Lumber

Plywood / Western Red Cedar / Framing / Treated

Sheathing Plywood- CDX

  • Yellow pine or fir
  • ½ , 5/8, ¾ thickness
  • Rough 2 side product
  • Used where appearance doesn’t matter
  • Supporting structure for flooring
  • Wall or roof sheathing

Underlay plywood

  • ½ and 5/8 thick 4×8 square edge
  • ¾ and 5/8 thick 4×8 tongue and groove
  • Sanded on one side
  • Used under finished floors (vinyl, tile, linoleum
    and carpet)
AC
  • finished on one side
  • ¼ to ¾ 4×8
  • Sanded on one side
  • Used for finished work
Cabinet grade plywood
  • Hardwood veneer over standard plywood
  • Sub-straight for cabinet work, built ins and wainscoting
  • Available in 1/8 to ¾ 4×8
  • Birch, cherry and red oak in stock

Plywood:
Plywood was originally patented in 1797 and by the middle of
the 1800’s was being manufactured in France and introduced
to the United States.

Today, plywood is used in many applications that need
high-quality, high-strength sheet material.

These uses include:

  • Floors, walls and roofs in home constructions
  • Wind bracing panels
  • Fencing
  • Floors subjected to heavy wear in various buildings
    and factories
  • Supporting structure for flooring
  • Floor base

Our Plywood Offerings:
1/8 to ¾ standard thickness other sizes available by special
order

OSB- Oriented strand board

  • 7/16 and 5/8 thick in 4×8 and 4×9
  • 4×10
  • ¾ 4×8 tongue and groove
  • Used for sheathing sidewall or roof
  • Exterior rated product
  • Used for sub floor


Western Red Cedar
Western Red Cedar is among the most widespread trees in the Pacific Northwest. The soft red-brown timber has a tight, straight grain and few knots. It is known for its distinct warm reddish color appearance, aroma, and natural resistance to decay and insects. It is extensively used for outdoor construction in posts, decking, shingles, and siding.

Our Offerings:

  • 1×4 to 1×12 in A or better clear grade
  • 1×4 to 1×12 in standard knotty grade
  • 2×4 and 2×6 in standard construction grade
  • 5/4 x 6 in standard decking
  • 4×4 in clear and knotty
  • 2×2 in D and better
  • ½ x 8 bevel siding


Framing Lumber
Eastern Spruce/ Spruce Pine Fir (SPF);

2×4 – 2×12; advantages: strong for structural framing use; “white wood” and Hemfir; 2x 8 – 2x 12 and 4×4 – kiln dried – western conifer product used for structural – floor joists, headers, rafters


Treated Lumber
Eastern Spruce/ Spruce Pine Fir (SPF);
Southern yellow pine – rot and insect resistent, ground contact; uses: any exposed exterior applications- decks, decking, gazebos, flowing beds, fencing, not recommended for raised vegetable beds.

Number One Grade:
2×4; 2×6

Premium
5/4×6

Standard
2×8 – 2×12; 1×6; 1×4, 4×4, 4×6, 6×6

LVL
laminated veneer lumber: characterstics – stronger than solid wood – used primarily for beams and header in load bearing situations.

9.5 and 11 7/8 in width

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