Cypress Siding Direct to the Consumer

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Cypress Trees

Cypress Trees

Cypress is extremely resistant to decay and insects making it the ideal choice for siding, trim, barns, docks and interior applications. Cypress has a 'grown-in-the-wood' preservative oil, cypressene, that means no further chemical treatment is needed, unless the cypress lumber is in direct contact with the ground. It is dimensionally stable and naturally resistant to splitting and warping. This versatile wood has a natural beauty, with a rich grain, texture and color that will complement any architectural style, from rustic to traditional to post modern. This real wood reflects your good taste and adds dramatically to the value of your home or building.

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NC Cypress
Grown at the upper end of its' range, NC cypress has tight growth rings with create a dense long lasting wood.

Cypress Logs
Cypress logs are sized and graded.

Two Grades Available
Once milled to dimensional lumber and kiln dried, the lumber is graded to either #2 or better (allowing for small tight knots) or select.

Milling
Milling into siding or custom milling is the next step.

Custom Milling
Profiles can be matched or created to your specs.

Naturally Green
Not only is our cypress harvested sustainably, it keeps small dad/son logging companies employed and mid size kiln and cutom milling facilities operational.

Rustic
Whether your project is charmingly rustic...

Refined
...or refined, cypress siding adds value and quality to your home.

No Stain
Cypress can be left to weather naturally or...

Stained
..or stained with a semi-transparent or solid stain. We can even stain it for you!

Painted
Occasionally someone will elect to paint.

Interior
Cypress has been used for centuries inside homes.

Exterior
Cypress siding can be found on some of the oldest homes in the south, including George Washington's.The father of our country knew the cypress he put on his home would last a lifetime. It will do the same on your home!


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