*** All species shown reflect available grades and descriptions, however not all products are pictured, we are constantly expanding our image library, and any pictures a customer may want can be requested to: customerservice@bearcreeklumber.com or phone (800) 597-7191

Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar (WRC) is one of the most versatile species of lumber you can find. Click any of the links below to see this amazing species of lumber as boards, and installed as products. You can also see what it looks like after many years of being exposed to the weather.

Douglas Fir / Larch

The benefit of Douglas fir timbers is that they are stronger, more durable and can handle higher impacts and weight loads. This means your timber home can withstand more extreme weather and are built to last longer than other wood types. Douglas fir lumber is considered to be one of the best woods for home building.

Alaskan Yellow Cedar

For both use-groups, Alaskan Cedar offers the advantages of natural beauty, design flexibility, exceptional dimensional stability and long term durability. Cedar has a long history of withstanding the rigors of time and weather. It is also recognized structural material with known mechanical and physical properties.

Port Orford Cedar

The natural beauty and decay resistance of Port Orford Cedar make it ideal for decking. It is also one of the strongest cedars with strength values



Ponderosa Pine / Spruce

Pine is a renewable resource that is easy to work with, durable for areas of high foot traffic and is often a cost effective option.


Strength. Comfort. Much lighter in weight than plastic composite and tropical hardwoods, redwood can be easily cut, sawed, and drilled with regular woodworking tools. Yet for all that lightness, redwood is one of nature’s strongest building materials with shear strength up to 5x greater than plastic decking products.


Multiple Species

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