Although Port Orford Cedar is not a true cedar it does poses a fantastic fragrant scent when sawn, a bit spicier but similar to the smell of aromatic cedar.
Port Orford Cedar is favored by the Japanese for its wonderful workability. It was and still is often used in their furniture and temples.
Perhaps its biggest claim to fame is its use in timber framing, held by some to be the best wood for the job.
Oregon Cedar is also frequently used in guitar building. It finishes beautifully and poses a great sound!
We have in stock several tractor trailer loads of reclaimed logs just waiting to be cut. Feel free to give us a call if you need specific dimensions for your next project. 1-888-814-0007