Hewn Slab Siding


Our impressive hewn slab siding has a unique look that will turn heads and hold gazes. This siding comes from buildings dating back to the turn of the 20th century. Each board was shaped by hand to create a one-of-a-kind product and aged to perfection.


Reclaimed siding rescued from barns, outbuildings and warehouses dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s.


  • Thickness:Our Hewn Slab Siding comes in big sizes. The average board thickness ranges from 2 inches to 3 inches.
  • Size: This siding comes from large structures, and the boards reflect that. Boards 6-feet long and longer are available with widths between 6 and 12 inches.
  • Standout Features: Unlike boards made in a lumber mill, these were made by hand. They have visible marks on the surface from the tools used to shape them.
  • Additional Details: The wood in this collection is naturally finished by time and the elements. It has an aged, rustic and unique appearance that will impress.
  • Pricing:  We cut this siding from old barns to-order, and you can select from two-sided hand hewn slabs or four-sided hand hewn slabs. Pricing begins at $25 per square foot.

Reclaimed Siding With a Tangible Connection to the Past

Montana didn't have tobacco barns, but we do have beautiful ranch country and we wanted to reflect that in naming our Potomac Valley Pine.

Potomac, Montana, is home to some of the most beautiful and breathtaking countryside. The region is surrounded by hills and forests and located just west of the towering Ruby Range. The landscape is incredibly lush and has ample fresh mountain water running through it, thanks to the famous Blackfoot River and countless branching streams.

This area has a long ranching history and remains home to some of the world's largest private ranches. Many have original structures still standing that date back to the mid-1800s when cowboys first started driving large herds of cattle into the region. In those days, the Potomac Valley was even more rough and rugged. To make it through the long winters, the ranchers needed to shape the frontier into usable land using their hands, simple tools and the trees they had available.

Attractive Antique Siding From Old Barns Repurposed for Your Home

For many ranchers, tobacco provided one of life's small luxuries, but they couldn't just run to the store. With a huge supply of fertile land, they grew and cultivated their own tobacco. For drying, they built tobacco barns with boards milled from the tall pine trees native to the area. Pine made up every part of the barn and was used to make the siding, rafters, floor joists and the rest of the wooden structure.

Some of the barns grew to be quite large and stood for over a hundred years before finally coming down. When they did, we rescued the boards and repurposed them into our reclaimed pine softwood flooring. This flooring is authentic, naturally aged and has unique weathering that adds to the already rustic appearance.

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If you're thinking about transforming the exterior of your home using our reclaimed Hand Hewn Siding, Let Us Guide You Through The Woods®. Reach out to us today to learn more about this siding and our other products. We're happy to answer any questions and provide you with a custom quote.