Metro Atlanta’s Choice for Western Red Cedar Lumber

Our experienced staff can help you choose the right cedar lumber for your project, whether it’s a new cedar fence or a deck renovation. We offer competitive pricing and quick delivery on western red cedar to ensure that you have what you need when you need it.

Why Choose Western Red Cedar Lumber?

What makes Western Red Cedar lumber a superior building material for your next project? This highly revered, durable wood is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insect attacks, which means anything you build with it will last longer and require less maintenance.

The natural aesthetic charm of red Cedar lumber is unmatched.

Cedar is ideal for accepting and holding dark stains, bleaches, traditional solid colors, and semi-transparents.

When it comes to environmental performance, natural Cedar is superior to synthetic products in every way.

Limited flame spread and other fire-hazard prevention properties.

As one of the world’s most unique softwood species, Western Red Cedar comes with many benefits and has gained a reputation for its natural rich tones, high durability and low environmental impact. 

Studies have proven natural wood to be superior to synthetic products in virtually every way when it comes to environmental performance. It is unsurprising then that Western Red Cedar is a highly sustainable wood type, capable of removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and being both renewable and biodegradable. Western Red Cedar is also most commonly sourced from the best sustainably managed forests worldwide. For these reasons, it is the optimal timber choice for sustainability.

  • Energy Expenditure: Wood products require much less energy to produce than concrete or steel.
  • Recycling Capabilities: Wood cannot only be recycled but regenerated as well. Lumber producers have been so diligent about replanting trees that North American forests have grown 20% since 1970. 
  • Environmental Impact: Wood-product manufacturing produces far fewer toxins and greenhouse gases, which means Cedar has the lowest impact on air and water quality, especially true compared to the manufacturing of human-made materials.

See Western Red Cedar in Action!

Take a look at some of the successful cedar projects by our customers.