It just fits
The look you want
The style you seek
The atmosphere you’re creating
Sometimes pine is the only real choice. Certain projects just beg for it. Our pine log siding is way better than what you’ll find anywhere.
We dry it enough and finish it properly so for an exterior job you can’t tell whether it’s pine or cedar. Many people prefer it over cedar simply because of the cost — even though cedar is more resistant to bugs and rot.
It will fit right in with your project — and our quality craftsmanship will take it over the top. We know. We’ve been doing this along time.
When it comes to pine, the TYPE OF PINE you choose for your exterior is a BIG DEAL. In fact, it’s such a big deal that it should be a DEAL BREAKER!
We’ve chosen White Pine over Red Pine for our exterior siding products due to a couple of its significant inherent qualities:
A 90%+ reduction in sap bleeding
If you like the butt-n-pass look, consider kicking it up a notch by separating it from stonework with our 3″ by 6″ sill as this homeowner did. You could add our 4″ x 6″ D trim around the doors to tie it all together.[/caption]
Choose your size
If you want the look of a full log home but cringe at the price tag, our half log siding may be just for you.
It looks exactly like full log, but it’s not. Half log siding is a big seller because it comes with almost everything a full log home has, minus the cost. You can easily create the ambiance of a full log home with our half log siding.
Looking for gorgeous siding for your log home without breaking the bank? Consider our most affordable siding solution: quarter log siding, which looks just like half log siding from a distance.
The biggest, baddest, fattest log siding available, FatBoy Log Siding takes traditional log siding up a couple notches — to a whole new dimension. You can have the look of massive logs at a fraction of the cost with our FatBoy Log Siding — and these bad boys don’t have to fall on a stud.
Suit your style
Hewn log siding
Hewn log siding gives log siding the hand-peeled look.
It’s ideal if you want your home, cabin or business to look like it’s made with full log — instead of building a new one.
Hewn log siding is our most popular log siding style, and the best-kept secret of a lot of our customers. It’s a great choice if you want a beautiful, traditional full log look on the exterior of your building.
Smooth log siding
If you prefer a not-so-rustic, smooth surface, we’ve got you covered.
Our smooth log siding has more of a contemporary log look to it. It’s milled, and made perfectly straight.
If you need to be budget-wise, smooth log siding may be a great way to go and not sacrifice quality. Your completed project will be beautiful — and the price will be right for you.
Make installation easy
Tongue and groove makes installation easy and your finished product much more beautiful than the alternative. You’ll find that big box stores sell their log siding as “ship lap” (one piece laps over the next) which lends itself to warping, twisting away from the wall — and all the fasteners are exposed. The only way you can install it by pounding nails through the face of the log.
We recommend our tongue and groove system over ship lap because the pieces are locked together. They stay put, create a great seal and the fasteners are hidden. All you see is beautiful wood.
Our 6-, 8-, and 10-inch pine siding all comes with our unique end-matching feature.
Thanks to our unique end-matching EZ Loc Siding System, you (or your contractor) will find that our custom WoodHaven log siding product goes up easily and efficiently with very little waste, which keeps costs down.
You’ll save so much time by not having to measure twice and cut once. Our pieces don’t require you to start a row — and one cut finishes a row.
If you don’t know how big of a difference this can make, talk to someone who can appreciate doing away with miter joints, and eliminating the need to place your joints on 16” or 24” centers.
Because it’s kiln-dried
We custom craft it
You can have it prefinished or not
Our pine siding looks better. It feels better. It IS better. You could save a few pennies, but there’s no pine siding on the market that comes close to ours.