Light in color, durable and long lasting, Alaskan Yellow Cedar is an ideal choice for exterior projects. Also known as Nootka cypress, yellow cypress, Alaska cypress, Nootka cedar, yellow cedar, and/or Alaska cedar, this cedar lumber will provide many years of carefree service.
In each of these projects, dimensional Yellow Cedar lumber boards are installed vertically to make a unique fence that compliments the homeowners landscape and style.
Both of these projects are located in the Pacific Northwest and were completed by homeowners using our specialty building materials.
Hot in the building market right now, Clear Western Red Cedar T&G for both interiors and exteriors! Check out this stunning unique, contemporary home in the bay area of California. We worked closely with the builder to ensure the specs of the siding were an exact match to the architect's design.
Since Western Red Cedar is only grown in the Pacific Northwest, our products are sought out all over the US due to the quality, as well as pricing. To give our customers a piece of mind, we are able to provide fire treatment to our Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir building materials, including Western Red Cedar shingles and shakes. The fire treating process we use has passed strict fire and weathering tests and complies with all building codes.
This stunning custom home was recently completed in Malibu, California. All the exterior Cedar cladding was fire treated prior to shipment. Note how the interior Western Red Cedar matches the exterior, even though the exterior has been treated. The process leaves no residue or noticeable difference in color or texture of the Cedar.