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Western Red Cedar Siding

Welcome to the world of Western Red Cedar siding, where durability meets aesthetic appeal in perfect harmony. This top-tier siding material, renowned for its dimensional stability and natural decay resistance, is the ideal choice for homeowners seeking a blend of longevity and beauty for their homes.

Western Red Cedar is not just a material; it’s a statement of style and sustainability. Its rich, warm tones can transform any home into a rustic retreat, while its versatility allows it to be stained or painted to match any color scheme. This flexibility ensures that Western Red Cedar can complement any architectural style, making it a truly adaptable choice for your home’s exterior.

The appeal of Western Red Cedar extends beyond its visual charm however. This robust material is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insects, making it a reliable choice for homes in all climates. Whether you’re nestled in a humid coastal town or perched in a region with extreme temperatures, Western Red Cedar siding stands strong, maintaining its beauty over time.

In addition, choosing Western Red Cedar is a renewable resource, responsibly grown and harvested, it’s a choice that respects our planet.

And let’s not forget the serenity that comes with living in a home clad in Western Red Cedar. Thanks to the excellent acoustics of natural wood and lumber products, your home becomes a haven of tranquility.

As you explore the possibilities of Western Red Cedar siding, consider how your home’s architectural style might influence your choice of siding pattern. Also, think about how the use of natural wood could enhance the comfort of your home across different seasons.

For more insights into Western Red Cedar and other natural wood and lumber products, feel free to explore our exterior products page. Welcome to a world where nature meets design in the most beautiful way.

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Imagine this: You’re building a new home or planning to revamp the exterior of your current one. You’re looking for a material that not only enhances the beauty of your home but also adds to its durability. Enter Red Cedar siding, a popular choice among homeowners for its unbeatable natural beauty and long-lasting exterior.

Picture the warm, reddish-brown color and unique grain patterns of Red Cedar. It’s like bringing a piece of the forest right to your doorstep, creating an ideal setting for homes with a traditional or rustic aesthetic. But the charm of Red Cedar goes beyond its good looks.

Think about the peace of mind you’ll have knowing that your home’s exterior is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insects. Red Cedar is a warrior against the elements, maintaining its beauty for many years, come rain or shine. Speaking of rain, Red Cedar has a knack for shedding water, making it a great ally against water damage and rot, especially in areas with high rainfall or harsh weather conditions.

Now, let’s talk about comfort. Red Cedar is a natural insulator, working tirelessly to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It’s like having a personal climate control system that can help you save on energy bills and make your home comfortable year-round.

And if you’re someone who cares about the environment, you’ll be glad to know that Red Cedar is a sustainable choice. It’s a renewable resource, grown and harvested responsibly, making it an environmentally friendly option for your home.

Finally, let’s not forget about versatility. With Red Cedar, you’re not tied down to a specific look. It can be stained or painted to match your home’s color scheme, fitting any design aesthetic like a dream.

So, are you ready to embrace the many benefits of Red Cedar siding? For more information, feel free to explore our exterior products page.

Red Cedar’s freedom from pitch and resin provide a good base for a range of finishes, from paints, solid color stains to water-repellent preservatives and semi-transparent stains.

Choosing your siding pattern is mostly a matter of personal preference, influenced by the architectural style of your home and its setting. 

We invite you to browse our product galleries, and learn about installation tips and finishing suggestions.

*Please note that coverage estimators are generally based on using green/unseasoned materials.  Dry materials may have a narrower net size, so the conversion factors may need to be adjusted based on the product being used.  However, If you use a standard 5%-15% trim and waste factor, you should be covered for some occasional shrinkage*

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