$3.09
$2.39

We offer high-quality Western Red Cedar Tongue and Groove. With beautiful natural color and durability, this is a great product to use for a tongue and groove ceiling or as tongue and groove siding. Western Red Cedar is resistant to decay and insects without special additives and makes a great material for soffit over a covered porch. We also have White Cedar Tongue and Groove.

SPRING INTO SAVINGS!

1x6 Prefinished - Was $3.19/LF Now $2.89/LF

1x6 Unfinished - Was $2.79/LF Now $2.39

*Actual Dimensions: 3/4" x 5"

*WP4 Tongue and Groove

*Unfinished or prefinished clear coat

*Square Ends

*Prefinished comes in 8' and 10' Lengths

*Unfinished comes in 8' Lengths 

Price is listed per lineal foot. Minimum of 8 lineal feet per order. Must order even number of lineal feet.

What is the difference between Western Red / Coastal and Inland Red Cedar? Both are the same species. Think of the difference as a different grade of cedar, not a different tree. Western red grows faster and in a different soil type than the inland, which grows primarily in Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, and Montana to the eastern front of the Rockies.

We offer high-quality Western Red Cedar Tongue and Groove. With beautiful natural color and durability, this is a great product to use for a tongue and groove ceiling or as tongue and groove siding. Western Red Cedar is resistant to decay and insects without special additives and makes a great material for soffit over a covered porch. We also have White Cedar Tongue and Groove.

SPRING INTO SAVINGS!

1x6 Prefinished - Was $3.19/LF Now $2.89/LF

1x6 Unfinished - Was $2.79/LF Now $2.39

*Actual Dimensions: 3/4" x 5"

*WP4 Tongue and Groove

*Unfinished or prefinished clear coat

*Square Ends

*Prefinished comes in 8' and 10' Lengths

*Unfinished comes in 8' Lengths 

Price is listed per lineal foot. Minimum of 8 lineal feet per order. Must order even number of lineal feet.

What is the difference between Western Red / Coastal and Inland Red Cedar? Both are the same species. Think of the difference as a different grade of cedar, not a different tree. Western red grows faster and in a different soil type than the inland, which grows primarily in Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, and Montana to the eastern front of the Rockies.

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