Please use this photo we took of a treehouse that we designed and built, using your terrific bark siding.
Jeanie & David S.
I wanted to send you a picture of the finished house with bark siding on it. Everybody loves it. We do, too. Thanks for making a terrific product that is easy to use and makes for a distinctive look.
Renee, Murphy NC
A few months ago we ordered some of you siding to use as crown molding when we remodeled our bathroom. It turned our better than we expected. See attached pictures. You can use these pictures as you wish.
G. and T. South Daytona, FL
Please visit our booth at the 2009 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas. We carry the finest in Poplar Bark Siding for your home and building project. Please contact us for the latest in Timberclad Poplar Bark Siding.
Timberclad is number 9 on the
IBS 2008: Clement's Top-20 Product Picks
This is one of the coolest things I’ve seen for houses--not only at IBS, but anywhere. Originally used by Native American’s poplar bark siding is bark peeled from the tulip poplar tree -- and it’s gorgeous. Large shingles (12 to 24 inches long) have a solid, enduring look. They have a distinctive if earthy tone but don’t be fooled -- it’s way refined. Timberclad’s siding is green (harvested gently, according to the company, only during season and kiln-dried without chemicals). It’s to-the-weather-tough with installations lasting upwards of 75 years. Design-wise it’s versatile. Stagger shingles, mix sizes, or run them straight for crisp lines; you can also side the whole house or use them for highlights, like a gable or frieze. Or spec them for interiors (check out their large custom panels) for signature work from a signature source.
The Chicago Tribune wrote an article on the 2009 International Builders Show Click here to read what they said.
The Huntsville Times did an article on the Monte Sano Art House.
Read it here. Click here for the pictures.
2009 Southern Home Awards - Best New Cottage