This wood has endured the wind, rain, and snow for many, many years and has been weathered to perfection. Bare wood of a grey/brown patina is available as well as painted siding (usually white or red).
This siding is often used for the exterior of new structures or even as an interior highlight. Often painted siding is "flipped" exposing the non painted side.
From Ohio and Indiana, siding is usually old pine. We also offer a beautiful gray oak/hardwood siding from tobacco barns of Kentucky and Tennessee. This material is often used as siding once again as it is sturdy, aged to perfection and great for outdoor applications.