Wood Siding

Knotty Siding

Available in:

    • Western Red Cedar
    • Inland Red Cedar
    • Western Red Cedar Bevel Siding
    • Western Red Cedar Primed FJ Bevel Siding
    • Western Red Cedar Primed FJ CVG Trim
    • Western Red Cedar T&G

Clear Siding

Available in:

    • Western Red Cedar VG
    • Western Red Cedar A&BTR
    • Western Red Cedar T&G
    • Inland Red Cedar
    • Blue Star Dark Red Meranti


Available in:

    • Fire Class “c”, CCA .40
    • Fancy Butts
    • Perfections
    • Alaskan Yellow Cedar
    • Western Red Cedar


Available in:

    • Barn Shakes
    • Handsplits Heavy
    • Handsplits Medium
    • Tapersawn
    • Class “c” Fire Retardant
    • Alaskan Yellow Cedar
    • Western Red Cedar

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Tongue & Groove (T&G)

  • Western Red Cedar T&G is widely used for its versatility and appearance
  • It can be installed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally – each method giving a distinctly different look
  • T&G siding is available with rough or smooth faces
  • Both seasoned (kiln-dried) and unseasoned (green) sidings are available
  • The joints between adjoining pieces are usually v-shaped but flush jointed, reveal and radius joints are also available
  • The different joints and surface textures in T&G siding combine to provide a range of shadow line effects that enhance the product’s versatility

Lap Siding

  • Lap sidings are normally supplied in a variety of patterns: either green (unseasoned) or dry, in clear or knotty grades, and with a smooth or saw textured face
  • Lap siding is created by sawing a board lengthwise in a slight pie-shape, which creates a narrow edge on one side of the length of the board, and a wide edge on the other side

Bevel Siding

  • Bevel siding, also referred to as clapboard siding, is available in clear and knotty grades
  • Clear siding gives premium quality appearance, while knotty siding has warmth and casual charm
  • It has been resawn at an angle resulting in two pieces — one edge has a thick butt, while the other edge is thinner

Board & Batten

  • Board & batten is a vertical design created using wide clear or knotty cedar boards spaced apart with narrower boards (battens) covering the joins
  • There are no set board or batten widths – various combinations are used to create different looks suitable for large or small scale applications
  • A frequent combination is 1″x 3″ battens and 1″x 10″ boards, which can also be reversed with boards installed over battens to create a deep channel effect

Finger-Joined Bevel Siding

  • These precision-fitted joins are virtually invisible and stronger than the surrounding fiber
  • Finger-joined bevel siding is available in lengths up to 16 feet and provides the handsome appearance and all-weather performance of premium cedar siding
  • Builders appreciate both the convenient long length tally and the speed and ease of installation with fewer field joins

Channel Siding

  • Channel siding is a popular type of lap siding and is used whenever a rustic appearance is desired
  • A versatile siding, it can be installed vertically, horizontally, or diagonally
  • In channel siding, the profile of each board partially overlaps that of the board next to it creating a channel that gives shadow line effects, provides excellent weather protection, and allows for dimensional movement