Smithers Lumber Yard Ltd.

Smithers Lumber


Benjamin Moore

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Pressure Treated Lumber

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Dealing in local lumber for over a century

Always committed to quality

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Our history dates back to 1913

Previous owners Fowler and Collison ~ 1936

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Sheet Goods

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Standard Spruce: 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 1"

Fir Plywood: Duraply, Formply

Exotic Plywoods: Alder, Birch, Fire-treated, Marine-grade, Red Oak, Pine, Walnut

OSB Standard Sheets: 15/32 19/32 3/8

Underlay Plywood: Riverside, Fibre Floor, Sub Floor Dri-Flor


Construction Grade Plywood – Plywood consists of multiple layers of thin wood glued together to create one sheet and can be used to add structural strength to walls and floors.

Finishing Plywood – Used for cabinets, shelves, or anywhere the sheet will be visible. This product is available in a variety of wood species such as oak, maple, birch, and in a pre-lacquered finish.

Tongue & Groove – Most often used for decks or subfloors, the added strength of the interlocking edges makes for a stronger, more rigid surface.

Paneling – Can be used to finish a wall and may have one side with a design or texture.

Oriented Strand Board (OSB) – Typically used for sheathing exterior walls and interior floors.

Medium-Density Fiber Board (MDF) – MDF sheets are ideal for veneer or lamination projects. The sheets can be cut, shaped, or sanded for a variety of applications, and they have a surface that can be primed and painted for a finished look.

Melamine – Features a pre-applied laminate skin over a particleboard core. Typically used for shelving and cabinet construction, these panels come in various colours or looks. Edge banding is also available to cover the exposed edges for a complete, finished appearance.

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