These gorgeous reclaimed barn boards are rough-cut, have "true" 1x6 dimensions and feature authentic, turn-of-the-century sawmills' circular-saw marks on two or more faces.
They have been salvaged during our local deconstruction of a 1905 PNW heritage barn, originally the skip-sheathing, or purlins, from the well-preserved roof structure of this massive barn. They are available in lengths up to 20', although the average majority are in lengths 8'-14'. These boards have such incredible texture, character, and strength, they would be fantastic in any application you can dream!
We carefully salvage, then hand-inspect, surface de-nail, carefully clean each board, and cut ends square. We finish our process with a gentle pressure wash that reveals all the beauty of this beautiful, old-growth PNW Douglas fir!
The LISTED PRICE IS PER LINEAR FOOT for these reclaimed barn boards, and also have some nominal (still old-growth) boards of the same type available for only $3/linear foot.
The density of the boards is up to 30 rings/inch! These are a RARE find in the condition and lengths we have them in, so act now because they won't last long!