INTERIOR WALL & CEILING CLADDING
CHARRED and non-CHARRED designs for interior wall and ceiling cladding
reSAWN TIMBER co. provides CHARRED and non-CHARRED new and reclaimed wood products for architectural specifications for interior wall and ceiling cladding. Our carefully curated offering includes modern finishes on reclaimed woods and newly harvested wood species. We provide only the highest quality materials milled to our exacting standards and finished in a way that enhance the natural beauty of the wood. Our extensive offering includes solid & engineered construction, CHARRED shou sugi ban, and FSC ® woods. We specialize in meeting the needs of architects, designers and contractors, and providing superior service and guidance in developing your specifications. Our products can assist you in achieving your project goals in aesthetic, performance and sustainability.
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reSAWN TIMBER co. chose Western Hemlock for interior applications due to its impeccably straight uniform grain structure, fine texture, and its creamy white to light gold color, which lends itself to a modern clean aesthetic. And, it is a great option for an affordable, aesthetically pleasing, high grade, vertical grain material.
Many of our interior Western Hemlock clear vertical grain (CVG) designs are finished in beautiful grey tones. The palette authentically aligns with the look of exterior wood cladding that has weathered to a silver grey naturally over time, such as reSAWN’s pre-weathered clear vertical grain Western Red Cedar and Alaskan Yellow Cedar designs.
reSAWN’s Western Hemlock products include three CHARRED shou sugi ban designs — KITSAP, YAKIMA and KITTITAS — and six designs that are non-CHARRED — MASON, GRAYS HARBOR , LEWIS, SNOHOMISH, OKANOGAN (shown in rendering above) and WHITMAN. All nine products are available for sampling and specification.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS OF WESTERN HEMLOCK
- From a design perspective it accepts finishes and shou sugi ban charring with excellent results, allowing for modern design aesthetics to be achieved.
- Achieve a seamless interior/exterior aesthetic without having to use exterior grade material on an interior application, which typically comes at a higher cost. As an example, combine our WILLIWAW Alaskan Yellow Cedar CVG for exterior with OKANOGAN (shown in rendering above) Western Hemlock CVG for the interior. Or combine our PACKARD 2.0 charred Western Red Cedar CVG for exterior, with YAKIMA Western Hemlock CVG for the interior.
- Strong, stable, straight-grained timber that is available in long lengths.
- Its wide and prolific availability and its ability to quickly rejuvenate makes this species very sustainable.
- Available as FSC-certified.
- Most designs can be fire treated to Class A for interior projects.
- There is typically little color variation between the heartwood and sapwood. They are often indistinguishable from one another.
Accoya® wood is the result of decades of research and development that has brought together a long-established, extensively proven wood modification technique and leading-edge patented technology – acetylation to create a high performance wood, ideal for outdoor use and challenging applications. By significantly enhancing the durability and dimensional stability of fast-growing and abundantly available certified wood species, Accoya® wood provides compelling environmental advantages over slow-growing hardwoods (which are often unsustainably sourced), woods treated with toxic preservative chemicals, and non-renewable carbon-intensive materials such as plastics, steel and concrete. All our CHARRED Accoya® products are FSC certified and come with a 50-year warranty on the wood when used above ground; 25-year warranty when used at/below ground level.
Much of Kebony wood’s enhanced performance characteristics stem from the patented modification process they have adopted. Differing from other modified wood products, Kebony uses furfuryl alcohol as its modifying agent. Furfuryl alcohol is a non-toxic, bio-based fuel that impregnates the wood’s cells through a vacuum pressure treating process. When the impregnation is finished, the resulting cells are slightly changed, and that results in changes to the physical and mechanical properties of the wood byproduct. Kebony is beautiful wood recommended by leading architects. Kebony’s performance has been proven in a variety of applications, including decking and cladding, because of its high-quality characteristics.
Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Western Red Cedar and Atlantic White Cedar are well-known for their durability and beauty as natural wood cladding materials. They are naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insects and display crisp yet superbly rich, tonal properties.
Cypress is notable for its color consistency, density and hardness. Although cypress is a softwood, it grows alongside hardwoods and traditionally has been grouped and manufactured with hardwoods. The oils in cypress’ heartwood make it one of the most durable woods when exposed to moisture conditions causing decay. Cypress trees are natives of the south. They are found primarily in wet, swampy areas along the Atlantic Coastal Plain from Delaware to Florida.
Reclaimed hemlock burnt in the Japanese style of shou sugi ban can be used for interior wall cladding and ceiling cladding. This is reclaimed wood and will have typical reclaimed character marks including checking and knots. CHARRED reclaimed hemlock is carefully charred, misted with water, cooled, brushed and then stained/sealed. The top coat sealer is applied prior to shipping. The burning process accentuates the wood grain and creates varying colors when viewed from different angles and in different light.
reSAWN TIMBER co. offers rift and quarter sawn red oak burnt in the Japanese style of shou sugi ban that can be used for interior wall cladding The distinctive grain pattern develops from the rift & quarter sawn cuts. QUARTER & RIFT SAWN lumber is produced by first cutting the log into quarters and then making alternating cuts that are perpendicular to the annual growth rings. QUARTER SAWING produces boards with mostly vertical-grain and a distinctive figuring often referred to as “flecks”, “flakes” or “ray flecks” caused by the medullary rays of the log. RIFT SAWN lumber produces a very consistent and quiet board face with mostly vertical-grain. this vertical-grain lends added stability to the QUARTER & RIFT SAWN boards making them less likely to cup or crown.
NORTH AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT
reSAWN TIMBER co.’s NORTH AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT features wide walnut interior wall cladding that is prefinished and available in solid & engineered construction. These designs emphasize the natural color & beauty of black walnut. All designs are available as FSC ® upon request.
NORTH AMERICAN WHITE OAK
The North American White Oak wall and ceiling cladding from reSAWN TIMBER co. features wide plank wood cladding that is CHARRED or prefinished and available in solid & engineered construction. The North American White Oak products are made using domestic woods such as Rift & Quarter Sawn White Oak. These designs emphasize the natural color & beauty of these woods. All designs are available as FSC ® upon request.
EUROPEAN WHITE OAK
The European White Oak products from reSAWN TIMBER co. features wide plank cladding that is prefinished and available in engineered construction. The engineered material comes standard at 5/8” thick with a substantial 4 mm wear layer, or 3/4” thick with a full 6 mm wear layer for a truly superior product. The 7” face width showcases the full character and grain pattern that european white oak has to offer. Select products can be specified in both Herringbone and Chevron styles. All designs are available as FSC ® upon request.
reSAWN offers antique reclaimed woods in solid & engineered construction for interior wall and ceiling cladding. The unique beauty of antique wood is preserved & celebrated in this collection. Expect a warm palette of colors, with dense & varying grain patterns. Typical character marks include mineral staining, color changes, weathering, checking, nail holes, and knots.
Hickory is known for its strength and durability as well as the strong contrast between lighter sapwood and darker heartwood. Reclaimed hickory displays rich color tones, irregular grain patterns and plenty of character marks including mineral staining, color changes, weathering, checking, nail holes, knots and sometimes wormholes.