Lindal Cedar Home’s use of premium materials

| by Dan Wise
Lindal Cedar Home’s use of premium materials

There are many reasons why Lindal Cedar Homes has been the world’s largest designer and manufacturer of custom cedar homes, but one main reason is the insistance of high quality materials. Only kiln-dried, premium-grade Western red cedar lumber is used for every Lindal home. You can’t find higher quality cedar anywhere else.  In fact, all materials used in a Lindal home are premium and above-grade, adding beauty, structural integrity, low maintenance in a comfortable living environment.

Lindal’s strict quality control standards and grading system begin where industry standards end. Only the best cedar is harvested for a Lindal home. And taking the extra stpe to properly kiln-dry the cedar reduces the moisture content, which improves the strength of the lumber, reduces warping and twisting, and makes it lighter to save on shiping expenses.

Lindal does not just ‘take” from the cedar forests. Every year, Lindal plants thousands of new seedlings to ensure sustainability for generations to come. 

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Topics: Building Green, Prefabricated Homes / Systems Built Homes / Modular Homes

Companies: Lindal Cedar Homes

Dan Wise
Dan started in the construction industry thirty-five years ago and from the beginning was involved in sustainable construction. Upon forming his own company, he used his experience and education in studying engineering at Penn State to provide sustainable energy efficient construction to his clients. Wise Construction is a Certified Green Builder and Remodeler by the Home Innovations Research Labs and is committed to high performance sustainable construction as a standard. Dan is a NAHB Certified Green Professional and was named the NAHB Green Builder Advocate of the Year in 2013. He currently chairs the Green Codes and Standards sub-committee for the NAHB. www

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