Boise Engineered Wood Products manufactures and markets engineered wood products, which are building products with improved structural characteristics and use our forests more efficiently.
Today Boise EWP owns and operates the two largest laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and I-joist manu- facturing plants in the world in Alexandria, Louisiana and White City, Oregon. Sixty experienced Boise distributors are located across the U.S. and Canada to meet the needs of dealers and builders with regional product mixes, on-time delivery and after-sale service.
Great products are only the beginning.™
Boise believes there’s more to being a great trading partner than just supplying products. That’s why we built the two largest engineered wood plants in the world. Then recently, we virtually doubled plant capacity to be a responsible and dependable trading partner for you. And that’s why we’ve also been developing innovative value-added services to improve the homebuilding process and our supply-chain partnerships.
Architectural design – Cedar compliments any architectural design – from turn-of-the-century to contemporary.
Colors – Unfinished cedar has richly textured grain with colors ranging from mellow ambers, reddish cinnamons and rich sienna browns. Its warm coloring is complimented by a uniform, fine-grained texture with a satin luster.
Easy finishing – Because cedar is virtually pitch and resin free, the wood easily accepts a range of finishes, from fine oils and stains, to solid coatings and paint.
Usages – Enhance the beauty and elegance of your home or commerical property with cedar siding, decking, moulding, windows, doors, posts, beams, paneling, outdoor projects, interiors and saunas.
Aroma – Cedar’s unique aroma comes from naturally occurring thujaplicins in its heartwood. These compounds resist moisture and are toxic to decay-causing fungi and insects and preserve the wood to give it long lasting appeal.