Unsurpassed natural beauty. Centuries of proven performance. Environmentally friendly. Naturally resistant to decay and insects. It accepts a wide range of finishes. And it’s made entirely with renewable resources.
Unsurpassed Natural Beauty
Aesthetically, it is a naturally stunning building material with deep, tonal properties that accentuate the richly textured wood grains and exposed heartwood.
It is both pitch and resin-free, which means that it can hold a variety of finishes from semi-transparent stains to elegant dark stains. It is also incredibly durable, and will prove to keep your structure attractive for years to come.
A History of Proven Performance
For centuries, the Western Red Cedar has been celebrated by the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations as the “Tree of Life” using it to build longhouses, canoes and totem poles. Thousands of years later and the red cedar continues to be a preferred building material.
Cedar Is Naturally Durable
Red cedar’s reputation for being a naturally durable wood makes it perfect for all outdoor projects. The wood is lightweight and valued for its high natural resistance and decay properties.
It is less susceptible to moisture, insect damage and fungi growth. Cedar is also water damage resistant and can successfully weather long periods of heavy rain and other weather extremes such as snow, hail and strong winds.