Our solid wood ceiling and siding products are made from hand-cut, kiln-dried wood for exceptional durability and beauty. Our siding and paneling profiles are carefully crafted to accentuate the beauty of your home.
Discounts are available on orders over 1,000 square feet.
We offer a range of natural wood species, and our kiln-drying process ensures that our products are free of moisture, reducing the risk of warping and rot. Explore our premium quality ceiling and siding materials below.
Our siding and paneling profiles are designed to provide a traditional look and character that only real solid wood can achieve. Whether you prefer the classic shiplap design or the distinctive Dutch Lap “Cove Lap” style, we have options for any project. Our V-Joint/Double V-Joint and Micro-beveled Eased Edge profiles are perfect for creating a clean, modern look, yet our Wainscoting/Beadboard adds the perfect rustic charm. Create the perfect look for your home, inside or out.
Douglas Fir is a strong, durable, and workable wood that provides a warm and inviting atmosphere. As a timeless material for any home, this sustainably sourced natural wood comes directly from the Pacific Northwest. Choose from vertical grain, flat grain, or tight knot options.
Spruce is often used in ceiling and siding applications due to its versatility and attractive appearance. It offers a uniform, fine grain pattern that can be easily stained or painted, and is also known for its dimensional stability, making it a reliable choice for your home.
Pine is popular for use in ceilings and siding for those seeking a classic, cozy feel. Its versatility and lightweight nature combined with its light warm color and uniform grain pattern, make a great choice for leaving it unfinished, painted, or stained.
Cedar is desirable for both ceiling and siding due to its natural resistance to rot, decay, and insect damage. Select Tight Knot Inland Red Cedar with smaller, tighter knots and a more stable growth structure while maintaining the natural resilience inherent in natural cedar. Its warm, reddish color weathers to a soft silver-gray over time, and its durability, versatility, and unique beauty add character to any outdoor or indoor space.
Whidbey Alder is prized for its unique appearance and natural beauty. Bearing a warm, reddish-brown color and a distinctive grain pattern that can be highlighted with staining or finishing, its natural resistance to rot and decay make for a popular choice among homeowners.