Where: Missoula, Montana
What: Personal Residence
Special requirements: Home that blends rustic siding and timber design and fits attributes of mountainous landscape setting, Product with NO VOC finish that could also be used for interior accent beams and wall and ceiling paneling. Find a product that emulates and is more cost effective than reclaimed barn wood.
Solution: ranchwood-Tackroom (siding), Eastern Exposure (timbers)
Products: 1×8 Ship Lap Profile for Horizontal application, 1×10 & 1×6 Board on Board for Vertical, 2×6, 2×8, 2×10 for Trim and Frieze Board Applications
Contractor: : McElmurry Homes-Missoula, MT: www.mcelmurryhomes.net
Architect: CTA Architects-Missoula, MT: www.ctagroup.com
ranchwood: Tackroom, 1×8 horixontal lap, 1×10 & 1×6 vertical board on board
Integration of rustic timbers with siding Wire Brush texture on trim offsets from siding
Customers appreciate the multiple product, texture, and finish options they’re able to choose from when designing their homes. Here, circle sawn timbers create a grand entrance while 2×6 ceiling panel material used as soffit material. Wire brushed trim material is commonly used to offset from siding texture.
Pictured here, vertical and horizontal changes in siding combined with various dimensions of window, corner, and frieze boards breakup the exterior of the home. Rustic beams are utilized to create decking, covered porch areas, and stairways.
Overlooking the Missoula valley, the owners of this residence desired an exterior siding product that would blend their home into the scenic landscape. ranchwood was the perfect solution, providing the owners with a rustic wood siding which complimented modern design elements, could safely be utilized for interior applications, and provided a warranty against water penetration.