Product Selection Guide

Lumber/Engineered/Wood - Softwood

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Canfor

Canfor
Subcategory: Framing, Softwood, Treated Lumber
Species: Southern Yellow Pine
Treatment: Preservative

Canfor is one of the world's largest producers of sustainable wood building solutions. A global leader in dimension lumber, with over 5 billion board feet capacity, Canfor supplies top quality, green building products to our highly valued customers.


Hood Industries

Hood Industries
Subcategory: Softwood

The design values assigned to Southern Pine and its ability to hold nails and other fastners are among the highest of all softwoods. Durability of Southern Pine makes it preferred for high-traffic applications such as flooring, decks, and boardwalks.


Interfor

Interfor
Subcategory: Softwood
Type: Appearance & Specialty, Dimension, Studs

The wide range of wood products include high quality, fine grain raw material, finished and semi finished products.


Real Cedar

Real Cedar
Subcategory: Softwood

In terms of architectural prowess, few building materials have as much beautifying muscle as exposed Real Cedar beams.


Universal Forest Products

Universal Forest Products
Subcategory: Hardwoods, Lumber, OSB, Plywood, Softwood, Treated Lumber

Universal Forest Products can promise that when you buy pressure-treated wood, softwood, hardwood, finger-jointed studs, plywood or furring strips, you’re getting the absolute best Mother Nature can produce and we can find.


U.S. Lumber

U.S. Lumber
Subcategory: Hardwoods, Softwood
Material: Wood, Wood Composite
Species: Brazilian Redwood, Cedar, Cypress, Fir, Hem Fir, Oak, Ponderosa Pine, Poplar, Radiata Pine, Redwood, Southern Yellow Pine, Spruce, White Pine

In addition to trim products, U.S. LUMBER also carries thousands of premier wood fiber products and an ever-growing line of composites to meet your specialty needs and preferences.


Weyerhaeuser

Weyerhaeuser
Subcategory: Softwood
Species: Doug Fir, Hem Fir, Southern Yellow Pine, Spruce-Pine-Fir

Weyerhaeuser offers all of the major softwood species—Southern pine, Douglas fir, Hem-fir, and SPF (spruce-pine-fir)—in a broad range of widths, lengths, and grades.