Unfinished Wood Sidings- Exterior

We have a good stock of unfinished sidings in both cedar and pine.

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Most cottagers use pine vee joint for their ceilings or walls.

In the past couple of years, new and exciting prefinished profiles

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Architectural design - Cedar compliments any architectural design - from turn-of-the-century to contemporary. The following information is from the Western Red Cedar Association:

Colours - Unfinished cedar has richly textured grain with colours ranging from mellow ambers, reddish cinnamons and rich sienna browns. Its warm coloring is complimented by a uniform, fine-grained texture with a satin luster.

Easy finishing - Because cedar is virtually pitch and resin free, the wood easily accepts a range of finishes, from fine oils and stains, to solid coatings and paint.

Usages - Enhance the beauty and elegance of your home or commerical property with cedar siding, decking, moulding, windows, doors, posts, beams, paneling, outdoor projects, interiors and saunas.

Aroma - Cedar's unique aroma comes from naturally occurring thujaplicins in its heartwood. These compounds resist moisture and are toxc to decay-causing fungi and insects and preserve the wood to give it long lasting appeal.

Acoustic insulation - Acoustic properties of cedar walls and ceilings provide sound insulation necessary to quieten rooms. Surround yourself in the beauty of cedar.
  Bevel Siding 1"x8" Rough or smooth side can be used. No Rabbet





  Channel 1"x8" Rough Face- V back- For Vertical Use





  Tongue and Groove 1"x6"




wavy   Wavy Edge 1"x10"







Red Pine is found in Eastern North America and derives its name from the reddish colour of its bark. It measures 60 to 90 feet tall on average, sometimes growing as high as 120 feet. Its grain is more pronounced than that of the white pine, and almost as durable. In addition, it boasts the advantage of being a harder and stronger wood. Red Pine is used for construction, outdoor work and the manufacture of woodwork, mouldings, floors, panellings and siding. Click here to view the profiles that we stock. The profiles with the black dot are the ones that we stock. Please note that we only have certain widths in each profile.