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Start with the Best Materials

We set high standards for building material care, product line depth, and customer service


When you start a new building project, you have a specific end goal in mind. We believe you shouldn’t have to compromise that goal because of poor building materials.
At McCabe Lumber, we believe your project deserves nothing but the best materials so you can complete your project exactly how you envisioned. In our quest to provide the best, we have hand-picked the best lumber options around

We stock several varieties of lumber to ensure you we are providing you with the best materials for your project:

    Framing Lumber

    Start with Strength & Stability

    We offer the best options in framing lumber so you can build with confidence

    Finding the right framing lumber for your job is essential. With McCabe Lumber, you can rest easy knowing we have assembled the best materials for your use. Our varieties of Spruce Pine Fir (SPF) and Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) are of the best quality, dependability and consistency to ensure your project has a sturdy foundation. From framing a house to building a deck, McCabe Lumber’s framing lumber is dependable for any project.

    Advantages of SPF Lumber

    • High dimensional stability
    • Less prone to crook or bow on the job site
    • It’s lightweight and easy to work with
    • Straighter than green lumber and certain other species
    • Is easy to cut, nail and screw–great workability
    • Highly durable yet remains cost effective

    Advantages of SYP Lumber

    • It’s extremely dense, having the highest specific gravity of all common structural lumber species, providing superior fastener-holding power and load-bearing capacity
    • An unique cellular structure permits deep, uniform penetration of preservatives making it highly resistant to decay and termites after pressure treating
    • Distinct grain pattern and appealing golden color makes it great for decorative finishing
    • It’s easy to work with
    • Green–Southern Pine forests are one of the most productive and sustainable timberlands in the world

    Framing Lumber

    ProWood® Pressure-Treated Lumber

    It all starts here

    For projects that are built to last, come to McCabe Lumber. Our line of ProWood® Professional Grade Treated Lumber offers a wide selection of grades to suit virtually any outdoor project. Being pressure-treated, this lumber is perfect for decks, exposed structures, sill plates and other applications. What’s more, ProWood® (micronized copper azole) treated wood is more natural looking, less corrosive to fasteners and looks good longer than many other brands. ProWood® pressure-treated lumber can be used for above ground, ground contact, structural ground contact and fresh water contact applications for projects such as decks, docks and outdoor structures. And, because ProWood dimensional lumber is professional grade, it’s building code compliant and backed by a lifetime limited warranty against termite infestation and rot.

    Advantages of ProWood® Treated Lumber

    • Long-lasting color is infused deep into the wood fibers, resulting in years of guaranteed performance and great looks
    • Sill Plate provides the advantage of several green certifications with the power to stand up to pests and the elements.
    • Professional grade

    • More natural looking
    • Less corrosive to fasteners
    • Resistant against termite infestation and rot

      Treated Lumber

      Products that Protect

      Unmatched protection for your home starts with quality lumber

      McCabe Lumber is your source for the best in fire-retardant lumber: Pyro-Guard. Pyro-Guard is pressure-impregnated, interior fire-retardant treated lumber for enclosed structural applications. This lumber provides permanent protection, unlike coatings which only provide superficial protection, and has been strength-tested after prolonged exposure to elevated temperatures and moisture to verify its strength characteristics when used in roof systems and other recommended applications.

      When Pyro-Guard treated wood is exposed to fire, non-combustible gas and water vapor are produced, and a layer of protective char forms, which hinders combustion and insulates the wood against further damage. Pyro-Guard interior fire-retardant treated wood has a low rate of fuel contribution and heat release, and it maintains structural integrity longer than other building materials such as steel. Consequently, fire damages and repair costs are minimized, resulting in reduced insurance rates.

      Advantages of Fire Retardant Lumber

      • Construction with Pyro-Guard treated wood requires no special tools or skills
      • Pyro-Guard trusses and roof decks often qualify a masonry wall building as “non-combustible” for insurance purposes
      • Pyro-Guard can often be substituted for non-combustible materials without affecting building classification
      • Use of Pyro-Guard wood partitions instead of untreated partitions often allows for an increase in square footage and lower insurance rates
      • The use of Pyro-Guard wood roof decking is usually accepted in lieu of parapet walls in multi-family dwellings

      • Even when sprinklers are mandatory, the use of Pyro-Guard can further reduce fire insurance rates
      • Pyro-Guard is commonly accepted by building codes for partition walls, store fronts, fixtures and roof construction in shopping centers
      • Pyro-Guard successfully passed a stringent combustion toxicity test–smoke produced by Pyro-Guard treated wood was no more toxic than smoke produced by untreated wood

        Fire Retardant Lumber


        Have Confidence in Our Cedar

        We have the largest inventory of Western Red Cedar products in the Tri-State

        In terms of architectural prowess, few building materials have as much beautifying muscle as exposed Real Cedar beams. These timbers can give instant street cred to industrial-chic lofts, add rustic charm to chalet-inspired decor, compliment clean lines in ultra-modern settings and highlight the classical elegance of a traditional home. The Real Cedar timber offered at McCabe Lumber isn’t just easy on the eyes; it also boasts renowned structural characteristics, making it the ideal building material for landscape design, construction as well as all those aforementioned indoor applications.

        Advantages of Cedar

        • Design flexibility–from interior enhancements to engineered structures to landscaping, Real Cedar can do it all
        • Can deliver decades of trouble-free service
        • Superior physical properties including greater resistance to warping, twisting, rot, decay and insect attacks
        • Naturally flame-resistant

        • Durable and long lasting
        • Able to withstand the rigors of time and weather
        • With its straight grain and uniform texture, western red cedar is among the easiest and most rewarding woods to work with

          Cedar Products

          Finish Grade Lumber

          Enhance Your Build

          Our Finish Grade Lumber is both functional and beautiful

          Finish Grade Lumber is the material used to beautify or enhance many projects. Perfect for making any project look great, McCabe Lumber is your source for high-quality, beautiful Finish Grade Lumber. We offer a wide variety of species, such as: Oak, Poplar, Maple, Cherry, and Aye & Better (A&BTR) Cedar. Our most popular species are Douglas Fir–the preferred choice of builders, engineers, and architects due to being one of the strongest and most durable soft wood materials; and Redwood–beautiful, lighter and easy to work with than other exotic woods, this wood remains durable and resistant to weathering, cupping and warping. 

          Advantages of Finish Grade Lumber

            • Resistant to wind, storms and other extreme weathering
            • Durable and dimensionally stable
            • Naturally resistant to rot and decay
            • Extremely stable–resists warp, twisting, and splitting

            • Excellent strength-to-weight ratio
            • Superior nail-holding capabilities
            • Beautiful and uniform appearance

              Finish Grade Lumber