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This is a fully covered deck. We provided the posts, beams, and rafters in bandsawn Yellow Cedar. Hardware, shingles, and roofing material not provided by us
Yellow Cedar decking overtop of a fish-bearing stream where treated lumber was not an option
A gorgeous Yellow Cedar fence!
Completed shed with Western Hemlock board and batten. Nice finishing touches with the barn doors!
A hot tub gazebo covering, bandsaw finish on all Yellow Cedar
Finished Yellow Cedar vegetable garden. Don’t use treated lumber in a garden where you grow things you will eat!
Replacement driveway gates, these will be left without stain or paint to weather to a beautiful silvery-grey colour
An entire back deck project provided with our decking and rough sawn Yellow Cedar
Do you recognize the 9 O’Clock Gun from Vancouver? This cannon needed a new stand and we provided the wood for the job!
A very eye-catching privacy fence made from bandsawn Yellow Cedar
The Hollyburn Heritage Community requires Yellow Cedar to be used in their cabins on Cypress Mountain. We are very happy to supply them with what they need! This picture looks like a fairytale with the beautiful cabin in the snow
A Western Hemlock Slab makes a great patio table
Western Hemlock Slab, in progress
Western Hemlock Slab desk finished! The drawers are shown in the featured photo of this blog post.
Our Yellow Cedar decking looking absolutely stunning!
Rough mill-finish garden beds, ready for spring!
More planters! Yellow Cedar is the best wood for garden boxes.
Those vertical pieces are to hang up some netting to keep nosey deer and other critters out of the garden.
This beautiful table is made from Premium Clear Yellow Cedar
Though it doesn’t look like it… this is Yellow Cedar! Finished with a traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban.
The Yellow Cedar is charred on the outside, the burnt portion is scraped off and then finished with a few coats of varathane to avoid any soot rubbing off on admirers. A painstakingly long process, but worth the beautiful finished product!
Shou Sugi Ban originated in 18th century Japan. This is a particularly striking method of preserving wood by charring it with fire. Traditionally, this practice is used to weatherproof it. The wood is burned until the surface is charred, and then coated with natural oil.
Yellow Cedar deck covering, rafters are finished with a stain, everything else finished with Shou Sugi Ban. Stay tuned for an updated photo with a new patio and garden upgrades!
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