Log Homes are beautiful, but they also can require a lot of maintenance. One way to cut down on the yearly maintenance is using Log Siding instead of Whole Logs. Log siding gives the appearance of a whole log while being a lot easier repair if a section was to be damaged. It also tends to be less expensive since you are only using a half or a quarter of a whole log. The best part is no one will know the difference except for you!

At Homestead Timbers we stock log siding in Pine and Cedar. We also have it in different sizes as well as a smooth or hewn texture. All of our log siding is kiln dried and milled with tongue and groove. The cedar log siding also comes end matched.

White Pine Log Siding

  • Smooth or Hewn
  • Half of Quarter Log
  • Tongue and Groove
  • Butt Pass, Dovetail, or Vertical Corners available
  • Comes in Random Lengths
  • Built in Drip Edge
  • Available in 3″x 8″ (2 3/8″ x 7 1/4 face)
  • Also in 2″x 8″ (1 3/8 x 6 7/8″ face)

White Cedar Log Siding

  • Smooth or Hewn
  • Butt Pass, Dovetail, or Vertical Corners Available
  • Half or Quarter Log
  • Tongue and Groove
  • End Matched
  • Comes in Random Lengths
  • Available in 2″x 6″ (1 3/8″ x 5 1/2 face)
  • Also 2″x 8″ (1 3/8″x 7 1/4 face)
  • Also 3″x 8″ (2 3/8″x 7 1/4 face)

 

 

Butt Pass and Dovetail Ends

 

Some projects we have done with Log Siding

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