Wood Species

Yellow Cedar

Yellow cedar is fine-textured and straight-grained and its natural extractives make it a decay-resistant wood that is
aromatic when cut. Due to its various natural characteristics, yellow cedar is widely used for shingles, poles, marine pilings,
oars and paddles, decorative panelling, mouldings, and cabinet work. The structural grades of this species
are also commonly used for exterior applications such as bridges, decking, stairs, and for landscaping.

Common uses

This wood is incredibly easy to work and therefore is prized for applications such as joinery and carpentry, decorative panelling, furniture, mouldings and cabinetwork. Due to its durability, yellow cedar is used for shingles, posts, poles, marine pilings, small boat hulls, oars and paddles, water and chemical tanks, exterior door and window boxes. Structural grades are commonly used for exterior applications such as bridges, decking stairs and for landscaping. It is sometimes used in specialty construction projects such as temples and shrines.

Features

  • Exceptional working properties
  • Perfect wood for carving
  • Turns, planes and shapes well
  • Good gluing properties
  • Good nail and screw holding ability
  • Takes good finish

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