About Cypress Wood
Cypress lumber is lumber made from cypress trees, usually trees in the genus Taxodium, which includes trees known as pond cypress, red cypress, bald cypress, and yellow cypress. This lumber product is sometimes available at lumberyards and through sawmills, and it can also be ordered directly from companies which specialize in providing cypress lumber. There are a number of settings in which this lumber can be appropriate.
Cypress has a very fine grain, and when newly milled, it is a rich golden color. Some people treat it with varnish to retain this color, while others may opt to paint and stain the wood. Cypress takes paints, stains, varnishes, and other treatments very well. It is also possible to leave cypress lumber untreated to naturally weather, in which case it will eventually take on a gray color.
This wood is well suited for construction because it naturally resists insect pests and decay thanks to oils present in the wood. It is also a very durable wood product. For these reasons, cypress wood is often used in outdoor installations such as shingling and siding. It can also be used for structural beams, and in the construction of things like boats, in which case it may be finished to keep the wood in good condition.
Virgin Cypress produces Cypress Wood components for your designs, from the 11 1/2″ Crown Moulding to beautiful rustic flooring. We even provide the logs for Log Home Constructions or Timberframe Homes.
Not sure if we have the cuts you need? Look no further! Virgin Cypress has a knife library that consists of over 5,000 moulding profiles, Shiplap Siding, Base Trim and Door Casings to choose from.
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