S4S Lumber


Alder Superior

Alder Superior, S4S (Ready To Use)

Blue Stain Pine

Blue Stain Pine (also called Beetle Kill Pine) comes from multiple species of Pine and can also include species of Spruce and Alpine fir. It typically is a light-colored softwood, with nearly-white to pale yellow colorin

Double Primed Finger-Joint Poplar

Double Primed finger-joint Poplar is an excellent solution for customers that desire the highest quality hardwood product for their trim package, there is no better substrate than Poplar.

Knotty Paneling

Knotty Wood Shiplap Paneling is in-stock in Knotty Ponderosa Pine 
5/8" X 6-3/4" with a Reveal of 0" to 1/4"

Other Softwood Species that can be used for Paneling:
Ponderosa Pine - Knotty Pine
Blue Stain Pine

Knotty Alder

Knotty Alder S4S (Ready to use)

African Mahogany

Scientific Name: Khaya species (Khaya anthotheca, K. grandifoliola, K. ivorensis, K. senegalensis)
Common Name: African Mahogany
Janka Hardness: 1070
Tree: 100-120 ft tall, 3-5 ft trunk diamete...


Yellow Birch, Select & Better, S4S (Ready To Use)


Cherry, Select & Better, S4S (Ready To Use)

Douglas Fir

Clear Vertical Grain Doug Fir, S4S (Ready To Use)


Hickory, Select & Better, S4S (Ready To Use)


Scientific Name: Handroanthus spp.
Common Name: Ipe, Brazilian Walnut, Lapacho, Ironwood
Janka Hardness: 3510
Tree: 100-150 ft tall, 2-4 ft trunk diameter
Distribution: Tropical Centra...


Hard Maple (S4S Ready to Use)


Pine (S4S Ready To Use)


Poplar, FAS, S4S (Ready To Use)

Red Oak

Scientific Name: Quercus rubra
Common Name: Red Oak, American Red Oak, Champion Oak
Janka Hardness: 1220
Tree: 80-150 ft tall, 3-6 ft trunk diameter
Distribution: Central and Eastern ...


Walnut, FAS, S4S (Ready To Use)

White Ash

Scientific Name: Fraxinus americana
Common Name: White Ash, American White Ash
Janka Hardness: 1320
Tree: 65-100 ft tall, 2-5 trunk diameter
Distribution: Eastern North America

White Oak

Scientific Name: Quercus alba
Common Name: White Oak, Stave Oak
Janka Hardness: 1350
Tree: 80-100 ft tall, 3-4 ft trunk diameter
Distribution: Central and Eastern United States