Cedar Country Lumber
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Located half way between Seattle and Vancouver British Columbia, Cedar Country Lumber (dba Cedar Creek Lumber) of Burlington, WA offers the finest Western Red Cedar and Alaskan Yellow Cedar products available on the market to contractors, as well as individual homeowners including siding, fencing, shingles, shakes and specialty cut timbers. Before your next project, be sure to visit us! We ship nationwide!

Since 2004 our customers have valued the quality of our products, our commitment to honest business, combined with excellent customer service and superior product knowledge.

We specialize in working with customers with unique needs! Because we are located in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, the only place in the world where Western Red Cedar is grown, we are able to offer superior quality with exceptional pricing.

Services Provided
Building Materials

Areas Served
Anacortes, Bay View, Blakely Island, Bow, Edison, La Conner, Nationwide, San Juan Islands, Bellingham, United States
Contact: Cedar Country Lumber
Location: 950 B Fountain Street
Burlington, WA 98221
Commented: Was any type of stain or sealer used? On this fence, nothing was applied. If you are wanting to maintain the natural look of Western Red Cedar, we recommend using a penetrating oil, rather than a sealer. Please take a look at our blog fo...
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Commented: Fasteners We supplied the material, but didn't install. Not sure what the builder used. Sorry.
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Commented: Tiny House Plans We supplied the materials for this - Hope Island Cottages built it, and I believe designed it. Their website address is http://hopecottage.webflow.io/ Best of luck!
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Commented: tiny houses Hi, Stacy. We just supplied some of the cedar for this project. Hope Island Cottages, the builder, would be able to help you with your questions. http://hopeislandcottages.zohosites.com/Home.html
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Commented: Cedar walls? Yes, this is Western Red Cedar - a tight knot grade was used in the shower, while a clear grade is used in the sauna. We recommend using clear Cedar in a sauna as the knots absorb heat and can be unc...
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Commented: What oil do I use on Cedar Shingles We recommend using a penetrating oil such as Penofin or Cabots with a little pigment in it (not clear) to help keep them from turning grey. It is best if you can have them pre-stained before installa...
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