Western Red Cedar is sought the world over for its attractive appearance and natural resistance to decay, fungal attack and pest infestation. ACQ treated pine is a slow growing and fine grained fiber, so it is less likely to warp, bow or twist. It offers a resistant to decay required in exterior wood and is an excellent alternative to cedar.
We offer a full range of components for windows, terrace and patio doors and door jambs.
What you need to know about our products:
Whether we manufacture to your specifications or use our expertise to assist in the design and engineering process, you can count on the quality of our window profiles.
We manufacture engineered components for terrace and patio doors to the exacting quality and strength requirements. Stiles, rails, and posts are available with:
We offer stain grade, paint and clad grade door jambs made from Hemlock and Pine.
Warm and lustrous. A fine-textured straight even grain. Little difference between heart wood and sap wood. Uniform color ranging from creamy white to light gold. Stained or painted, hemlock door and window components are a premium choice when looks matter.
As beautiful as it is naturally, Hemlock is renowned for its ability to look like other woods. Free of pitch and resin, Hemlock accepts stains and other finishes exceptionally well with little risk of 'bleeding' through the finished surface. If your customers want the look of exotic wood without the expense, Hemlock is a great choice.
The luxury of great window and door components is not just in their beauty but also in the “feel”: windows and doors that slide, swing and shut smoothly--with ease. That takes great wood - wood like hemlock that can be machined with great precision, glues well, holds screws and nails well, rarely checks and is resistant to decay.
Among the hardest of softwoods, hemlock resists marring, chipping and scratching. It has high bending strength, shearing strength and stiffness. In fact its strength and milling attributes compare very favorably with Douglas fir – at a significant savings. And hemlock is a safe choice because it accepts fire retardant so well.
Hemlock comprises approximately 60% of British Columbia's coastal rain forest. British Columbia has one of the most vigorous set of environmental protection standards in the world. This means these great forests are carefully managed and continually renewed. Sustainable harvesting practices and fast regeneration mean that you and your customers can be sure of an ample an assured supply of Pacific Coast Hemlock for many generations to come.
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