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How to Turn Your Old Wood Siding Into Something New

How to Turn Your Old Wood Siding Into Something New

Wood is a popular siding material because of its classic beauty. However, even a sturdy material such as wood is prone to wear and tear that will eventually take a toll. Once it has reached the end of its lifespan, it’s best to invest in siding replacement.

Turn Your Old Wood Siding Into Something New

Fortunately, wood siding can be repurposed in a variety of ways. LASK Roofing & Siding, Inc., a trusted provider of high-quality siding and gutter covers, shares three creative uses for reclaimed wood siding.

Wall Art

Create an accent piece or a large piece of art and hang it on your wall. Use it to cover up an out-of-place structure or awkward marks inside your home. This way, you can turn the space into an interesting, creating a unique visual spectacle. If you want to make something like a textural art display, you can use siding scraps of varying thickness.

Bed Frame and Headboard

You can use the wood to make a frame and headboard for your bed. If you want to create more visual interest, you can cut the strips of wood into different sizes. If your old siding has been damaged due to problems with gutter guards, make sure the parts of the siding you use are in good condition. Check for rot and other kinds of damage.

Bathroom Cabinets

Build a vanity cabinet from reclaimed wood siding to add a rustic touch to your bathroom. To complete the look, you can repurpose an old porcelain wash tub or sink and place it on top of a dark wood siding vanity. You can use siding planks as towel or robe racks too.

LASK Roofing & Siding, Inc. takes pride in our decades-long commitment to superior craftsmanship. We have expertise in many areas, including roof replacement, siding replacement, window replacement and gutter protection services. Call us at (815) 964-2220 or fill out our contact form to request a free quote. We serve customers in Rockford, IL, and the surrounding areas.