Western red cedar is a durable wood that is resistant to rot, decay, and insects. It is also versatile and can be finished many different ways.
Thuja Plicata, Giant or Western Arborvitae, Canoe Cedar, Pacific Red Cedar, Shinglewood, Giant Red Cedar
In most parts of the country, western red cedar costs over three times as much as pressure-treated wood. On the west coast, it costs considerably less than in other areas.
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