California Prime Premium Wood Siding & Trim

CA Prime profiles

CALIFORNIA Prime is a CLEAR solid wood product that is finger-jointed to provide the ultimate in performance and is available in preferred long lengths. Featured with a double coat factory prefinish with low VOC sealants making it ideal for either interior or exterior applications. CALIFORNIA PRIME provides the performance of a clear natural wood product, but at the fraction of the cost. An excellent option for siding, ceiling, and trim board applications, ready to finish upon installation.

The Finest Stock, The Best Coating

The Lake States Lumber CALIFORNIA PRIME line is specifically manufactured and treated to create the highest quality product available. Using state-of-the-art application and curing equipment, our premium stock is made to last for many generations. We are proud to offer a beautiful, durable product that is ready for installation and final painting the moment it reaches the craftsmen.

Two Coat Exterior Prime

Our two coat process creates the ideal base for your finish coat and is protected with our 10 year limited warranty. The result: CALIFORNIA PRIME quality, inside and out.

Superior Wood

All CALIFORNIA PRIME products have been specifically formulated to be the ultimate in siding, fascia and trim. Being made of quality, clear, finger-jointed Paulownia, this product is naturally designed for exterior use and ideal for enduring extreme weather. To learn more about Paulownia .

Surfacing + Sizes + Lengths
CALIFORNIA PRIME products come in a great selection of sizes, patterns and lengths. We offer plain bevel sidings, a beaded ceiling pattern and S1S2E boards.

1 x 4 - 1 x 12 S1S2E Boards
5/4 x 4 - 5/4 x 12 S1S2E Boards
2 x 4 - 2 x 12 S1S2E Dimension
1/2 x 4 - 1/2 x 8 Plain Bevel Siding

Source: lakestateslumber.com

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A contractor I used to work for used to cut the wood-siding about 1" larger than the opening (large enough for the new construction window to fit), caulk the hell out of it and then install the trim. The only thing protecting the building from the elements is this trim.
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  • The multi-function support handle easily holds material in place.
  • Allows person to work alone, eliminating the need for a bulky deadman.
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