Inland Red Cedar
Inland Red Cedar is the same genus/species as coastal-grown Western Red Cedar, but grows at higher, dryer elevations. The striped character of the wood is a result of the dryer climate and more extreme seasonal changes. The trees don't grow as tall and have denser branching which gives the wood its beautiful knotty appearance. Inland Red is one of the most durable softwoods, resists water and decay, and repels insects. It is ideal for exterior siding and fencing projects, as well as interior paneling applications.
16CEDIMP 1X6 Inland Red Cedar, Imperial (7/8" x 5 1/2")
18CEDIMP 1X8 Inland Red Cedar, Imperial (7/8" x 7 1/4")
14CEDIMP 1X4 Inland Red Cedar, Imperial (7/8" x 3 1/2")
This lumber is selected for its tight knots (STK) and is surfaced on one side and two edges (S1S2E). The smooth or rough surface may be used as the visible surface, which offers design versatility. Milling into shiplap or T&G patterns for paneling is also available.