Log Veneer is used above to
cover a stick-built garage.
Log Veneer is used in a variety of
situations, the most common being as an exterior siding on conventionally
gable ends above the log walls. It is also used extensively on gable
dormers, shed dormers, stick-built garages, workshops, breezeways, and on
some interior partition walls. It is suitable anyplace where
structural, settling, and/or cost considerations make a full log wall
impractical for the intended use.
Log veneer is crafted from Eastern
White Pine (EWP) and is air-dried for stability. Kiln-drying is not
recommended for these larger pieces because of local relative humidity and
|Veneer is normally hand-hewn
on the exposed side for the more authentic "Appalachian" look
and feel. Additionally, the veneer can be WeatherAged™
to remove a lift of the softwood between the growth rings which raises the
grain and makes the wood look like it has been exposed to the elements for
200 years! A rich stain will then accentuate the shadow lines and
texture of the wood.
Veneer is priced by the linear foot and includes
sufficient Perma-Chink® to cover the
correct spacing between the log veneer courses. The chink space
associated with each different type of veneer allows coverage of wall area
at a larger percentage per linear foot purchased.
Log Veneer is used in the
gable ends of this home to give the appearance of the continuation of the
Log Veneer is used above in both
shed dormer and gable ends.
representative will be happy to prepare an estimate for your
project. This is done by reviewing a set of your plans or by
discussing the average dimensions of your project. Below is a short
starter checklist for estimating purposes:
- Total square footage of wall area.
- Type of veneer desired: 1x12, 1x14, or Timberlake.
- Chink space desired:
1",2",3",4", or variable.
- Surface prep: Hand-hewn or planed
- Add WeatherAged™ finish?
- Color of Perma-Chink®
- Color & Type of Lifeline®
- Shipping options and order scheduling.
|A conversion chart for the
different types of veneer is shown below:
1. 1x12 (Traditional): 1 linear foot purchased
will cover 1.33 square feet of wall area.
2. 1x14 (Timberwright): 1 linear foot
purchased will cover 1.4 square feet of wall area.
3. 1x variable height (Bob
Timberlake Log Home Collection): 1 linear
foot purchased will cover 1.5 square feet of wall area.
The above guidelines do not allow for any waste
factor. Each project is different, but a normal waste factor
allowance is generally 5% to 7% that needs to be added to the amount of
veneer being ordered. Veneer is shipped in a random assortment of
lengths from 8' to 16' with the majority being 12', 14', and 16' lengths. Technical information sheet and installation instruction sheet is available.
|For more information or to
have a Project Manager prepare a quote, please call (877) 662-6135.