Siding Products Issaquah WA

Siding Products

When it comes to creating a lasting first impression, beautiful exteriors are everything. Clad your project in a building material that doesn’t just meet all your design goals, but exceeds them. From strikingly striped tigerwood to warm inviting Western Red Cedar, our vast array of exceptionally beautiful hardwoods and aesthetically pleasing softwoods come in a wide range of unique profiles, grades and textures. We also carry an impressive selection of charming shingles and shakes for traditional homes and cottages. For those truly unique projects, homeowners and building professionals can count on Issaquah. Our expertise, specialized mill and distribution networks ensure every custom order of siding is of the highest quality.

 

 

CEDAR BEVEL SIDING

Bevel siding is available in clear and knotty grades. Clear grade provides a premium, clean appearance while knotty looks more rustic and natural.

Bevel Siding Specifications

Kiln Dried ClearKiln Dried Tight KnotClear PrimedPrimed
½" x 4"11/16" × 6"½" × 6"11/16" × 6"
½" x 6"11/16" × 8"11/16" × 8"
½" x 8"¾" x 10"
¾" x 8"15/16" x 10"
¾" x 10"

CEDAR TONGUE & GROOVE SIDING

Tongue and groove siding is known for its versatility and appearance.

Other Cedar Siding Specifications

Kiln Dried Clear T&GKiln Dried Tight Knot T&GTight Knot Channel
1" × 4"1" × 4"1" × 6"
1" × 6"1" × 6"1" × 8"
½" × 4"1" × 8"1" × 10"
½" × 6"
Tight Knot & Clear Board (KD)Tight Knot & Clear Batten (KD)
1" x 6"1" x 2"
1" x 8"1" x 3"
1" x 10"1" x 4"
1" x 12"

HIDDEN clip systems FOR DECKS AND CLADDING

NO CLIPS TO FASTEN, FAST RESULTS

Arborwood

Arbor Wood Co. produces thermally modified wood for a variety of outdoor and indoor applications including siding, decking, and architectural millwork. Their process starts by using domestically and responsibly sourced wood which is thermally modified using only heat and steam.

Thermory

Western Red Cedar is a naturally beautiful softwood species imbued with a rich tonal range. It’s also naturally resistant to rot decay and insects, making it an ideal product for all your outdoor projects.

Available in Ash and Pine

Dasso Bamboo

With all the natural appearance of a tropical hardwood, this compressed thermally treated bamboo decking makes for a truly eco-friendly alternative to scarcely available exotic products.

Kebony

Sourced from FSC®-Certified forests, our Kebony® Clear decking is engineered to handle the harshest of conditions. The rich brown color and clear grain are designed to impress, while hardwood-like durability and a 30-year rot & decay warranty provide supreme peace of mind.

Accoya (Natural)

A highly sustainable option, this all-weather modified wood boasts all the beauty of a natural product but with far greater performance characteristics. The patented technology ensures that your decking will last for decades.

Maibec Sidewall Shingles

These charming eastern white cedar shingles come in a variety of colors, grades and patterns, so you can customize your project. You can also choose to work with individual shingles or pre-assembled strips.

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Species We Offer

The wooden background from the floor is arranged tightly, and looks classic

GARAPA

For a warm golden exterior, Garapa siding is a great choice. It’s honey-hued color and fine texture have made it a popular choice in residential and commercial applications. Performance-wise, Garapa is strong, stable and durable.
Backyard deck and pergola landscaping.

Port Orford Cedar

Port Orford Cedar is an excellent alternative to traditional Western Red Cedar. Considered to be stronger than WRC however doesn’t stain as well, Expect to use a clear coat of penetrating oil or let it grey naturally. It acts similarly to WRC in that it naturally resists decay and rot. Something you look for living in the PNW.

Flat pieces of pine timber joint with clear annual ring used for background.
Wood plank textured ,top view.

Alaskan Yellow Cedar

This durable softwood is known for its uniform yellow appearance, straight grain and dimensional stability. It comes in a wide variety of grades and is renowned by building professionals for its workability.
Ipe decking

Ipe

The most popular of all the hardwoods, Ipe is a high density, tight-grained wood widely revered for creating velvety rich looking deck surfaces with little to no knots. A premium product through and through.
tigerwood

Tigerwood

For a truly dramatic deck, this reddish-brown hardwood with stunning streaks and a beautifully interlocked layered grain is the one to beat. It’s also durable and boasts a silky-smooth texture.