Pioneer Millworks Larch Siding and Shiplap is sustainably harvested domestically from small well-managed forests. The signature swirling grain and small tight knots of Larch brings a natural finish to vertical applications. The rot resistance of this underutilized species rivals that of Douglas fir, and it is locally grown in the Pacific Northwest which makes it a great option for exterior or interior uses. Pair it with one of our color options which show off the wood grain patterns through hue and tone; it has been brushed which enhances color saturation & adhesion. Also available pre-primed for easy application of paint colors or unfinished to be stained on site. Shown here in Lapis; a deep blue that accentuates the rippling waves of the grain pattern.
- Solid Siding
- Solid Paneling
Minimum Purchase Quantity
8' to 16' random, called lengths available.
Shiplap no reveal, shiplap “nickel-gap”, square-edge (S3S), or TGBVE with ⅛" bevel
Unfinished or prefinished with a non-toxic, water-based poly as specified.
(2 coats face, one coat back).
JANKA Hardness Scale
MRc5: Regional Materials (call for details)
Sustainably Harvested Forests