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Cherry is easy to work, fine textured, and fairly durable. Highly rated in all working properties, including wood bending and turning, it becomes darker and richer with age.
Durable and rot-resistant, teak is a great performer in exterior construction and a wide variety of other building and renovation projects.
Pine is a time-tested and cost-effective choice for a variety of construction and building projects.
Cypress features a luminous color and a very distinct leafy grain. It is strong and light, very durable and naturally resistant to decay, but soft enough to be easy to work.
Characterized by its fine texture and great workability, red oak is a popular choice for furniture, moulding, construction, and other applications.
Pine is a time-tested and cost-effective choice for a variety of construction and building projects.
Fir's stability, tight grain and strength make these boards ideal for a number of inter and exterior projects. This lumber is put through a kiln drying process to reduce moisture content and is ready to be painted or stained.
This mahogany board is ideal for cabinetry, exterior doors, windows, and a multitude of other building and renovation projects. Mahogany stains well and is prized for its stability.
Pine is a time-tested and cost-effective choice for a variety of construction and building projects.
This plain yet versatile poplar board is ideal for a multitude of building and renovation projects.
Whitewood lumber includes a number of different softwood species, primarily white fir but also pine, hemlock and spruce. It features high fiber strength and easy workability.
Hard, strong, and moderately priced, red oak is popular and effective material for a variety of construction projects.
Spruce boards' rot-resistance and consistent grain make them ideal for a number of interior and exterior projects.
Strong and versatile, maple has an even, straight grain and excellent resistance to scratches, dents, and abrasion.
This plain yet versatile poplar board is ideal for a multitude of building and renovation projects.
Characterized by its fine texture and great workability, white oak is a popular choice for furniture, moulding, construction, and other applications.
Walnut remains one of the most popular hardwoods on the market, combining workability, rich color, dimensional stability, and superior shock resistance.
Pine is a time-tested and cost-effective choice for a variety of construction and building projects.
This #2 grade treated pine lumber is approved for ground contact.
Spruce-pine-fir is known for its white to pale yellow appearance and medium to fine straight grain. Because of its weight and strength, SPF is ideal for light construction projects, such as homes, apartments, and small commercial framing jobs.
Fir has tight grain lines, which resist warping, and is one of the most reliable species of wood when it comes to stability.
Pine is a time-tested and cost-effective choice for a variety of construction and building projects.
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