Prized for its workability and cool yellow tone, Alaskan Yellow Cedar (also known as Alaskan Cypress or Pacific Coast Cypress), has the same insect, rot and decay repelling tannins and oils as Western Red Cedar, but is heavier and denser, which gives it more strength. This rare and remarkably beautiful softwood is only grown in the Pacific coast region of North America but is not a true “Cedar” species.
Located in Sarasota, Florida, our Instagram friends at Ninzan Studio were contracted recently to construct and install gates to match an existing fence made from Alaska Yellow Cedar. When they were unable to find the products they needed in their local market, they contacted us to help them with their project. We shipped them the materials they needed and combined with their superior craftsmanship; the new gates turned out beautifully!
If you are on Instagram, be sure to give Ninzan Studio a follow! And, before your next project, be sure to visit us! We supply superior quality Western Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, and Douglas Fir building materials to homeowners and contractors nationwide at very competitive rates!
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I am looking for 1/2 dozen to a dozen 4×4 or 2×4 or anything thicker than 1 1/2. In Alaska white cedar. Lengths can be 8′ to 10′ if needed or even blocks 2’x4’x12″ I make fishing lures out of it all different sizes. Even 10″ long swim baits I need it delivered to Massachusetts depending on cost I would like to order as much as I can for the year can u help me out Scott stone construction Salisbury mass 01952 cell# 978 985 6517 Thank u
Hi Scott –
Thanks for your inquiry. We’ll our sales staff working on this and give you a ring. It can take a day or two to track down the material and shipping cost, but we will be in touch. Thanks again!