The vast majority of our barnwood is reclaimed from ranching operations in Eastern
Montana. These structures are part of the fabric that built the Old West. They are
former homesteads, barns, calving sheds, corrals and old granaries that were built
in the late 1800s and early 1900s as people moved out West to start a new life. The
wood is a mixture of Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine ~ as this is indigenous to Montana
and was easily available 100 years ago when the buildings were constructed. Whenever
possible we like to supply information and pictures to clients regarding the origin
of their wood. Reusing this old barnwood is a wonderful way to preserve our history
and conserve one of our most beautiful natural resource...trees. The wood brings
a soul and warmth to your home and is something you can feel great about using!
Please see our photo gallery for examples of what our clients have done with our
Siding & Ceiling
Homestead Traditions has all types of barnwood and reclaimed wood available. Our
inventory is constantly changing, so give us a call and let us know what you need.
If we don’t have it what you’re looking for in stock, we most likely know where
to get it.