Monday, October 29, 2012

Tiny house siding

The siding process has begun. We picked up the lumber from the saw mill this past weekend and it look classy. The poplar is long and straight and the the hackberry is beautiful. The hackberry is full of spalting and wormy holes. It is the best looking lumber I have seen out of our timbering efforts.

1 comment:

  1. Your choice of materials is very commendable. Poplar and hackberry are both excellent woods for siding. However, the quality of the output still lies in your hands. It would’ve been admirable if you used extractive chemicals for the finish. That way, the siding would last long without stains. How’s it?

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