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Red Cedar Lumber, 2x4x8
White Valley Lumber mills a variety of wood, both common and hard to find species, in Northwest Arkansas. Selecting the right lumber can make all the difference in the success of your project. Consider the different qualities of lumber types before making a decision – grain and texture, strength and durability, ease of use and the natural color of the lumber. At White Valley Lumber, we put our customers first and want to help you find the best quality lumber for your project for a fair, competitive price. If you are not sure what your lumber needs are, feel free to ask our friendly staff to help you make the right decision for your building needs.
Custom Cut Lumber in Northwest Arkansas
White Valley Lumber’s full-service cedar mill offers a variety of custom cut lumber, priced by the board foot. Make sure to visit our Specials page every month for great deals. Red Cedar Lumber: Aromatic Red Cedar is commonly used in closets and chests, as the distinct scent repels moths and insects. It is also great for fence posts, mantles, outdoor furniture, and carvings. Red Cedar also has a high thermal insulating value, and can greatly reduce noise flow.
Lightweight, soft wood
Very fine and even texture with a straight grain
Very durable, naturally resistant to moisture and insects
Low density makes Red Cedar easy to work with
Cherry Wood Lumber: With its smooth feeling and beautiful appearance, Cherry wood is a favorite for fine furniture, cabinetry and flooring.
Moderately hard, medium strength
Smooth texture with a straight grain
Moderate durability (easy to nick or dent), resistant to decay
Very easy to work with, finishes well
Red Oak Lumber: Red Oak is one of the most commonly used lumbers, frequently for cabinets, furniture, flooring and interior trim.
Hard and strong
Coarse texture with a straight grain
Not as durable as white oak but more so than most species; not resistant to insects or moisture.
Good workability, easier to carve than white oak
White Oak Lumber: White oak can vary significantly in appearance and color and has moderately high shrinkage, which can make it susceptible to movement. It is commonly used for cabinets, flooring, furniture and boats and exterior construction.
Coarse and uneven texture, straight grain
Very durable, resistant to rot
Machines good but doesn't work well with iron, takes polish well
Yellow Pine Lumber: Yellow Pine is the state tree of Arkansas! Because of its high strength and resistance to wear, it is a prime choice of lumber for building construction, boats, flooring, and furniture.
Hard, high strength
Straight but uneven grain with a medium texture
Highly resistant to wear, should be finished to avoid damage
Moderately easy to work with although it can be hard to nail and can gum up machinery, easily treated
Walnut Lumber: As one of the most versatile and stable lumbers, walnut can be used for a variety of indoor applications including cabinets, furniture and doors.
Strong and hard
Straight grain with a coarse texture
Limited durability when exposed to weather and insects, good resistance to decay