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Holiday Hours Nov - 2017
Greetings! While we love the smell of Cedar in our showroom, we prefer to spend the holidays with our families so here is our updated Holiday Schedule.
A big THANK YOU to RJM Construction for the aerial drone photos of their beautiful new home project in Friday Harbor. We supplied them with #1 & Btr FOHC Douglas Fir Timbers, 1x6 Clear Western Red Cedar T&G and Alaska Yellow Cedar timbers.
We are proud to announce that Sound Cedar is now a stocking retailer for Deckorators Composite Decking products. We realize that value, durability and low maintenance are key items when it comes to customer satisfaction and Deckorators are industry leading in choices, quality and warranty.
Our friends at Pacific Style Landscapes (website) have highlighted a great project that they designed & built with our Tight-Knot Western Red Cedar. Their client wanted the fence to match her Asian-style entry garden and the team at Pacific Style Landscapes did not disappoint.
When a client lives on an island and there are no roads or ferry services available, how do you deliver a load of Western Red Cedar without damaging it? The answer, float it over.
Western Red Cedar weathers naturally to a beautiful silver finish that requires no maintenance to maintain. Depending on the sunlight and moisture in the air, the silvering color changes. In this project, Owner Mike Gould wanted to match an existing barn next to the home. How well did we do?
Looking for ideas on how to network with us to help promote your business? We network daily with businesses on Facebook, Houzz, Google + and more. Read more about what we are doing and how your business can reach out with us.
Alaska Yellow Cedar is the hardest known cedar in the world. It has exceptional resistance to insect and weather damage yet is easy to work with.
Founded in 1954 and known as the voice of the cedar industry-the WRCLA operates customer service programs throughout Canada and the United States to support its members' cedar products with information, education and quality standards.
A real wood deck is naturally beautiful, unrivaled by imitators and can last for a very long time. Typical cedar decks can last for 15 to 20 years, but what is it that makes them so resilient? Why do some decks fail early? The answer to these questions lies before the deck is even purchased.
Buildings made of materials grown by the power of the sun are healthy, natural and renewable, requiring far less energy than man-made building materials. Wood products that come from sustainably managed forests play an important role in protecting our climate.