Hey everyone, I was getting ready to head to bed, and thinking of my list of things to do. Soon I want to think about winterizing our mini barn, but funds are a bit limited right now. I was wondering if anyone has used OSB for siding, and how long did it last? I was thinking we could co the exterior on 3 sides with OSB and treat it. I know OSB doesn't last forever, but it's the cheapest route I know of to get siding on. Later on we'll put some nice siding on, but we might add on to the barn, so it's better to wait and do that when we figure out what we want to do. On the side I don't plan to do anything with - east side of the barn. Everything comes from the west/north or south. On the east side of the barn I have temporary shelters set up, and will put OSB on the outsides of them as well. So those should help stop any drafts. I just want to know if getting OSB would be a good move. I know they come in 4'x8' sheets. I want to get started on this as soon as I can, as I may not have a lot of time this fall. Thanks for any help. BTW, our mini barn is made out of pallets! I have another thread about it to show what it looks like in this section. I had considered taking boards off of old pallets and filling in the spaces, but it would be way too time consuming to get it done, and I think having siding up would stop the drafts a little better.