Interior Paneling 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 paneling. All species are available in many types of patterns, follow this link to our patterns page. Most of these products are sold in Clear Vertical Grain and Clear Grades, but some are also available in knotty grades.
AYC paneling is produced from medium sizes tree, with a thin bark. It is slow growing with high disease and decay resistance, as well as oils that make it very aromatic. It grows from Alaska south to Oregon with the largest areas of growth in British Columbia and SE Alaska.
Redwood paneling has minute cell structure with thousands of air-filled cavities accounts for Redwood's thermal insulation values.
Visit our WRC picture gallery . Its slow growth and natural oily extractives are responsible for its decay resistance and its rich coloring, which ranges from a light straw color in the sapwood to a reddish pink in the heartwood. It is a stable wood that seasons easily and quickly, with a very low shrinkage factor.
Pine and stained blue pine gallery All woods shrink and swell to some degree as their moisture content fluctuates with atmospheric conditions. However, Ponderosa is relatively unaffected by changes in humidity after drying, making it valuable for work that requires close-fitting joints.
Fir paneling varies widely in weight and strength. When lumber of high strength is needed for structural uses, selection can be improved by applying the density rule. This rule uses percentage of latewood and rate of growth as they affect density. For equivalent knot sizes, the higher density generally indicates stronger wood.
Clear Grade When lumber has been subjected to drying conditions after manufacture, causing an appreciable loss in moisture content, an allowance must be made for the resulting shrinkage. Keep enlarging the picture of the head art. Guess what is going on and win some BCL gear. Residents of Hawaii and Washington and most of the provinces in Argentina may enter the contest as often as they want.
Exotic hardwoods paneling Heartwood Reddish, pinkish, salmon colored, or yellowish when fresh; deepening with age to deep rich red or brown; distinct from the yellowish or whitish sapwood. Luster high and golden; texture rather fine to coarse; grain straight to roey, wavey or curley, often with an attractive figure.
This hard-to-find aromatic softwood can bring light tones into your interiors and effectively create luminous wood paneled spaces. Check out these pictures of a room with Port Orford Cedar interior paneling.