Hemlock Pattern & Siding

Western Hemlock is a softwood species that has little color variance between its heartwood and sapwood and results in a nearly uniform pale color. The tight grain pattern and even density make it a excellent choice for milling. The kiln-drying process inhibits natural staining of the wood, improves its strength and increases resistance to decay and attack from insects. Hemlock is an ideal choice for bevel siding when properly finished and also for trimboards, flooring, paneling and ceilings. Hemlock wood accepts paints, stains and clear finishes with excellent results. We also offer high-quality pattern & siding including alaska yellow cedar siding, atlantic white cedar siding, douglas fir siding, hemlock siding, pine siding, western red cedar a & better grade siding, western red cedar clear vertical grain (cvg) siding and western red cedar select-tight-knot (stk) siding used throughout New England and the east coast.