Alaskan Yellow Cedar

Found only on the Pacific coast of North America, Alaskan Yellow Cedar is the hardest known cedar in the world. Prized by boat builders, it has exceptional resistance to weather and insects as well as easy workability. First used by the West Coast Indians for their historic Totem Poles and great war canoes, it is a rare and often difficult to find lumber species. Its durability and ease of tooling make it readily adaptable for the construction and finishing of homes, schools, factories, churches, recreational centers and a variety of commercial and industrial uses. Alaskan Yellow Cedar is available at our Austin, Atlanta and Nashville TimberTown locations.