Model # 27862

Internet #207078140

Store SKU #1001810004

null 1/2 in. x 4 in. x 4 ft. Weathered Hardwood Board (8-Piece)
0719931278623

1/2 in. x 4 in. x 4 ft. Weathered Hardwood Board (8-Piece)

  • 10.5 Sq. Ft. per carton
  • Provides authentic reclaimed barn wood appearance
  • Ideal for walls, headboards, interior project ideas
$2498 /each
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Product Overview

  • 10.5 Sq. Ft. per carton
  • Provides authentic reclaimed barn wood appearance
  • Ideal for walls, headboards, interior project ideas
There are so many amazing ways to use Weaber barn wood wall paneling to achieve a spectacular decorative rustic reclaimed wood look in your home. The barn wood wall appearance has been used time and time again. The unique beauty of reclaimed wood is totally timeless and can be used in different parts of the home.
  • Manufactured from northern appalachian poplar, a renewable resource
  • Kiln dried and oxidized to an esthetically pleasing color
  • Natural material with variations in color
  • Actual dimensions 3/8 in. thickness x 3-7/8 in. width x 4 ft. length
  • 8 boards/10.5 sq. ft. with a weight of 12 lbs.
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Product Overview

  • 10.5 Sq. Ft. per carton
  • Provides authentic reclaimed barn wood appearance
  • Ideal for walls, headboards, interior project ideas
Model #: 27862
Sku #: 1001810004
Internet #: 207078140

There are so many amazing ways to use Weaber barn wood wall paneling to achieve a spectacular decorative rustic reclaimed wood look in your home. The barn wood wall appearance has been used time and time again. The unique beauty of reclaimed wood is totally timeless and can be used in different parts of the home.

  • Manufactured from northern appalachian poplar, a renewable resource
  • Kiln dried and oxidized to an esthetically pleasing color
  • Natural material with variations in color
  • Actual dimensions 3/8 in. thickness x 3-7/8 in. width x 4 ft. length
  • 8 boards/10.5 sq. ft. with a weight of 12 lbs.
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
4
Actual product thickness (in.)
.375
Actual product width (in.)
3.875
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
10.5 ft²
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
4
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/2
Nominal Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Appearance Board Type
Weathered Wood Boards
Board Joint Type
Square Edge
Fastener recommendation
Nails and/or Liquid Nails
Features
No Additional Features
Finish Type
Finished
Lumber Grade
Rough
Lumber Wood Species
Poplar
Material
Wood
Moisture content
Kiln Dried
Number Of Boards Per Pack
8
Returnable
90-Day
Texture
Granulated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer Defects Only

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
4
Actual product thickness (in.)
.375
Actual product width (in.)
3.875
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
10.5 ft²
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
4
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/2
Nominal Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Appearance Board Type
Weathered Wood Boards
Board Joint Type
Square Edge
Fastener recommendation
Nails and/or Liquid Nails
Features
No Additional Features
Finish Type
Finished
Lumber Grade
Rough
Lumber Wood Species
Poplar
Material
Wood
Moisture content
Kiln Dried
Number Of Boards Per Pack
8
Returnable
90-Day
Texture
Granulated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer Defects Only

Questions & Answers

Can I use an air brad gun to secure these to dry wall? 1.5inch brads? I will be covering 85sqft.

Asked by: builderboy
Yes I recommend you do. Skip the liquid nail I used 1 inch nails and the wall went up quick!
Answered by: shoooter
Date published: 2017-11-19

Do the 8 pieces come attached as 1 piece as pictured or individual pieces ?

Asked by: Patrick
8 pieces 3.5 x .378 x 4 feet.
Answered by: Gruntersdad
Date published: 2017-10-06

Would it be possible to sand it down enough to apply a polyurethane clear coat, or would that remove the color?

Asked by: CompleteAmateur
I think you would rob the Weathered quality by sanding. It has a weathered look for a reason. I would buy a spray clear if you really wanted to coat it.
Answered by: Gruntersdad
Date published: 2017-05-08

Is the wood smooth or rough?

I would like to use this for a desk top. Is it smooth? If rough and I sand it down I know the finish will come off.
Asked by: Steve
The wallboards are rough. They have circular saw marks on 1 side, and band saw marks on the other. if you are looking for a distressed look. the boards show a lot of character when sanded lightly
Answered by: WeaberLumber
Date published: 2017-09-25
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Customer Reviews

1/2 in. x 4 in. x 4 ft. Weathered Hardwood Board (8-Piece) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 111.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Stars for what it is - stained and imperfect warped reclaimed wood. Nothing new here that hasn... 5 Stars for what it is - stained and imperfect warped reclaimed wood. Nothing new here that hasn't already been said. For like $350 bucks (including $9 for a gallon of brownish mistint paint) it was the right price for the feature/accent wall behind our 75" TV in the family room. I like the cracks, missing knots, orange marks, etc.. It was the perfect amount of rustic for the room. I also cheated and did a 1 plank picture frame border so all my cuts could be rough which saved a ton of time. While people are split on their varied mileage with the product, for me it was a solid 5 stars based on price, expected quality and final result.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This wall is the focal point of our newly renovated basement. We were looking for a project we co... This wall is the focal point of our newly renovated basement. We were looking for a project we could do together without breaking the bank. I would highly recommend this product and we get tons of compliments on the wall. It was easy to install as all we used was a nail gun, a level, a stud finder, and a miter saw. Each box contained the same amount of shades and that helped when piecing it all together. We loved how no piece of wood was the same and how some had minuscule character with flaws and knots that added to the rustic look we were going for. Our wall is 30 feet long and this project took us 4 hours to complete.
Date published: 2017-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I did our master bedroom wall in this. The photos are a little misleading because the boards are ... I did our master bedroom wall in this. The photos are a little misleading because the boards are a good bit more contrast-y from one another. A few boards are almost black while a few a pretty light. I wanted a little less going on, so I sanded a few of the them and put a blue-tinted white-wash on some of the darker ones. They were really easy to install using only a air finishing gun. I didn't use the extra boards; I just put lots of finishing nails. A few boards were slightly less than 4 inches which threw my wall off a little in some places but we just painted between the boards with a dark stain. Overall, I'm happy with how it turned out.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I did an accent wall with this. On one hand it is very easy especially because it is all pre stai... I did an accent wall with this. On one hand it is very easy especially because it is all pre stained. You will need Saw (preferably mitre saw) Something to tac it down (preferably bradly nailer for minimal hole) Something to mark the end cuts (pencil, knife, etc) The last row (be it very top or very bottom) you might need to cut the boards width wise as the last row might be narrower than the rest. NOTE!!! The boards are not consistant. Sometimes they are not square, some are 1/4" wide, others 1/2" wide. Some boards have a corner piece missing. Some boards are bowed width wise, others length wise, etc. So it is VERY IMPORTANT to plan your layout. If you look closely at my picture, you can see that some of the rows started to wave/curve. Learn from me. It might be smarter to make a gride layout with a chalk line that is maybe 4 1/8" wide, and center the boards in the middle of each row. This will create small gaps in between, but at least it'll be more uniform. All boards come at exactly 4ft wide, so you need to cut them random lengths to achieve this look. Obviously with a box of 4x4 ft that equals 16sq ft. My project was about 70sq ft, so I got 5 boxes (80 sq foot) and had some left over. Note that when cutting these you will have "cut" ends and "virgin" ends. What I mean by that, is the virgin ends are stained to match the stain on the face of the board. The cut ends will be a light wood color not matching the stain. Strongly recommend you be conscious about this when putting end boards on, you will preferably want virgin ends so it all matches. This entire project took me about 3-4 hours (though if I was to lay it out better, maybe 4-5 hours). Again note the top row. All rows were about 4" wide, that top row was 3 1/4" wide. I.E. I had to throw those top pieces on my table saw to get them to fit just right. That or I guess I could've spaced out other rows a hair more each so it would add up to fitting it better, but that would've left more gaps, as well as been much more difficult to get to just flat out "work". So anticipate needing to rip that last row length wise. Table saw is best, skill saw, band saw, router, a hand saw will take some skill for sure... All in all sure you could get a better looking product by staining wood yourself, but it would be much more expensive and take a lot more work. So I recommend this to anyone that wants to do a job for a fair price (my 5 boxes were 125, maybe half a box of bradly nails), and for a still good finish. Now I just need to put my lamp post lights on those dimmers in and a tv/stand and it'll look great!
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If your looking for a quick rustic wall accent..these boards make perfect sense. If you are a per... If your looking for a quick rustic wall accent..these boards make perfect sense. If you are a perfectionist stay away. As others have commented, the boards are not cut consistent, color mixed consistent, nor always flat. You end up with some boards unusable. They pop easily, even with liquid nails. Nailing is necessary to fasten them securely. The results are what I expected and I'm very happy with the look of the wall.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly surprised I was a bit skeptical after seeing the negative reviews but couldn't be happier with the results! I only had a few boards (out of 20ish boxes purchased) that were unusable as whole boards but worked out for smaller sections needed anyway. Definitely recommend!
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would never recommend this to anyone. The boards have broken ends. They look like a pallet with... I would never recommend this to anyone. The boards have broken ends. They look like a pallet with some color on it. The color rubs off when you touch it too. I'm returning all of this.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I've done a reclaimed wood bar using actual reclaimed cedar so this was a much cheaper solution, ... I've done a reclaimed wood bar using actual reclaimed cedar so this was a much cheaper solution, but I had to spend much more time refinishing the wood than I expected. The boards are much duller than the pictures show and I had none that have that have any kind of oak or cedar color to them. I would call it more pallet wood than anything. They are stainable so I was able to bring out some color, but there was also more warping and inconsistent sizing than I would have liked.
Date published: 2017-06-01
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