Poplar typically has a straight, uniform grain, with a medium texture. Low natural luster. Our poplar usually runs $6-$7 per board foot.
Cedar is light and porous. It stands up against moisture and pests well compared to other woods.
Pine develops a nice, rustic patina from age and use, and it resists shrinking and swelling. It's a softwood, therefore it's prone to scratches and dents.
Oak wood is heavy, strong, and durable. It has a light color but can vary from tree to tree and with finishes and stains.
Pecky cypress has an incredible texture to it with holes all throughout it.
Most of our barn siding is black, however we occasionally get red siding in stock. Running the boards through the skip-planner uncovers the grain and natural beauty of the wood.
Ship lap has notches and grooves in each board so that they fit together. This makes them stronger and more durable. Our ship lap is priced at $7/sqft.
Mara is pulled from the rain forests of Sri Lanka. Due to conservation efforts it's illegal to cut down living trees, you may only use fallen trees so there is a limited supply.
Spalted Tamarind is another one of our exotic woods from Sri Lankan rain forest. The spalting occurs due to a fungus that grew in the tree.