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Yellow Cedar Exterior Soffits

Exterior Soffits

You might be surprised to know how important natural wood exterior soffits are to your home, business, or rental property! 

 
They protect your roof’s underlying structure from the seasons and seasonal elements. Without them, rain and snow would cause your roof to mold and rot. Soffits also protect your roof from other natural elements, namely insects, birds, and other pests that might be looking for a warm, dry place during cooler months, but have also come to serve an important aesthetic purpose.

Basically, they serve both an aesthetic and functional purpose for a building’s roofing system. The bonus part is that they can also help to keep your utility bills in check. Especially if you use a cedar product such as red cedar, which has great insulation value.

Bear Creek Lumber sells exterior soffits products in many species of lumber and can offer any size and/or grade you may need. Western Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Port Orford Cedar, Douglas Fir, Hemlock, Ponderosa Pine and Redwood are the most commonly used species of wood.

Softwood Lumber

Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar Soffits

Western red cedar soffits are beautiful to look at, provide great insulation value, and will last for a very long time. Visit our Red Cedar pages and take a peek at the perfect compliment to your Bevel, channel or board and batt siding.

This cedar has wonderful insulation qualities and can help to save you money on your utility bills. People will notice the strength, beauty, and ease of use to install. The colors are warm and rich and will maintain their look quite well.

Alaskan Yellow Cedar

Yellow Cedar Soffits

Alaskan Yellow Cedar is the choice material for lakeside homes, riverfront boathouses and island getaways. The moisture and rot resistance of this wood makes ideal for these locations.

This species of lumber machines well, has a dense and straight grain, and has a pleasing yellowish honey color that is quite beautiful to look at. It will hold up quite well in soffit applications.

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir Soffits

Douglas Fir can add an extra detail of "woodness" to your project, look at these examples and decide for yourself.

It can withstand changes in temperature and humidity, which means it won't warp or swell like other materials. Additionally, Douglas fir is easy to work with and accepts a variety of finishes. These characteristics make it an ideal choice for use in exterior soffit applications.

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