Beautiful and sustainable, Western Red Cedar is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects and is also a thermal insulator, helping keep homes cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
One of the most sustainable woods on the market, Cedar siding is the premier choice of architects and builders who appreciate its value, versatility and natural aesthetic. With a range of naturally occurring shades, in both a clear and knotty grade, Cedar offers a modern or rustic finish from a long-lasting, premium softwood.
Inset: Clear and Unfinished Western Red Cedar
Cedar siding has weather-resistant properties and is pitch and resin-free, meaning it accepts and holds a wide range of finishes.
From golden honey to warm chestnut, Cedar’s stunning range of organically occurring colors in either a clear or knotty grade make it a sought-after, sustainable option for siding projects. The flame spread rating for Western Red Cedar is 45 (Class B rating). Cedar is the most stable resinous species and has superior resistance to warping, twisting and cracking.