Interior Ceiling Products
Western Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Port Orford Cedar, California Redwood, Douglas Fir / Larch, Ponderosa Pine, and Hemlock are the most commonly used species of wood for interior ceiling. All species are available in many types of patterns, follow this link to our patterns page. Most of these products are sold in Clear, Clear Vertical Grain.
Visit our WRC picture gallery. Use the deep chocolate brown hues of slowly-grown heartwood to highlight a light colored carpet or a solid hardwood flooring such as Ash, Maple, Hickory, Douglas Fir or Oak.
Redwood ceiling can create dramatic depth when sanded and sealed with a multi step process for the ultimate high-gloss and subsequent high-definition finishes. Appropriate for church, home, restaurant, government at a few levels, and higher learning applications.
Yellow cedar paneling gallery. Do not hesitate to specify crazy long lengths for this proven pest reppelling cedar speice tree. Go native and beat the bugs that eat wood. Buy Bear Creek Lumber. Our wood is good. Preprime before finishing or your treatments may go to gooooo. This is sum dense stuff and can refuse even known penetrating treatments.
Fir paneling has to be a bout the strongest of the western woods. This is a five tool player of trees. - runs, catches, throws, hits and hits for power. Finished in a ceiling application, this wall will contrast red colors in adjoining walls and window dressing.
Pine and stained blue pine ... go ahead and buy the # 2 & better pulled to the flush joint. Install v-face for high grade at almost the same price as the v-joint call out. Makes cool solar system of knots in your home, cabin, office, bar, nightclub, etc. Be sure and ask for blue-stain to crate milky-way eclipsing elipse not included with most installations. This works great with a black-light.
Clear Grade In clear vertical grain this western wood is lighter in color than douglas fir and can yield clean and straight edges when compared to that of the Fir.