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Cedar siding window trim


Cedar siding window trim

Installing 5/4 x 4 primed cedar FJ around Anderson windows. I like to remove about an 1/8 x 1 5/8 all the way so the trim sits flat against the sheathing and not the window nail flange. Usually, I rip the trim on edge through the saw with a wide kerf blade. That gives me the rabbit all the way without a secondary cut needed. I like to also rip a 5 degree in the short edge so the trim sits perfectly against the window. Anderson makes a solid product …

Cedar siding Modular Homes


Cedar siding Modular Homes

But this modular cabin, recently delivered to Tunkhannock, PA, sports a few differences offering more of a cottage feel. Let’s take a look… The most obvious and prominent feature on this cabin is the 10 foot flat shed dormer. It adds usable space on the interior, but it’s perfectly proportioned on the exterior. On the exterior, the addition of Board & Batten siding in place of log siding appeals to the cottage feel. The Board and Batten stain …

Cedar side Bevel Cedar siding


Cedar side Bevel Cedar siding

This is a plain bevel or tapered lap siding made with a Western Red Cedar graded Select with tight knots. This grade does allow for knots, but the knots should be tight and not fall out. This bevel lap siding is made out of S1S2E, surfaced on one face and both edges and left rough on one face. It is graded for the rough face. The back side is smoother, but may have imperfections from milling. Western Red Cedar holds up very well to the exterior elements …

Cedar siding underlayment


Cedar siding underlayment

BCedar Breather Underlayment from Benjamin Obdyke | Benjamin Obdyke

Cedar Bevel Siding 10 Sale


Cedar Bevel Siding 10 Sale

Western Red Cedar bevel siding is the most widely-used siding type. It is produced by resawing lumber at an angle to produce two pieces thicker on one edge than the other. The manufacturing process results in pieces with one face saw textured. The other face is smooth or saw textured depending on the grade and customer preference. Bevel siding is installed horizontally and gives an attractive shadow line which varies with the thickness of siding selected …

Cedar Shingle Siding


Cedar Shingle Siding

Shingle style homes, descendants of the Eastlake style and Queen Anne Victorians, have a strong allure for those who love the look of real wood shingles. Whether or not your home has the charm and architectural details of the shingle style - such as arched buttresses, eyebrow dormers, rolling shingled corners and sweeping buttresses - wood shingles can be used to clad the exterior of your home. In fact, cedar shingles look good on contemporary, colonial …

Cedar Wood Siding Products


Cedar Wood Siding Products

From the smallest cabin to the largest commercial endeavor, we have the wood siding for every job. Our log siding and cedar siding are superior because of our wood quality, precision fitting and style options. Why Our Log and Cedar Siding is the Best Choice For Your Home Choose from 6”, 8”, 10” and 12” face coverage, in pine or cedar . High-tech milling machines ensures our logs and corners fit together with a minimum of job site fitting and cutting …

Real Cedar Shake Siding


Real Cedar Shake Siding

Wood tiles and rattles go back to northeastern times when we were holding the roofs system of preference. They are usually made from Reddish Cedar. The tiles are sawn consistently, in a few common sizes. Drinks are break up, creating a much more rustic look, but that does need an additional lifetime of roofing sensed between each covering to help prevent water leaks. Wood roofs can be attached to roofs which might be 3:12 and over. They’re also light …