Old fashioned vertical board and batten siding from rough sawn Pine.
Board-to-board style vertical pine siding without the batten strips.
Close-up view of our board and batten pine siding.
Our board and batten siding in use on a hunting camp in Brimfield, Massachusetts.
Another view of our board and batten rough cut pine siding.
If left untreated, our board and batten siding will weather to a Cape Cod gray color within a few years so long as it is exposed to the elements (see unexposed area beneath the eave for contrast). This particular siding is on one of New England sawmill buildings; it has never been stained or treated and it is now over 30 years old with plenty of life left. You simply can't beat this for inexpensive, durable siding.
Our board and batten siding after it's been painted. This pine siding takes paint readily and paint enhances the cottage look.
Shiplap Pine siding, 7-9 inch wide and 12-16 feet long planks.