All of our wood Shiplap Products are 100% sustainably sourced and carbon negative.


Premium Primed Shiplap

Our premium primed shiplap is made entirely of Chilean Radiata Pine.  Radiata Pine is a fast-growing tree that grows best in cool temperate climates.  Due to its unique properties, Radiata Pine is cultivated on large plantations and acts much like a crop.  It has a fast growing cycle of roughly 25-30 years.  There are currently five million acres of renewable and environmentally sustainable plantation forests in Chile alone, making it one of the most sustainable timber baskets in the world.     


Carbon summary for 5,000 square feet of Pine Shiplap:

Raw Pine Shiplap

Our raw pine shiplap is made primarily of Ponderosa Pine.  Ponderosa Pine is the most widely distributed pine species in North America and is an abundant and completely sustainable species of wood. There are roughly 255 billion board feet of standing timber and an annual mill production of around 4 billion board feet, meaning less than 1.5% of all available timber is harvested in a given year.  Being a renewable resource and thanks to advancements in modern forestry management, we have an accelerating timber supply of Ponderosa Pine that is entirely sustainable for generations to come.  

We source material from central Oregon where it is selectively harvested from both private and federal timberlands.  


Carbon summary for 5,000 square feet of Pine Shiplap:

Cedar Shiplap

Our Cedar Shiplap is harvested in British Columbia, home to the largest and most sustainable forests of Western Red Cedar in the world.  It's harvested from mostly government land that is third-party inspected and follows strict guidelines to ensure sustainability and protect environmental and ecological guidelines.  All Western Red Cedar forests are strictly managed to ensure that Cedar remains one of the most sustainable building products available.  In fact, well less than 1% of available Cedar is harvested in a given year, and we have more cedar trees today than in history.  

Independent studies prove that when it comes to environmental performance, natural wood is superior to synthetic products in every way. While other building materials generate greenhouse gasses, Western Red Cedar actually removes greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere. And unlike brick, cement, and composites, Western Red Cedar is renewable and biodegradable.  


Carbon summary for 5,000 square feet of Cedar Shiplap:

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