Nominal size: 1 1/4" x 6".
Finished (actual) size: 1" x 5 1/2
Yellow cedar grows in the Pacific Northwest. This includes British Columbia and Alaska.
Yellow cedar is commonly used for decking, canoeing and rowing. It can also be used for interior wall panels.
Yellow cedar wood is very hard, stable and strong. Its grain is uniform and straight. Its flexibility makes it durable and resistant to splitting.
Ideal for all your projects
Although it is chosen for its superior durability, cedar has many qualities that make it a product of choice for all your projects. In particular, it is highly resistant to warping, twisting and splitting. Outside, it is resistant to mildew, insects and bad weather. Easy to maintain, it stands out as a 100% natural material that will give you many years of performance.
For interior projects, in addition to its rich and warm appearance, it is chosen for its acoustic properties that dampen ambient sound and increase occupant comfort.
Types of projects
Yellow cedar is very versatile. Its various characteristics, which are appreciated by consumers, make it a wood species used for both interior and exterior applications.
Indoors, it is used for wainscoting and mouldings. Its ease of maintenance, acoustic properties and rich appearance contribute to creating a warm and welcoming environment for occupants.
Outside, the projects are even more numerous. Fences, decks, solariums, pergolas, patios, siding, beams and other installations that will complete the look of your home for years to come.
Cedar can be stained and painted without difficulty. With proper finishing and maintenance, your deck will keep its luster for many years.