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Eastern White Pine

Reliance Timber’s Eastern White Pine grows in the mountains and foothills of western North Carolina. We dry most of our White Pine and turn it into beautiful specialty wood products such as: Tongue & Groove, Shiplap, Siding, Logs, and Post & Beam. White pine is white in color, and has knots every 2 to 3 feet.

Eastern White Pine

Reliance Timber’s Eastern White Pine grows in the mountains and foothills of western North Carolina. We dry most of our White Pine and turn it into beautiful specialty wood products such as: Tongue & Groove, Shiplap, Siding, Logs, and Post & Beam. White pine is white in color, and has knots every 2 to 3 feet.

Western Red Cedar

Reliance Timber’s W. Red Cedar grows primarily in British Columbia. Known for its wonderful smell, natural beauty, and decay-resistant properties, Cedar is a preferred choice for outdoor applications. Ranging from Cedar Shakes to Post & Beam, Cedar is an ideal choice for outdoor as well as indoor use. The color can range from pink to brown to white. The knots are random – there may be knots every 1 foot, or no knots at all.

Western Red Cedar

Reliance Timber’s W. Red Cedar grows primarily in British Columbia. Known for its wonderful smell, natural beauty, and decay-resistant properties, Cedar is a preferred choice for outdoor applications. Ranging from Cedar Shakes to Post & Beam, Cedar is an ideal choice for outdoor as well as indoor use. The color can range from pink to brown to white. The knots are random – there may be knots every 1 foot, or no knots at all.

Douglas Fir

Reliance Timber’s Douglas Fir grows primarily in Oregon and Washington. Fir can grow as large as 16 feet in diameter, and over 300 feet tall. We’re able to offer Free of Heart Center (FOHC), to greatly reduce splits and cracks (checks). It’s commonly used in applications where free-spanning structural integrity matters, such as: rafters or ridge beams. It varies from pink, white, and yellow in color, and has knots every 3 to 4 feet.

Douglas Fir

Reliance Timber’s Douglas Fir grows primarily in Oregon and Washington. Fir can grow as large as 16 feet in diameter, and over 300 feet tall. We’re able to offer Free of Heart Center (FOHC), to greatly reduce splits and cracks (checks). It’s commonly used in applications where free-spanning structural integrity matters, such as: rafters or ridge beams. It varies from pink, white, and yellow in color, and has knots every 3 to 4 feet.

Cypress

Reliance Timber’s Cypress grows from Louisiana to North Carolina. We primarily offer Bald Cypress, known for its strength and decay-resistant properties. Cypress is an excellent choice for outdoor use to hold up to the natural elements. It can be white, yellow, and tan in color, and the knots are infrequent – spread out every 3 to 6 feet.

Cypress

Reliance Timber’s Cypress grows from Louisiana to North Carolina. We primarily offer Bald Cypress, known for its strength and decay-resistant properties. Cypress is an excellent choice for outdoor use to hold up to the natural elements. It can be white, yellow, and tan in color, and the knots are infrequent – spread out every 3 to 6 feet.