Pine

PINE WOOD SPECIES White Pine is a very stable wood. It doesn’t shrink or swell significantly with changes in humidity, and it warps less than other species. Because it’s very plentiful, Pine is an eco-friendly choice and generally affordable. Pine is commonly used for exterior log siding, log railings, and paneling and flooring. We also feature reclaimed pine flooring that is…

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White Oak

WHITE OAK WOOD SPECIES White Oak is strong, beautiful, rot-resistant, easy-to-work, and economical, representing an exceptional value. Heartwood is a light to medium brown, commonly with an olive cast. Nearly white to light brown sapwood is not always sharply demarcated from the heartwood.

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Walnut

WALNUT WOOD SPECIES Walnut is one of the most beautiful and high-end hardwood species you will enjoy for a lifetime. Its delightful swirling grain and rich dark brown tone makes the whole house shine.

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Oak

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OAK WOOD SPECIES Oak is known for it hardness and durability, making it an excellent choice for hardwood flooring with great wear-resistance. Oak (both red oak and white oak) is the most abundant hardwood species in the United States. Oak dates back to the early English craftsmen, and was a cherished material for American Colonists. Color:…

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Knotty Alder

KNOTTY ALDER WOOD SPECIES Knotty Alder tends to be a light tan to reddish brown; color darkens and reddens with age. There is no visible distinction between heartwood and sapwood. The overall grain pattern and appearance is similar to Birch —though redder than Birch. Grain is generally straight, with a moderately fine, uniform texture. Knotty…

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Hickory

HICKORY WOOD SPECIES Perfect for nearly any interior, our Select Grade Hickory features a mostly uniform appearance of warm apricot with occasional streaks of cream-colored sap wood and chocolate brown knots. One of the hardest domestic species, Hickory is ideal for homes with pets.

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Cherry

CHERRY WOOD SPECIES American Cherry wood species is a smooth, even grained hardwood known for its warm, rich look. With its uniform texture, cherry wood finishes beautifully and is ideal for hardwood flooring, tongue and groove paneling or wood trim. Color: Cherry wood has a rich reddish-brown color that deepens beautifully with age. Exposure to sunlight will cause it…

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Black Ash

BLACK ASH WOOD SPECIES Black Ash is one of a handful of species in the Fraxinus genus that are used as commercial lumber. It’s not quite as strong or dense as the related White Ash (Fraxinus americana); this is most likely due to its slower growth rate, which causes a higher proportion of weaker earlywood…

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Birch

BIRCH WOOD SPECIES Birch Flooring & Paneling Looking for an alternative to oak or maple floors? Try birch wood flooring. It has the benefits of the other hardwoods while offering a unique and attractive appearance. Several attributes make birch a worthwhile option for hardwood floors: Hardness and durability that comes with a hardwood floor Color…

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Aspen

ASPEN WOOD SPECIES Aspen has a fine uniform texture and is straight-grained. Sapwood is white, blending into the light brown heartwood. The contrast between sap and heartwood is small. It has low to moderate shrinkage and good dimensional stability.

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