Years ago, small towns thrived in the American West, home to women dressed in high finery, men who itched to find gold on the nearby vistas and horses that galloped the streets gamely, bringing their riders to new places and new opportunities. Alas, when the gold boom ended, many of these became ghost towns — villages that have been all but abandoned as economics, weather or fortune conspired against them.
We admire the spunky spirit of ghost towns, and we honor them with a collection of reclaimed antique barnwood siding for sale that will speak to anyone with an appreciation for our nation’s great past.
The Abiding Appeal of Reclaimed Barnwood Siding
Reclaimed siding can bring historical charm and a rustic touch to new homes and buildings. Quite simply, nothing brings history and character into a structure more than reclaimed wood.
This wood has been weathered over the years by rain, snow, the beating sun and perhaps even floods and tornadoes. That’s given it a unique story, expressed in its special shape and condition. You may see nail holes or knobs on the wood, which speaks to its rich history. We love imagining where this reclaimed siding may have started its life.
Antique Barn Siding Helps You Go Green
In addition to its unique ambiance, using our reclaimed siding for sale is also an eco-friendly option. By using reclaimed materials, you’ll not only add charm and character, but you’ll be kind to the environment and add value to your building project. By reusing materials, you ensure their beauty will be seen for years to come.
If using reclaimed siding is something of interest to you, look no further than Superior Hardwoods of Montana. Check out our Ghost Town Series to see options to meet your specific needs.
Click the links below the photos to learn more about each reclaimed siding option. Then just give us a call to discuss your home or building project and Let Us Guide You Through the Woods.
Click the links below the photos to learn more about each reclaimed siding option. Then just reach out to discuss your home or building project and Let Us Guide You Through the Woods.
Click links below to learn more about each type of reclaimed siding in the Ghost Town Series: