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Villa Storingavika, Norway| Architect: Todd Saunders, Bergen


western red cedar Beautiful, versatile, sustainable


Western Red Cedar has unique, natural performance characteristics and exceptional beauty that bring warmth, character and longevity to homes and commercial buildings around the world. It is this bundle of properties that has made “Real Cedar” the choice of discerning architects and design conscious homeowners in North America and around the world.


Western Red Cedar is renowned for its naturally occurring resistance to moisture, decay and insect damage. Its natural durability, dimensional stability and exceptional beauty make it ideal for a wide variety of exterior and interior uses. Western Red Cedar offers enormous versatility in styles and applications. Equally important, life cycle assessments show that it has a small environmental footprint relative to alternative building materials. Western Red Cedar is harvested legally and sustainable from independently certified forests in British Columbia.


Enhance the beauty of your next project, build with Western Red Cedar. Ensure yourself of quality and reliability, purchase Real Cedar brand Western Red Cedar, ask for it by name.


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