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Single and double kayaks with cockpits so large that they are almost open boats, with huge buoyancy.
A roomy yet efficient strip-planked kayak or decked canoe for relaxed paddling and exploration.
A 17-foot traditional wood-strip tandem canoe for day trips and light touring on rivers, ponds and lakes.
Clinker style tandem canoe that looks very heavy but is light and easy to carry and paddle.
A hugely popular sharpie design open canoe for people who are in a hurry to get out on the water. Beautiful modern looking boats that are designed to allow everyone to enjoy being on the water. A stylish child's kayak with excellent performance and plenty of growing room for years of use. A compact modern tandem kayak with a single large cockpit and the comfortable feeling of an open canoe. Light and easily removable outrigger floats that turn a canoe or kayak into a formidable sailing boat or a stable fishing platform. Vintage Timberworks manufactures reclaimed wood flooring from our inventory of reclaimed lumber and timber including Douglas fir, Hardwood Barn Board, and Chestnut. The minimum order using the price extentions below for the Recycled Douglas Fir, Reclaimed Barn Wood, and Reclaimed Chestnut wood flooring is 500 SF. RUSTIC FIR FLOORING - This reclaimed wood flooring product starts with a board which has the original rough brown patina and the original band or circular saw marks. SEMI-SURFACED DOUGLAS FIR FLOORING - This classic wood floor starts with reclaimed Douglas fir lumber which is de-nailed and sawn into flooring blanks with one old rough face. CLEAR VERTICAL GRAIN FIR FLOORING - Carefully selected, the planks in this product will be milled nearly free of character marks and knots. MIXED GRAIN CHARACTER GRADE FIR - This reclaimed wood flooring results from the outfall created when we saw size beams to smaller dimensions leaving planks of various sizes. RUSTIC BARN WOOD FLOORING - This recycled barn wood flooring starts with the brown &gray barn siding planks which are de-nailed, edged, and selected for quality.
SEMI-SURFACED BARN WOOD FLOORING - This classic barn wood floor starts with reclaimed oak live edge beams or barn siding planks which are de-nailed and sawn into flooring blanks. SURFACED BARN WOOD FLOORING - This classic barn wood floor starts with reclaimed barn siding planks which are de-nailed and sawn into flooring blanks.
BARN WOOD PARQUET FLOORING - Reclaimed parquet is created by cutting barn siding, (predominately white oak), into precise dimensions and gluing the pieces to a plywood backing. SEMI-SURFACED CHESTNUT FLOORING - This reclaimed wood floor starts with Chestnut lumber and planks relaimed from barns and cabins on the east coast which is de-nailed and sawn into flooring blanks with one old rough face. SURFACED CHESTNUT FLOORING - This classic wood floor starts with reclaimed live edge Chestnut beams or barn siding planks which are de-nailed and sawn into flooring blanks. OAK STRIP FLOORING - This recycled flooring product is reclaimed from buildings and offices. AS IS TASSIE OAK WOOD FLOORING - Direct from Australia, this reclaimed wood flooring originates in schools, factories, and wool storage buildings. SEMI-SURFACED TASSIE OAK WOOD FLOORING - We take as is Tassie flooring and run it through a special sander which lightly touches the surface leaving most of the original appearance including the scratches and gouges. You'd better be pretty confident in your product to name it "King," but we're guessing that's not a problem with the Thermos Stainless King ($20-$25) line.
Wood siding is very versatile in style and can be used on a wide variety of building structures. Though installation and repair is relatively simple, wood siding requires more maintenance than other popular solutions, requiring treatment+ every four to nine years depending on the severity of the elements to which it is exposed. Wood shingle+s or irregular cedar "shake+" siding was used in early New England+ construction, and was revived in Shingle Style+ and Queen Anne style architecture+ in the late 19th century. Wood siding in overlapping horizontal rows or "courses" is called clapboard+, weatherboard+ (British English), or bevel siding which is made with beveled boards, thin at the top edge and thick at the butt. Jointed horizontal siding (also called "drop" siding or novelty siding) may be shiplap+ped or tongue and groove+d (though less common).
Plywood+ sheet siding is sometimes used on inexpensive buildings, sometimes with grooves to imitate vertical shiplap+ siding. Slate shingles may be simple in form but many buildings with slate siding are highly decorative. In addition to reducing energy consumption, insulated siding is a durable exterior product, designed to last more than 50 years, according to manufacturers.
Manufacturers report that insulated siding is permeable or “breathable”, allowing water vapor to escape, which can protect against rot, mold and mildew, and help maintain healthy indoor air quality.
The first architectural application of aluminium was the mounting of a small grounding cap on the Washington Monument+ in 1884.
In the first few years after World War II, manufacturers began developing and widely distributing aluminium siding.
Stone+ and masonry veneer+ is sometimes considered ''siding'', are varied and can accommodate a variety of styles—from formal to rustic. Precipitation can threaten the structure of buildings, so it is important that the siding will be able to withstand the weather conditions in the local region. Costs of composites tend to be lower than wood options, but vary widely as do installation, maintenance and repair requirements. Fiber cement siding+ is a class of composite siding that is usually made from a combination of cement, cellulose (wood), sand, and water. Siding+ Siding and wall cladding is the exterior material applied to the walls of a house or other building meant to shed water, protect the walls from the effects of weather, insulate, and is a key in the aesthetics of the structure. America's premier commercial janitorial, office cleaning and building maintenance provider. These are the most versatile boats in our range: they can be paddled, rowed using a sliding seat or sailed. The reclaimed flooring is available in a variety of appearances and sizes including wide plank flooring and long plank wood flooring products. Smaller orders can be produced for an additional set-up charge or at the pricing below if the client can wait for the order to be run concurrent with another order.

All installation and finishing is done by the client or the clients contractor and should be installed using the guidelines provided by the National Wood Flooring Association. The board is then sent through a special sander which lightly sands the surface while leaving the patina and character marks.
This product will have mixed grain (flat, rift, and vertical grain) and plenty of knots and character marks. The veneer is then laminated to Baltic Birch plywood and run through a molder to create an engineered floor.
This stunning recycled floor starts with the chestnut barn siding planks which are de-nailed, edged, and selected for quality.
These full size plans include patterns for all the forms needed to build a strip-built kayak.
That's part of the goal for Jimmy Lion, a project between two friends who know quality when they see it.
Available as a travel mug, beverage bottle, or food jar, these hardcore containers feature unbreakable stainless steel interiors and exteriors, leak-proof lids, the ability to handle both hot and cold items, and a gorgeous blue finish worthy of royalty. Some walls such as solid brickwork+ and masonry veneer+ are not covered with siding, but some buildings such as log building+s can have siding added. In all cases, avoiding wind and rain infiltration through the joints is a major challenge, met by overlapping, covering or sealing the joints, or by creating an interlocking joint such as a tongue and groove+ or rabbet+. It may be attached directly to the building structure (studs in the case of wood construction), or to an intermediate layer of wood (boards, planks, plywood, oriented strand board) called ''sheathing'' (or ''sheeting'' in some regions of the United States).
Thatch siding is made with dry vegetation such as longstraw, water reeds, or combed wheat reed. Ants and termites are a threat to many types of wood siding, such that extra treatment and maintenance that can significantly increase the cost in some pest-infested areas. However, most paints and stains used to treat wood are not environmentally friendly and can be toxic.
Drop siding comes in a wide variety of face finishes, including Dutch Lap (also called German or Cove Lap) and log siding (milled with curve). One example of such grooved plywood siding is the type called Texture 1-11 ''T1-11'' or ''T111'' ("tee-one-eleven").
Historically vinyl sidings would fade, crack and buckle over time, requiring the siding to be replaced. It cannot be burned (due to toxic dioxin gases that would be released) and currently it is not recycled. Although some newer styles eliminate this complaint, more widespread varieties often have visible seam lines between panels and generally do not have the quality appearance of wood, brick, or masonry.
Asphalt impregnated panels (about 2 feet by 4 feet) gave the appearance of brick or even stone. Considered an improvement over vinyl siding+, insulated siding is custom fit with expanded polystyrene+ foam (EPS) that is fused to the back of the siding, which fills the gap between the home and the siding. On average, insulated siding products have an R-value+ of 3.96, triple that of other exterior cladding materials. The foam provides rigidity for a more ding- and wind-resistant siding, maintaining a quality look for the life of the products. Sheet-iron or steel clapboard siding units had been patented in 1903, and Sears, Roebuck and Company had been offering embossed steel siding in stone and brick patterns in their catalogues for several years by the 1930s. Among them Indiana businessman Frank Hoess was credited with the invention of the configuration seen on modern aluminium siding.
Though masonry can be painted or tinted to match many color palettes, it is most suited to neutral earth tones, and coatings such as roughcast and pebbeldash+. For regions that receive a lot of rain, exterior insulation finishing system+s (EIFS) have been known to suffer underlying wood rot problems with excessive moisture exposure. In general, concrete and concrete based materials are intensive energy materials to produce. Not surprisingly, the durability and environmental impact of composite sidings depends on the specific materials used in the manufacturing process. These products are usually made from a combination of non-wood materials such as polymeric resins, fiberglass, stone, sand, and fly ash and are chosen for their durability, curb appeal, and ease of maintenance. Siding Spring Observatory+ Siding Spring Observatory near Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia, part of the Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics (RSAA) at the Australian National University (ANU), incorporates the Anglo-Australian Telescope along with a collection of other telescopes owned by the Australian National University, the University of New South Wales, and other institutions.
We also stock recycled narrow plank strip wood flooring reclaimed from buildings in which it was previously installed. We can manufacture this reclaimed wood flooring in a variety of widths and lengths including random width. We can manufacture this in 3-6" random width or specified width to a maximum of 6" in the solid plank. The end result is a parquet floor which is reminiscent of the antique European parquet floors complete with the inherent character and uneven worn appearance. The board is then sent through a special sander which lightly sands the surface while leaving the patina and character marks on the wood floor. This reclaimed barn board product is available in 3-6" random width or specified width to a maximum of 6" and in lengths to 10'. We process the recycled flooring pulling the nails and eliminating the pieces too damaged to use. We process the reclaimed flooring, pulling the nails and eliminating the pieces too damaged to use. Recalling kayaks of days gone past, this 18' 4" vessel is handcrafted from a composite of Western Red Cedar strips and glass fiber, and features watertight storage compartments, adjustable foot braces, included seat and backrest, carrying handles, and deck rigging, all while weighing only 38 lbs.
Each pair of socks is made in a family factory in Portugal using 200-needle knitting machines and the softest combed cotton.
The JakPak ($250) combines a waterproof rain jacket, sleeping bag, and tent into a single piece of clothing, made from 3.1 oz urethane coated ripstop nylon, with the sleeping bag folding down from the inside of the jacket's rear, the tent folding out of a pocket on the back, and your traditional hiking backpack looking forlorn as its reason for being slips away.
Since building materials expand and contract with changing temperature and humidity, it is not practical to make rigid joints between the siding elements so they often leak. Wood siding can provide some minor insulation and structural properties as compared to thinner cladding materials. There is also a product known as reverse board-and-batten ''RBB'' that looks similar but has deeper grooves.

Insulated siding products are typically Energy Star+ qualified, engineered in compliance with environmental standards set by the U.S.
The foam backing also creates straighter lines when hung, providing a look more like that of wood siding, while remaining low maintenance.
Utilitarian buildings often use corrugated galvanized steel+ sheet siding or cladding, which often has a coloured vinyl finish.
Aluminium siding is ideal for homes in coastal areas (with lots of moisture and salt), since aluminium reacts with air to form aluminium oxide, an extremely hard coating that seals the aluminium surface from further degradation. ALCOA began promoting the use of aluminium in architecture by the 1920s when it produced ornamental spandrel panels for the Cathedral of Learning+ and the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings in New York.
However, the long durability and minimal maintenance of masonry sidings mean that less energy is required over the life of the siding. Given the newness of such technologies, product lifespan can only be estimated, varieties are limited, and distribution is sporadic.
Siding (rail)+ A siding, in rail terminology, is a low-speed track section distinct from a running line or through route such as a main line or branch line or spur. We can manufacture reclaimed wood flooring in a variety of widths and lengths including random width. The widths will usually be limited to a maximum of 6" with this product and up to 10' in length. We process the reclaimed wood floor pulling the nails and eliminating the pieces too damaged to use.
Designed in New York with reinforced cuffs so they don't sag, and hand-linked toes for a seamless finish. Some of these products may be thick enough and rated for structural applications if properly fastened to studs. In many areas of newer housing development, particularly in North America, entire neighbourhoods are often built with all houses clad in vinyl siding, given an unappealing uniformity. If the panels are straight and level and not damaged, the only indication that they are not real brick may be seen at the corner caps.
Corrugated aluminium+ cladding is also common where a more durable finish is required, while also being lightweight for easy shaping and installing making it a popular metal siding choice. In contrast, steel forms rust+, which can weaken the structure of the material, and corrosion-resistant coatings for steel, such as zinc, sometimes fail around the edges as years pass.
Other types of sheet metal and steel siding on the market at the time presented problems with warping, creating openings through which water could enter, introducing rust. Connect with us on FacebookVisit our Facebook page for the latest news and offers from Commercial Janitorial. Occasionally Vintage Timberworks can manufacture this in up to 10" widths as inventory permits.This reclaimed wood floor product can be used in a more refined, contemporary setting.
A great looking option is to hand sand the individual pieces prior to installation leaving the existing scratches and character marks. Both T-11 and RBB sheets are quick and easy to install as long as they are installed with compatible flashing at butt joints.
Some cities now campaign for house developers to incorporate varied types of siding during construction. However, an advantage of steel siding can be its dent-resistance, which is excellent for regions with severe storms—especially if the area is prone to hail+. Smith Corporation Building in Milwaukee was clad entirely in aluminium by 1930, and 3’-square siding panels of Duralumin sheet from ALCOA sheathed an experimental exhibit house for the Architectural League of New York in 1931. Hoess remedied this problem through the use of a locking joint, which was formed by small flap at the top of each panel that joined with a U-shaped flange on the lower edge of the previous panel thus forming a watertight horizontal seam. This is also a great accent piece when used in conjunction with our reclaimed barn board plank flooring. Hand sanding individual pieces prior to installation leaving the existing scratches and character marks on the wood is a great option. They're even willing to throw in the fourth pair for free, and ship them all in a great looking box delivered directly to your door.
Most architectural applications of aluminium in the 1930s were on a monumental scale, and it would be another six years before it was put to use on residential construction.
After he had received a patent for his siding in 1939, Hoess produced a small housing development of about forty-four houses covered in his clapboard-style steel siding for blue-collar workers in Chicago. Alternatively, you can install the reclaimed flooring "As is" and sand as if it were a new installation, eliminating the character.
This sensitivity makes it easier for a house fire to jump to neighboring houses in comparison to materials such as brick, metal or masonry. Taft, California+ Taft (formerly Moron, Moro, and Siding Number Two) is a city in the foothills at the extreme southwestern edge of the San Joaquin Valley, in Kern County, California.
You can also install the reclaimed wood flooring "As is" and sand as if it were a new installation without character.
Alternatively, you can install the recycled wood flooring "As is" and sand as if it were a new installation without character.
In 1946 Hoess allied with Metal Building Products of Detroit, a corporation that promoted and sold Hoess siding of ALCOA aluminium.
Their product was used on large housing projects in the northeast and was purportedly the siding of choice for a 1947 Pennsylvania development, the first subdivision to solely use aluminium siding. Products such as 4", 6", 8" and 10" X 12’ unpainted aluminium panels, starter strips, corner pieces and specialized application clips were assembled in the Indiana shop of the Hoess brothers. Siding could be applied over conventional wooden clapboards, or it could be nailed to studs via special clips affixed to the top of each panel. While the Hoess Brothers company continued to function for about twelve more years after the dissolution of the Metal Building Products Corporation in 1948, they were not as successful as rising siding companies like Reynolds Metals.

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