Budget friendly and naturally beautiful, bevel siding is the most widely-used Western Red Cedar siding profiles. It is produced by re-sawing lumber at an angle to produce two pieces thicker on one edge than the other.
Knotty Western Red Cedar bevel siding has a rustic and warm appeal that is the less expensive than clear grades. When properly finished and maintained, your knotty Cedar bevel siding will perform admirably for many years.
At Cedar Country, we only supply knotty beveled siding that is has sound and tight knots, such as the siding used on the newly remodeled Railroad Pub and Pizza. Prior to installation, we had the knotty bevel siding for the Railroad Pub and Pizza factory flood coated with a high-quality penetrating oil. This not only saves money and time on the job site, it also helps to protect your siding before and during installation. Read more about the benefits of having your siding pre-stained by clicking HERE
Available in 8-20’ even lengths, our natural knotty Western Red Cedar cladding is available in the following dimensions
11/16” x 6”
11/16” x 8”
11/16” x 10”
7/8” x 10”
5/4” x 10”
5/4” x 12”
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Whether it is new construction or updating the look of a commercial or residential building, using natural wood siding to add a more modern look and feel is gaining popularity. With so many options in Western Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar and other domestic hard and softwoods, the possibilities are endless to create a more natural, welcoming appearance for any building with wood cladding.
A true example of crafted modernism, this rustic home located in eastern Washington is cladded with a mix of our knotty Western Red Cedar and metal, along with concrete and steel elements to create an appealing façade that blends in with the natural surroundings, as well as help to protect the home against wild fires. See more of photos of this project by visiting the builder’s website, Impel Construction.
architecture by Designs Northwest Architects, photo courtesy of Colin Sands
When paired with a medium or dark color, natural wood siding instantly modernizes an existing building. In these photos, our friends at La Conner Dental replaced portions of the existing siding on their commercial building with our 1×4” clear Western Red Cedar tongue and groove paneling to create an upscale, yet charming exterior.
Totally on trend, and only getting hotter, is creating entrances to both homes and businesses, that are inviting with depth and dimension. Used to accentuate this the front porch and entry, our clear, vertical grain engineered veneer Western Red Cedar T&G extends a warm welcome to the homeowners and guests alike.
craftsmanship by Dihedral Builders
Adding natural wood timbers and beams, as well as natural wood paneling to the underside of porches and overhangs provides guests with shelter against the weather. In this photo, our Douglas Fir timbers and natural Western Red Cedar T&G create visual interest to this new home’s covered entry.
built by Brown and Sons, Inc
By mixing warm, organic-looking clear, mixed grain, Western Red Cedar with cool metal, the entrance to the Craft Stove building in Mount Vernon, WA draws customers into their new showroom.
craftsmanship by Chad Fisher Construction
Used to draw the outdoors in, as well as keep the momentum of a seamless design, real Western Red Cedar is used on the interior walls and ceiling, as well as exterior of this custom home in Malibu, CA. The clear, vertical grain Cedar T&G used on the exterior of the home was pre-treated for fire resistance. Learn more about the process for this by clicking HERE
We are so pleased to see this trend that includes natural wood and earthier elements and would be happy to discuss adding our natural wood products to your next project! We ship nationwide!