PREMIUM WOOD SIDING

SIDING PROJECT - siding - cedar siding - pine siding - log siding - cedar log siding - pine log sidingKwaterski Bros. Wood Products Inc.

Kwaterski Bros.
Wood Products Inc.
435 Highway 45 S.
Eagle River, WI 54521

715-479-5559

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Premium Wood Siding

cedar siding * bevel siding * tongue & groove siding * pine siding * scan log siding

The quality exterior wood sidings manufactured here at Kwaterski Bros. are designed to last a lifetime. We offer only high quality Western Red Cedar and Alaskan Pine sidings. Very dimensionally stable and non resinous means no knot bleed and also provides excellent adhesion for your wood finish. We offer the traditional bevel sidings and have designed several of our own, unique siding profiles that can really make your home special. Scan Log, Wavy Scan Log, and Prairie Log, will create that one-of-a kind look for your home. Scan log simulates the Scandinavian type log construction, whereas our Wavy Scan Log reflects a more natural log timber with chinking. Prairie Log offers a deep, bold horizontal look for the prairie style home. Our 3x10 cedar log siding creates a massive, rustic log look; fully tongue and grooved to give you a fastener free and very authentic look!

SIDING PROJECT - siding - cedar siding - pine siding - log siding - cedar log siding - pine log sidingBelow you will find of our Wood Siding that we have available.

Available Sizes:
SIZES
TYPES
LENGTHS
COVERAGE 11/16" x 8"
5/4" x 8"
5/4" x 10"
15/16" x 12"

2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 10"
3" x 10"
3" x 10"

2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 8"
2" x 10"

Cedar Straight Bevel
Tight Knot Cedar Rabbeted Bevel
Tight Knot Cedar Rabbeted Bevel
Haida Skirl Wavy Edge Straight Bevel

Tight Knot Cedar Half Log
Tight Knot Cedar Scan Log
Tight Knot Cedar Prairie Log
Tight Knot Cedar Wavy Scan Log
Cedar Scanlog
Tight Knot Cedar T & G Log
Tight Knot Weathered Cedar Half Log

Tight Knot Alaskan Pine Half Log
Tight Knot Alaskan Pine Scan Log
Tight Knot Alaskan Pine Prairie Log
Tight Knot Alaskan Pine Wavy Scan Log
Tight Knot Alaskan Pine Scan Log

6' - 20'
6' - 16'
6' - 20'
3' - 20'

3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'

3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'
3' - 18'

6"
6 1/2"
8 5/8"
10 1/2"

6 1/2"
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
7"
8 1/2"
8 3/8"
8 1/2"

6 1/2"
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
7"
8 1/2"


Key Features/Benefits:
  • Sidings are dry - Very stable, will always look great.
  • Our Alaskan Pine and Western Red Cedar sidings are non-resinous - No "knot bleed."
  • Scan Log, Wavy Scan Log and Prairie Log offer a beautiful wire brushed face - Gives a weathered look.
  • 2" x 8" and 3" x 10" Log sidings have a sanded face - With no mill glaze, finishes will last longer.
  • Available pre-finished with Sikkens Wood Finish - Ready to install, requires only one coat after installation.

Source: www.kwaterskibros.com

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More photos and link to photos

More comments about some of the photos online
-- Lady sitting in front of a small building, could be a former shed, had interior doors that slide open to both sides, made of narrow pieces of wood placed vertically.
-- Look at someones interior wall. Siding is vertical pine boards. Framing and cross framing makes square spaces used to hold objects.
-- WOW interior of a room formed by leaning long peeled poles around the room. Dirt floor with a free embedded flat rock pieces. Hard to tell if this is partially underground, if the exterior is covered with something else

Couldn't agree more

I witnessed a practice burn a few years ago, actually our company donated the house to them. It was 2 story with wood shake roof and a combo of wood shingle and wood siding.
It was windy that day with 25-35 mph gusts. After they were done at the end, they torched it by lighting the junk in the garage on fire first. Once it reached the roof and siding, the exterior was engulfed in less than a half minute. As the interior got superheated, the rooms, mostly wood pine paneling, were literally exploding.
Pretty scary to watch.

Ogdensburg home rehabilitation program gears up for phase two, on schedule  — WatertownDailyTimes.com
Some homes will receive extensive and visible rehabilitation, including the installation of vinyl siding, roofing and windows. Other homes won't have an obvious exterior update but will have new furnaces or flooring put in.


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  • Avatar CJ Replacing old wood siding?
    Feb 23, 2007 by CJ | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    I have old vertical wood siding and it's about 26 years old. It's seen it's better days and it needs to be replaced...Can I put new vertical wood siding over the top of the old stuff, or do I need to take of the old?

    • You will need to take off the narrow slats and then you can add new vertical siding if that is how you want to go - It would be a good idea to overlap the old slots with the new siding (in fact stapling siding paper over the whole side would be best). Remember to put the thin slats over the wide ones, they help seal the wall, they are not just for appearance.

  • Avatar Miss Q I have a wood deck that is warping and beat. How can I upgrade it if?
    Mar 09, 2010 by Miss Q | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    Part of the boards on either side are partly on my side and partly the neighbor's side? Have you ever had to deal with this problem, and are there any options?

    • I have had great results with a composite wood product called "TREX". sold at home depot, lumber suppliers, etc. it retains its color, does not have splinters, will not warp. its more expensive than redwood, but well worth the investment. there are several manufacturers of composite wood products.good luck

  • Avatar Travis T Cost to replace aluminium siding with wood clapboard?
    Aug 06, 2006 by Travis T | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    The house we just bought is great. But just one downside. The house is covered in ugly aluminum siding. My wife and I are considering replacing the siding with a more traditional wood clapboard. We live at the edge o …ctive and conform to the rest of the neighborhood.

    The house is a small 2-story colonial. About 1300 square feet. Anyone know what kind of cost we are looking at? I'm just looking for a ballpark figure...

    • Try this site, from here you can do an alomost perfect estimate of costs for pretty much any thing to do with costs material lists supplies etc... enjoy~

  • Avatar chly1459 Physics problem conduction?
    Jun 27, 2007 by chly1459 | Posted in Physics

    Three building materials, plasterboard (k=0.30 J/ s.m. C degrees), brick (k=0.60 J/ s.m. C degrees), and wood (k=0.10 J/ s.m. C degrees) are sandwiched together. The temperatures at the inside surface is 27 degrees celci …material has the same thickness and cross sectional area. Find the temperature
    (a) at the plasterboard brick interface and
    (b) at the brick wood interface

    i'm not sure how to work this problem...

    • It's a classic heat flow problem. Look in your book and write an equation for the flow of heat through the 3 layers with the delta T being 27 degrees. They do not talk about equilibrium, but they undoubtedly mean to ask what the temperatures are at equilibrium, since the temperature will change with time until equilibrium is reached.

  • Avatar dljo121 Conduction problem finding temperature?
    Jun 28, 2007 by dljo121 | Posted in Physics

    Three building materials, plasterboard (k=0.30 J/ s.m. C degrees), brick (k=0.60 J/ s.m. C degrees), and wood (k=0.10 J/ s.m. C degrees) are sandwiched together. The temperatures at the inside surface is 27 degrees celci …material has the same thickness and cross sectional area. Find the temperature
    (a) at the plasterboard brick interface and
    (b) at the brick wood interface

    i'm not sure how to work this problem...

    • When the steady-state is reached then heat flowing across all intermittent junctions is same or Q-dot =same
      Q-dot = - k A dT/dx = - dT/(x/kA)
      - ve sign tells that fall in temp and dx are in opposite directi …(Tbw/0)
      (0.2/3) (27) = (0.1) (Tbw - 0)
      Tbw = 18 deg C
      temps are
      27 ---- 21 ----- 18 ----- 0
      outside ---- Tpb ----- Tbw ----- inside
      .........plaster .... brick ...... wood .....