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CYPRESS LUMBER
We sell cypress lumber in all forms

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OVER 100,000 BD FT AVAILABLE 

@ $2.25 Per B.F.

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    We have Cypress lumber in every form in the industry. Whether it for interior use, or exterior application. Hand rived Cypress shakes or shingles, decking, shiplap siding, support beams. Cypress flooring, Old growth cypress lumber , cypress paneling tongue or v- groove. 
   Sinker Cypress (cypress sinkers) that are very old, to second growth logs that have just been cut. 
    We take Cypress logs out of rivers and swamps that have been there for hundreds of years that once dried and milled are even more beautiful than the day they were felled. We take down barns, warehouses, cotton gins and railroad tunnels, that were built with cypress lumber. These are hundreds of years old that are reused in homes and businesses and bring a premium price.
    We can handle your needs from the framing to the roof finish. There has not been a request in any Cypress lumber that we have not been able to provide. 


 
Contact:
662-614-6254
cypressshakes@gmail.com

Cypress physical, mechanical and design properties compared to Western Red Cedar and Second Growth Redwood:

 

Cypress

Western Red Cedar

Second Growth Redwood

Specific Gravity

.46

.32

.35

 

Density (lbs/ft3)

31.4

22.4

24.5

 

Static Bending - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

    Modulus of rupture (lbs/in2)

10,600

7,500

7,900

    Modulus of elasticity (million lbs/in2)

1.44

1.11

1.10

    Work to maximum load (in-lbs/ft3)

8.2

5.8

5.2

 

Impact Bending - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

    Height of drop causing complete failure (in)

24

17

15

 

Compression parallel to grain - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

    Maximum crushing strength (lbs/in2)

6,360

4,560

5,200

 

Compression perpendicular to grain - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

    Fiber stress at proportional limit (lbs/in2)

730

460

520

 

Tension perpendicular to the grain - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

     Maximum shearing strength (lbs/in2)

270

220

250

 

Shear parallel to grain - Dry Lumber

 

 

 

    Maximum shearing strength (lbs/in2)

1000

990

1110

 

Side hardness (lbs)

510

350

420

 

Flame Spread Rating

145/150

70

 

 

Source: Wood Handbook, USDA Agriculture Handbook 72

As you can see. Nothing can measure up to Cypress lumber

Contact:
662-614.6254

E-mail cypress shakes@hotmail.com