Alaska Yellow Cedar

Alaska Yellow Cedar

Alaska Yellow Cedar is one of the most beautiful of America's durable softwoods and is sometimes overlooked in favor of more publicized species. 

Details

Scientific Name: Cupressus Nootkatensis

Region: Pacific Northwest

Tree Dimension: 120ft Tall / 5ft Wide

Janka Hardness: 580 lb/f

Rot Resistance: High

Manipulability: Easy to Work With

Alaska yellow cedar has a fine texture and straight grain, and its nearly yellow color silvers exquisitely upon sun exposure. Alaska yellow cedar trees grow to 120 feet tall (30 to 37 meters) with an average tree trunk of 4 to 6 feet in diameter (1.2 to 1.8 meters).

Strongly aromatic, it is moderately strong and hard. Often used where weather resistance, stability and workability are needed: bleachers, park benches, exterior cabinet work, stage construction, and marine and commercial landscape installations as well as shingles and shakes for roofing and siding.

Liberty Cedar is one of the leading quality Alaska yellow cedar wood suppliers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Long Island, New York, and Connecticut region. Visit Liberty Cedar and see our best quality Alaska yellow cedar wood supplies. 

Alaska Yellow Cedar Grades

C & Better Grain
Select Tight Knot Grain