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Michael Evenson
PO Box 157
Petrolia, CA
               95558
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email:
evenson@igc.org

Office:
(707) 629-3506

 


 

 

Redwood Barn Siding

These barns were built on the Eel River bottoms in the late 1800s and early 1900s from fine grained Eel River redwood.  They were no longer functional when the owners contacted us to dismantle them so that the old growth material could still be used in a new application.  The barn boards come in various widths (from 8" to 14" , but mainly 1x12) and have coloration that varies from silver to lichen-covered green. 

These are past projects and most of the material from these barns has been sold. We are continuing to dismantle barns like these. Please check for current inventory of stock on hand.

 
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South side of the Bansen Barn

 
 
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North side of the Bansen Barn

 
 
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Interior 1x in the Regli Barn

 
 
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South side of the Regli Barn, Close-up

 
 
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South side of the Regli Barn

 
 
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East side of the Regli Barn

 
 
 
 

We also salvaged the barn timbers, mainly 6x6 and 6x8 and larger, as well as the corrugated metal roofing. By taking extra time and care in dismantling these historic and antique structures, we are able to preserve these reclaimed materials for future generations. The wood is often used for interior panelling, fireplace mantles, outdoor applications and furniture, as well as exterior siding, picture frames, planter boxes, bird houses and other unique products.

Click here to see the latest barnwood inventory from barns we dismantled in Eureka and McKinnelyville, Humboldt County, California. It includes 1x10 and 1x12 as well as 1x tng and shiplap and structural redwood 2x6, 6x6 and more.

 

You may want to look at cedar 1x10 and 1x12 remilled from old timbers.  These boards turn silver in a year or two and are structurally more sound than the older redwood barn siding.


     

There is a commercial airport in Arcata (serviced by United Express and Horizon Airlines) and several non-commercial airfields in the Eureka area.  If you plan to fly in, let us know and we will pick you up.

 

 

 




This Page Was Last Updated on September 29, 2012