How'd we get our Dirty Face? As fencing exposed to wind, rain and snow; as vintage barns and naturally distressed buildings that have stood the test of time; and from riding the rails as shipping dunnage protecting goods. Dirty Face has been working, working, working and has now earned a change of venue where its weathered and character-rich face is appreciated for all it has done.
Source: Predominantely Oak with some other species, mostly Hickory, reclaimed from shipping dunnage, vintage barns, fencing and other structures from eastern United States
Species: Quercus alba & rubra and Carya genus
Color Tones: Weathered greys and browns
Millwork: Surfaced three sides (S3S) with a square-edge tongue & groove profile. Back relieved.
Net Dimensions: 1/2" thick x 3" or 4-1/2" wide x 2' to 8' solid random lengths. Also available at 3/8" thickness and 3-1/2" width for paneling applications.
Character: Unfilled nail and other holes, surface seasoning checks, sound tight knots and other signs of prior history and age. Some circle sawn surfacing.
Finish: Available unfinished, unsanded and unfilled. In most cases, we can add a fire retardant as needed. Material can also be skip planed and finished with a clear or tinted natural oil.
Certification: FSC recycled 100% - SCS-COC-001014
LEED: MR 4.1 & 4.2 (Recycled Content) and MR 5.1 & 5.2 (Regional Materials)