Siding

Real Cedar Siding

Introduction
Siding Home
Why Real Cedar?
Western Red Cedar Characteristics
Sustainability
Design & Spec
Siding Profiles
Bevel Siding
Board and Batten Siding
Tongue & Groove Siding
Lap or Channel Siding
Trim Boards
Shingle Panels
Building
Preparation For Installation
Pre-Building Tips
DuPont™ Tyvek® DrainWrap™
Installation
General Installation
Installing Profiles
Bevel
Board & Batten
Tongue & Groove
Lap or Channel
Trim Boards
Shingle Panels
Finishing
How to Finish
Types of Finishes
Care & Maintenance
Restoration
Decking

Real Cedar Decking

Introduction
Decking Home
Why Real Cedar?
Western Red Cedar Characteristics
Sustainability
Planning
Decking Calculator
Deck Projects
Roof Deck
Raised Deck
Ground Level Deck
Uphill Sloping Lot Deck
Building
Fastener Recommendations
Stair & Railing Installation
Finishing
Finishing Tips
Restoration
Care & Maintenance
Outdoor

Real Cedar Outdoor

Introduction
Outdoor Home
Why Real Cedar?
Western Red Cedar Characteristics
Sustainability
Design & Spec
Real Cedar Free DIY Project Plans
Design Tips
Building
Project Preparation
Outdoor Fasteners
Fence Construction
Fence Specifications
Prebuilt Fence Panels
Finishing
Finishing Techniques
Finishing Tips
Restoration Tips
Care & Maintenance
Indoor

Western Red Cedar Indoor

Introduction
Indoor Home
Why Real Cedar?
Western Red Cedar Characteristics
Sustainability
Planning
Cedar Saunas
Traditional Saunas
Infrared Cedar Sauna
Cedar Indoor Design Tips
Building Products
Building Preparation
Indoor T&G Paneling
Doors & Windows
Blinds & Shutters
Finishing
Finishing Tips
Care & Maintenance
Timbers

Real Cedar Timbers

Introduction
Timbers Home
Why Real Cedar?
Western Red Cedar Characteristics
Sustainability
Planning
Grades and Specifications
Building
Preparation
Installation
Maintenance
Finishing
Restoring Western Red Cedar Timbers
Care & Maintenance
Contact

Contact

About & Contact WRCLA
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About The WRCLA

History

The Western Red Cedar Lumber Association is a Vancouver (Canada) based non-profit association representing 27 quality producers of Western Red Cedar lumber products in British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

Founded in 1954 and known as “the voice of the cedar industry”-the WRCLA operates customer service programs throughout Canada and the United States to support its members’ cedar products with information, education and quality standards.

In addition to its Vancouver headquarters, the WRCLA has field offices both Oklahoma & Washington State, where our cedar specialists offer a Cedar Advisory Service for specifiers, builders and other cedar consumers. When customers have a question about cedar, the answer is just a phone call away.

Over the years the WRCLA has strived to make its cedar as user friendly as possible by producing quality products to uniform standards and by providing the construction industry with the information it needs on WRCLA cedar products, their specification and proper use.

WRCLA activities also include programs on product quality and standards as well as research and new product development. The association sits on a number of code and standard committees and works closely with FP Innovations.