OFFERED: 80-year-old cedar siding in great shape. Paint tested by contractor a couple of years ago, tested negative for lead.
This really is beautiful wood - 10" wide siding, hardly a knot, in lengths up to 16' (?) long. Typical wood siding - it tapers from 3/4" thick at the bottom edge to about 1/8" thick at the top edge.
Maybe it gets a next life as doghouse / chicken-coop / shed siding? Fence boards?
There's enough to cover 2 single-story house end walls - each 30' wide, 10' high, plus triangular pediment area above. Precise linear foot calculation is left as an exercise for the reader, as is nail removal.
cedar siding (Maple Leaf)
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