Seattle Lumber is a Pacific Northwest construction material manufacturing company. We specialize in three different kinds of building materials:
siding (James Hardie Siding, HardiePlank® Lap Siding, HardieShingle® Siding, New HardieShingle® Half-Round Notched Panel, HardiePanel® Vertical Siding, HardieSoffit® Panels, HardieTrim® Boards, Cedar Siding, Bevel Siding, Tongue & Groove, Channel Siding. House Wrap paper, Forti-fiber, DuPont Tyvek, VaproShield.
wood, and metal (Window and Door Metal Flashing), Fasteners and Sealants, windows and doors any configuration. Our materials are hand-selected by our construction experts to fit your building’s specific functional needs and aesthetic requests.
Siding is a material attached to the exterior of a building’s walls to protect it from the effects of weather, such as shedding water from rain or insulation for extreme hot or cold temperatures. Siding comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, providing a variety of architectural options for the building. Contact us to see what kind of siding materials may be right for you.
Wood is one of the oldest building materials used in all of building construction history. In today’s increasingly engineered world, wood is being used more and more for a variety of building projects. Wooden construction materials may be used for its flexibility and bendability under heavy weight and its variability in textures and colors. Contact us to learn about the many wooden material options we have for you.
Metal is often used as a structural framework for larger buildings as it withstands the greatest weight. There is a large assortment of metals that are useful for different types of structures. Steel is strong, flexible, and long-lasting. Aluminum has a low density and the greatest rust resistance. Copper is often used for its shaping advantages for architectural design. Contact us to see what kind of metal material is best for your construction project.
Once we have established the perfect construction materials your project requires, Seattle Lumber will order your selected materials to be shipped within an arranged timeline. Most Seattle Lumber clients do not require a contract, but exceptionally large orders may benefit from a contracted agreement to track every aspect of the order accordingly. Please contact us for a free quote to see if you may benefit from a contracted order with Seattle Lumber.