• 10. Edge & Unedge Ash Lumber (Timber)10. Edge & Unedge Ash Lumber (Timber)Quick View
    • 10. Edge & Unedge Ash Lumber (Timber)10. Edge & Unedge Ash Lumber (Timber)Quick View
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    • 10. Edge & Unedge Ash Lumber (Timber)

    • White Ash is also known as  White Ash.The heartwood is a light brown colour, though darker shades can also be seen. Sapwood can be very wide, and tends to be a beige or light brown. It is not always clearly differentiate from heartwood. It is commonly used in flooring, millwork, boxes/crates, baseball bats, and other turned objects such as tool…
  • 11, Spruce KVH  C24 Timber11, Spruce KVH  C24 TimberQuick View
  • 11.1. Pine KVH C24 Timber11.1. Pine KVH C24 TimberQuick View
  • 12. Edge & Unedge Spruce Lumber12. Edge & Unedge Spruce LumberQuick View
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    • 12. Edge & Unedge Spruce Lumber

    • Spruce lumber is relatively soft; however, the strength is especially good in comparison to the weight. The texture is very uniform with light tan heartwood and off-white sapwood.  These three species are usually mixed together and traded as Eastern Spruce. Spruce is primarily used in general carpentry and light construction applications. European Spruce is also available and has one of…
  • 13. Deadwood Pine timber13. Deadwood Pine timberQuick View
  • 14. Fresh Cut/Kiln Dried Pine  Lumber14. Fresh Cut/Kiln Dried Pine  LumberQuick View
    • 14. Fresh Cut/Kiln Dried Pine  Lumber14. Fresh Cut/Kiln Dried Pine  LumberQuick View
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    • 14. Fresh Cut/Kiln Dried Pine Lumber

    • Pine is very popular  because it is affordable and available almost everywhere. Pine wood is also naturally great at resisting decay and rot. Compared to other lumber, most builders appreciate how easily pine accepts nails. There is no need to pre-drill holes, so you save time and avoid extra work. Unlike other soft woods, the nails stay put and will…
  • 15. Walnut Lumber (Edge & Unedge)15. Walnut Lumber (Edge & Unedge)Quick View
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    • 15. Walnut Lumber (Edge & Unedge)

    • Walnut lumber heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown also has some darker brown streaks. Colour can sometimes contain a grey, purple, or a reddish colour cast. While the sapwood can be a pale yellow-gray to nearly white. The principal uses of Walnut are furniture, cabinetry, gun stocks, interior paneling, veneer, turned items, and…
  • 16. Siberian Larch Lumber16. Siberian Larch LumberQuick View
    • 16. Siberian Larch Lumber16. Siberian Larch LumberQuick View
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    • 16. Siberian Larch Lumber

    • Siberia has extremely cold winters and regular temperatures of -40°F are the reason for slow growth trees with tight annual rings and large heartwood content causing more hardness and density. Siberian larch contains natural tannins and other antiseptics which are the reason for the great durability of this species. Beautiful timber High Natural Resistance Great durability – long lasting High…
  • 17. Douglas Fir Lumber17. Douglas Fir LumberQuick View
    • 17. Douglas Fir Lumber17. Douglas Fir LumberQuick View
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    • 17. Douglas Fir Lumber

    • Douglas Fir lumber are a growing breed of wood lumber for both interior and exterior applications in the Midwest.  Thanks to their high-quality appearance, predictable strength, and reasonable price point, they are an excellent fit for your big timber needs.   It is dimensionally stable and universally recognized for its superior strength-to-weight ratio. Its high specific gravity provides excellent nail and…
  • 18. Edge & Unedge white Oak Lumber18. Edge & Unedge white Oak LumberQuick View
    • 18. Edge & Unedge white Oak Lumber18. Edge & Unedge white Oak LumberQuick View
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    • 18. Edge & Unedge white Oak Lumber

    • A ruggedly handsome wood with saddle-tan colour and a humble grain texture that's right at home in projects with unique designs. White oak is tough and especially good for exterior projects White Oak is what is known as plain sawn. Plain sawn , they mostly has a cathedral grain pattern with a varying amount of vertical or rift grain on the…
  • 19. Edge & Unedge Red Oak Lumber19. Edge & Unedge Red Oak LumberQuick View
    • 19. Edge & Unedge Red Oak Lumber19. Edge & Unedge Red Oak LumberQuick View
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    • 19. Edge & Unedge Red Oak Lumber

    • Red Oak has a light to medium reddish-brown colour, though there can be a fair amount of variation in colour. The sapwood is white to light brown. The principal use of Red Oak  is for cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, flooring, veneers and speciality items. If your interest in more of the details on how lumber is graded you read all…
  • 20. Alder Pallet Element20. Alder Pallet ElementQuick View
    • 20. Alder Pallet Element20. Alder Pallet ElementQuick View
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    • 20. Alder Pallet Element

    • Pallet timber or elements for wooden pallets (pallet boards or components, bearers and blocks) and packaging timber is our main field. We use hardwood and softwood. Main hardwood types we use are, Alder and Birch, Oak ,beech. Main softwood types what we use are Poplar, Spruce and Pine. Fresh-cut; dried; heat-treated; with anti-mould treatment; chamferred boards,Smooth, Rough all Pine, Spruce,…