Color Cladding is made from Douglas fir and hemlock, reclaimed from solid and glue laminated beams and lumber. These are taken from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest. It has tongue and groove sides with beveled edges. The sawn face is textured with smooth, sanded edges. Standard reclaimed marks may be apparent. Voids up to 1/8” allowed and not filled.

 

SPECIFICATIONS DIMENSIONS
 1/2” x 4 1/2” x 2’ to 8’ random lengths

 

MATERIAL AND SURFACE Reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock Janka hardness scale 540 - 710 Textured face, smooth edges Tongue and groove sides with beveled edges Standard reclaimed marks may be apparent Voids allowed up to 1/8” and are not filled FINISHES, ADHESIVES AND FILLERS Ivory, River Rock, Sun, Bottle, Evening, Sky VOC: 23 g/l Terracotta, Barn, Steel, Sea, Verdant, Plum VOC: 194 g/l WINDFALL FSC CHAIN OF CUSTODY FSC-Recycled FSC Recycled Chain of Custody: SA-COC-002372-3 Reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock Solid and glue laminated beams and lumber coming from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the PNW POTENTIAL LEED CREDITS Materials and Resources Credit 3: Materials Reuse Materials and Resources Credit 4: Recycled Content Materials and Resources Credit 5: Regional Materials (500 mi of Tumwater, WA) Materials and Resources Credit 7: Certified Wood Indoor Environmental Quality Credit 4.1: Low-emitting Materials–Adhesives Indoor Environmental Quality Credit 4.2: Low-emitting Materials–Paints and Coatings

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