FSC Rough Spruce

FSC rough sawn spruce is an efficient and inexpensive trim product used in dozens of residential and outdoor applications.

When discussing “rough” lumber such as high quality Spruce, it is important to note that this term refers to the texture of the wood. Sterritt Lumber’s rough sawn Spruce is beautiful, distinctive, and incredibly versatile in its applications.

Although lumberyards occasionally market spruce for fencing, siding and exterior trim are spruce’s most common application. Spruce exhibits easy workability, a term that refers to the ease of milling the lumber. Rough spruce’s easy workability lends well to several types of decorative siding and trim. Common spruce siding styles include lap siding, bevel siding and tongue and groove siding. Spruce is also available in standard trim dimensions, both smooth and rough-sawn, for window, door and siding trim. You can adapt this versatile and sturdy species to dozens of projects and applications, like multiple contractors did when using it as the foundation for many aspects of the Big Dig project in Boston. If this material is high quality enough to be the basis for the largest construction project in the history of the world, it can certainly be used for your own high caliber projects!

At Sterritt Lumber, we are proud to handle this sustainably harvested product. Sterritt Lumber handles rough spruce in both 1″ and 2″ thick dimensions in many widths. We invite you to enjoy the distinctive look of this versatile wood!

When discussing “rough” lumber such as high quality Spruce, it is important to note that this term refers to the texture of the wood. Sterritt Lumber’s rough sawn Spruce is beautiful, distinctive, and incredibly versatile in its applications.

Although lumberyards occasionally market spruce for fencing, siding and exterior trim are spruce’s most common application. Spruce’s exhibits easy workability, a term that refers to the ease of milling the lumber. Rough spruce’s easy workability lends well to several types of decorative siding and trim. Common spruce siding styles include lap siding, bevel siding and tongue and groove siding. Spruce is also available in standard trim dimensions, both smooth and rough-sawn, for window, door and siding trim. You can adapt this versatile and sturdy species to dozens of projects and applications, like multiple contractors did when using it as the foundation for many aspects of the Big Dig project in Boston. If this material is high quality enough to be the basis for the largest construction project in the history of the world, it can certainly be used for your own high caliber projects!

Sterritt Lumber is proud to stock rough spruce in both 1″ and 2″ thick dimensions in many widths. We invite you to enjoy the distinctive look of this versatile wood!