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Port Orford Cedar

If your deck needs to endure the extreme's of harsh freezing snow-packed winters to sun scorched summers, you can count on Port Orford Cedar decking from C&D Lumber Company to keep up with Mother Nature. Grown and manufactured with pride in the Great NorthWest, Port Orford Cedar is beautiful wood that will age with grace.

Port Orford Cedar is fast becoming the first choice of architects, builders ad homeowners who appreciate the best wood decking available.

Legendary durabilitiy and long life ~ Historically preferred for marine applications such as docks and fine boat building.

Beautiful color and appearance ~ Remains smooth with no raised grain. Gives unlimited color options when staining.

Exceptional Strength ~ 45% stronger than redwood or western red cedar in impact bending and 30% stronger in crushing strength.

Superior manufacturing ~ Port Orford Decking is planed with a 16 knife planner to give the product an impeccable smoothness and soft luster.

ProductPc/Unit
2x4 STK S4S208
2x6 Appearance Plus128
2x8 STK S4S92
5/4x6 STK S4S192
2x2 4' S4S Balusters512
4x4 STK S4S Posts78
2x10 2/Btr S4S Green80
2x12 2/Btr S4S Green64


 Actual Sizes

ProductActual Size
2x21 7/16" x 1 7/16"
2x41 7/16" x 3 7/16"
2x61 7/16" x 5 7/16"
2x101 1/2" x 9 1/4"
2x121 1/2" x 11 1/4"
4x43 1/2" x 3 1/2"
  

Fastening:
When nailing or using screws at the extreme end of a board, you may wish to pre-drill to reduce the possibility of splitting.  Do not over nail or set nails so deep as to create a hoe which could hold water or dirt.

Staining and Finishing:
A penetrating clear or semi-transparent stain which contians ultra violet blockers provides the greatest level of protection from the elements. Paints and solid stains are not recommended.  Light colors are recommended over dark shades because they do not absorb heat as readily.  Although each manufacturer of stain provides careful guidance for their particular products, some basic rules generally hold true:

  1. After installation, allow decking to go untreated for 30 days, allowing pores to open.
  2. Test your selection of stain on a sample area.
  3. Clean deck thoroughly prior to staining.
  4. Apply when surface of deck is between 40 and 90 degrees.