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Apr 03, 2024

4 Ways to Help Maintain Your Wood Siding

Blog Category: Siding

Nothing beats the look of wood siding. It is one of our favorite features of a home, creating a warm, natural look that just feels more cozy and inviting than cement or vinyl options. While quality wood siding is fairly durable, there are steps that you can take to help...

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Mar 20, 2024

5 Ways to Use Circle Sawn Wood for Your Next Home Renovation Project

Blog Category: How To

A new year brings new home renovation projects. And whether you're looking for a quick update or a more significant change, you can never go wrong with incorporating wood into your home. Using textured wood, like Marks Lumber’s renowned circle sawn lumber, timbers, siding, and flooring, can help take your...

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Mar 06, 2024

How Sun and Moisture Affects Wood Products

Blog Category: How To

As a homeowner, you put a lot of time, effort, and energy into ensuring your home looks nice and remains intact and protected. As such, you probably know that the weather and elements can be the most harmful things your home faces. In Montana especially, our homes need to be...

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Feb 21, 2024

5 Reasons to Choose Board and Batten Siding

Blog Category: Siding

Board and Batten is a timeless siding option that can be found on homes, shops, and barns all across Montana and the U.S. This beautiful, vertical siding is known for its durability and easy installation, but there are many other things to love about Board and Batten. Here are a...

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Feb 07, 2024

5 Project Planning Tips for Your Home Renovation Project

Blog Category: Project Inspiration

DIY projects and home renovations can feel daunting after the initial excitement wears off. While you may be tempted to jump right in and start working, planning out your project in advance can help you stay on track and avoid any mishaps along the way. Here are a few tips...

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Jan 17, 2024

4 Unique Ways to Use Circle Sawn Shiplap

Blog Category: Siding

Shiplap has been a popular siding option for decades, and for good reason. Shiplap is a classic siding that is easy to install, durable, and beautiful in its simplicity. With clean, crisp lines and a no-nonsense look, this siding option is timeless. However, don’t let the simplicity of this siding...

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Jan 03, 2024

4 Interior Design Trends You’ll Love

Blog Category: Project Inspiration

A new year brings new design trends to discover and this year is no exception. And while design trends tend to come and go, a focus on quality, sustainable materials and functional design seems to be here to stay. Check out these four interior design trends we think you’ll love...

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Dec 20, 2023

What is End-Matched Flooring?

Blog Category: Flooring

At Marks Lumber, we know a thing or two about flooring. With over 75 years of experience, we’ve worked hard to perfect our renowned circle sawn flooring. To us, this means that our flooring is not only beautiful and durable but also easy to install. That’s why we take the...

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Dec 06, 2023

4 Reasons to Use Wood in the Workplace

Blog Category: Sustainable Lumber Practices

There are many things that make up a healthy workplace. Culture, leadership, health benefits, activity levels and lunch options can all create a healthy work environment. But did you know that architecture and design can also contribute to the overall health and well-being of employees? One concept, known as biophilic...

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Nov 15, 2023

Can Hardwood Floors Be Installed Over Concrete?

Blog Category: Flooring

Hardwood floors are a classic flooring option that can help elevate the look and feel of your home. However, if you’re trying to decide on what type of flooring is best to cover concrete, you may be wondering if hardwood floors are even an option. At Marks Lumber in Clancy...

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