-country where no-longer-productive coal mines have been converted into mushroom growing facilities. Thousands of board feet of species such as cypress, hemlock and cedar have been used in these facilities to provide growing platforms for the mushrooms.
Picklewood Siding is processed from recycled pickling vats. The material reclaimed from pickle vats had been in service for up to 100 years prior to being salvaged and as a result has a rustic weathered patina. Picklewood Configurations often available include Redwood, Cypress, Douglas Fir and White Cedar.
Hand-Hewn Skins Siding
Trestlewood processes hand-hewn sleepers into Hand-Hewn Skins, a unique 2 siding which is unmatched in character and beauty. Hand Hewn Siding is generally installed with chinking in between the slabs. It may be installed with tails which can be used to create dove tails at each of the corners of the house.
Trestlewood II Salty Fir Circle-Sawn Siding
Trestlewood II Circle-Sawn Siding has advantages over other reclaimed siding options. First, it all comes from one source--the Configurations; Second, the material has a rustic texture and unique colorations; and Third, the material comes in random lengths which are on average longer than other reclaimed wood options.
Trestlewood II Salty Fir Resawn Slab Siding
The salt and other minerals of the Great Salt Lake have helped create our signature Trestlewood II product line, known for its wide range of colors and other unique characteristics. Trestlewood II Resawn Slabs are sawn from Douglas Fir piling of the Configurations.
Antique Barnwood Siding - Gray
Gray Barnwood Siding - Barnwood Siding is one of the most popular rustic siding options available. It is available in random or specific widths and various colors and textures.
Antique Barnwood Siding - Brown
Brown Barnwood Siding - Barnwood Siding is one of the most popular rustic siding options available. It is available in random or specific widths and various colors and textures.
Hand-Hewn Middles Siding
Hand Hewn Middles are produced by cutting 2 slabs out of the middle of sleeper beams. The slab is then hewn by Trestlewood artisans and laid out to weather in the harsh climate of Promontory Point. The result is an economical hewn log siding.