Portland Cladding conveys natural wood tones. The cladding is made from reclaimed Douglas fir solid and glue laminated beams from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific NW. Portland Cladding has beveled edges with tongue and groove sides for easy installation. 25% of the boards retain a skip-sawn face. Some reclaimed marks may be evident including nail holes, staining, and finger joints. Portland Cladding is available in a smooth or textured face, in 8 standard finishes, and measures ½” thick, 4 ½” wide, in random lengths of 2’ to 8’.
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