Responsible Forestry

Sustainable Operations

Here at C&C Wood Products, we take pride in the fact that our paneling is manufactured from lumber produced in our own sawmill and dried under controlled conditions in our own dry kilns. This means that when our customers purchase a package of C&C Plank Paneling, they know they're getting more than just a high quality product at a great price; they can also count on our paneling to provide them with years of beauty and enjoyment. C&C Solid Wood Plank Paneling truly brings the beauty of nature home.

Supplying product markets from our 20 acre site in the heart of British Columbia's central interior; our operations include saw milling, kiln drying, lumber moulding and packaging facilities. Quesnel BC, our base of operations, is located in the midst of a vast lodgepole pine forest. The timber harvested from these forests is not only ideal for the production of paneling but is also highly renewable and exceptionally well-managed. From this large timber selection we harvest small diameter trees that yield lumber with a fine grain pattern and tight knot structure, both of which are elements of attractive plank paneling. The equipment that we utilize in our manufacturing process produces a smooth, high quality finish that exposes the warmth and beauty of natural wood grain. To discover the possibilities for your project, please visit our products area and have a closer look at our range of paneling patterns.

To us, complete utilization of this valuable timber resource is important. While the attainment of high-grade lumber for paneling production is our primary goal, we also pride ourselves on the fact that 100% of the wood that we bring into our facilities is recovered and used for secondary purposes. Bark that is removed from the logs as well as the sawdust produced in sawing and molding is transported to a generating plant to produce electrical power. Parts of the log unsuitable for lumber are chipped and sent to a local pulp mill for pulp and paper production. Even the shavings from the molding process go to a fiberboard manufacturer to produce medium density fiberboard.