#1 and Better grade in beams and stringers is defined by the WWPA as "...pieces of fine appearance suitable for exposed uses. The strength qualities of this grade make it desirable for use in almost all classes of heavy construction."
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Potter Mountaintop Home A combination of Douglas Fir/Larch and Western red cedar give this home a timeless western charm. Potter commissioned the recycled beams from an old barn in Eastern WA. Read more...
The Country Clinic The clinic was built by Jerry Laverty, and Laverty Construction, a longtime customer. The wood siding shown in this picture is select tight knot channel, that was also selected for color trim. Read more...