What We Carry
At White Pine Lumber we strive to carry quality products that will stand the test of time without compromising on the final overall look of a project. View our list of available materials to find the right match for you.
One of the most common species, Douglas fir is strong and is ideal for structural applications and is the go to lumber for all framing and construction projects.
This is a popular option for decking, fencing, and exterior projects as the wood is very durable and resistant to water. Cedar wood is also visually pleasing with its natural looking exterior and can average anywhere from 15 to 20 years if maintained properly.
This is a soft wood that is quite similar to cedar. It is durable and resistant to rot as well as insects thanks to the natural coating of oils that protect it.
pressure treated wood
Another solid and more affordable option is pressure treated wood. Common types of pressure treated wood are douglas fir and yellow pine. When treated correctly, this wood will last for many decades.
This material has grown in popularity over the years. Composite decking is made of recycled plastic with wooden fibers woven throughout. This option comes in a wide assortment of colors and requires very little maintenance.
Plywood is a multipurpose wood based panel available in a wide range of sizes, thicknesses, and species that can be used for everyday projects, general construction, custom cabinetry and everything in-between.
ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB)
OSB is similar to plywood and its combination of wood and adhesives creates a strong dimensional panel that can be used in all construction applications.
Hardwoods are well known for their beautiful wood grain patterns and their distinct natural characteristics and color.
Engineered lumber consists of a range of wood products that are made by joining veneers, fibers, strands, and particles of wood with adhesives to form man-made composites. This category of building materials includes a variety of products ranging from plywood to joists to roof trusses. In many cases engineered lumber is stronger and available in more sizes and lengths than standard lumber.
this is used for
- Engineered I joists
- LVL beams and dimensional lumber
- LSL beams, headers, columns, framing and rim board
- Glulam beams
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- Engineered wood composite made of leftover hardwood and softwood
- This is a dense and sturdy material that is also relatively inexpensive
- Used for decorative projects and in cabinets or shelving
- Manufactured wood made of paper, resin, and wood particles
- Great for household and office furniture as well as home cabinet
- Made up of solid mill wood and plaster
- Used for interior design to conceal disparities between surfaces or as decorative accents to a home
- Boards with two opposing end joints that cause them to overlap
- Used for interior design in modern homes to enhance kitchen cabinets and islands
- Type of wood used for roofs
- Helps to keep gutters in place as well as to keep water from infiltrating into the home
- Type of drywall
- Fairly inexpensive and used to create walls or ceilings as well as on other home design features
- Made with polyurethane
- Tends to be lighter than real wooden beams
- Easier to maneuver or install inside homes
- Used to add character to the inside of a home, usually lining ceilings
- Used to cover the exterior of homes or buildings
- Highly durable and resistant to bugs, water infiltration, and rot