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Weyerhaeuser EWP and OSB Exposed to Moisture During Construction Delays

Weyerhaeuser’s Trus Joist® engineered wood products (EWP) and oriented strand board (OSB) panels are intended to be used in dry-use service applications only1. Like other wood framing members, these products will tolerate moisture exposure under typical construction conditions including rain exposure. However, moisture due to conditions such as extended construction delays, improper storage, flooding, or building envelope failure can create significant product and safety issues. ... Read More
April 7, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions About Using Western Red Cedar

Here are a few of the most common questions about cedar, courtesy of our friends at the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (WRCLA). ... Read More
March 24, 2020

Hide and seek with snakes: Major new conservation agreement protects rare reptile in Louisiana

The Louisiana pinesnake is like a reclusive celebrity — almost never seen but discussed constantly and documented whenever it makes an appearance. A new agreement to help protect is almost a decade in the making ... Read More
March 19, 2020

Inspiration Gallery: 6 Unique Outdoor Cedar Structures

Some of the most beloved attributes of Western red cedar—its warmth and its durability—make it the ideal material for creating outdoor structures that offer protection from the elements, a sense of place, a point of respite, or a bit of privacy. Cedar’s graceful aesthetic is a natural extension of the home, and it is well-suited to both traditional and modern designs. ... Read More
February 25, 2020

MIT study highlights benefits of using wood-based building materials

MIT scientists found that using lumber products instead of cement, iron and steel could significantly cut construction emissions and costs ... Read More
January 29, 2020

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