Smarbark Engineered Bark Siding has been selected in modern rustic designs. Clean lines in a shake application. The rustic tree bark faux look adds a new look to the sustainable revolution. Smarbark panels have added R value and fire resistant properties. This alternative can save energy and also brings nature into any project.
Barkclad has taken the Smartbark concept in bark siding to a new level.. With a new look and High volume demand we can add the look of bark siding to any project. American Chestnut or Poplar can now be added with the value if R-Value and a low flame spread. Smartbark is the right choice for your new project. Smartbark is the perfect choice for exterior and interior applications. Smartbark gives you the look of tree bark with the added benefits of quick installation, insulation value, 25 year warranty and low flame spread. And the best part of all is its…MADE IN THE USA!
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AMERICAN CHESTNUT SMARTBARK
Barkclad’s Smartbark:US patented Engineered Bark Siding introduces new product line
Poplar and Chestnut can now be added to any home’s interior or exterior!
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Back to School! Setting the classroom to educate consumers and our customers on the Next Generation of Bark Siding. Historical American Chestnut.
All SmartBark products are weather resistant so they do not fade, darken, rot, mold, crack or curl. They are easy to install and don’t require bug treatment or a special moisture barrier. BarkClad’s exclusive 30-year limited warranty ensures your SmartBark siding will look beautiful for years to come.
SmartBark Poplar, SmartBark Sourwood and SmartBark Chestnut are washable, paintable and flame resistant, and with an R-value of 4.7 per inch, SmartBark saves on energy costs year after year.
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Our signature Natural Poplar Bark Siding is now available in an all-new Planed Surface Finish. Used as a backsplash, wainscoting or on an entire wall, it’s the perfect rich and rustic interior accent for your home.
For a limited time, we’re making an EXCLUSIVE offer on our Planed Surface Natural Bark. We’ll ship your order FREE with a $270 purchase of Planed Surface Natural Bark (35 square feet). That’s a 15- to 25-percent savings depending on shipping destination. Offer ends Oct. 15.
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BarkClad, a leader in the bark siding industry, announced today that it is the strategic provider of bark building materials for MossCreek, a custom designer of rustic American-style homes.
Through this new relationship, BarkClad will offer its signature Natural Poplar Bark and new SmartBark engineered bark siding for use in MossCreek home design projects. The new strategy formalizes the longstanding relationship of the two companies and emphasizes their commitment to the highest quality in home design.
“MossCreek knows rustic home design and building better than anyone,” said Brian Summers, said Brian Summers, Corporate Operations Officer for BarkClad. “We are proud to be the strategic supplier and part of the MossCreek tradition.”
Founded in 1999 in the mountains of western North Carolina, BarkClad has built a reputation nationwide and in Canada on providing the highest-quality natural bark products and exceptional customer service. Every BarkClad product, including all natural products and the innovative SmartBark engineered bark siding, is stamped with the BarkClad seal of approval guaranteeing the highest quality in the industry. BarkClad is an FSC-certified company and member of the Western North Carolina Green Building Council.
MossCreek is a leader in the American log and timber frame homes industry, specializing in ready-to-purchase home plans and custom design. MossCreek homes can be found in exclusive communities and estate locations throughout the U.S.
“BarkClad has always been a welcome product on MossCreek homes,” said Allen Halcomb, president of MossCreek. “We are excited that our two independent companies will be working together to promote the use of bark products on more homes throughout America.”
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The sweepstakes ends Sept. 2. Winners will be announced on or around Sept. 16.
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Summer is harvest time for BarkClad Natural Bark Siding
Summer is the busiest time of the year for BarkClad. During a few short weeks, the BarkClad crew heads into the woods to harvest its signature all-natural bark siding.
Working with loggers who are cutting poplar timber for the furniture and plywood industries, BarkClad harvests its bark only from already-felled trees, saving what otherwise would go to waste to create a beautiful natural siding product.
The poplar bark is hand-peeled and cut at the tree harvest site, then carefully carried, not pulled or dragged, to a pallet where it is stacked flat for drying. This “hands-on” process minimizes damage and maintains the natural integrity of the bark.
Back at the mill the bark is placed in a kiln where it is dried slowly at a constant heat, a process that also destroys any insects, eggs, larvae and fungi that may be present. Once drying is complete, the bark siding is cut to specification and ready to ship.
It’s a painstaking process, and not much different than the technique used by mountain residents centuries ago.
Tradition is important at BarkClad. For 15 years, the western North Carolina company has built a reputation on providing the highest-quality natural bark siding and building products and exceptional customer service. The company’s distinctive bark is found on the exteriors and interiors of fine rustic homes and lodges, lake cabins, seaside cottages, and natural commercial properties across North America.
Please visit www.barkclad.com for more information on BarkClad and its high-quality bark products.
BarkClad is cover story in Ideas Section Sunday, July 26 edition of Asheville-Citizen Times.