Material Details

Wood Type

Vertical Grain Hemlock: A honey rich to golden tan color. This long grain wood accepts paints, stains, varnishes and polish very well. Available in 8’ – 16’ lengths.

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Superior Alder: Graded to be 80 to 100% Clear with natural defects allowable. Available in 8’ – 10’ Lengths.

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Poplar: Known for its small grain pattern. Mostly used as a paint grade product. Poplar can also stain well.
Available in 8’ – 16’ Lengths.

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Red Oak: Is known for its grain pattern and durability. Available in 8’ – 16’ Lengths.

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Maple: Light in color. Maple has a tight grain pattern for good paint and stain application. Available in both Soft and Hard Maple. Available in 8’ – 16’ Lengths.

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Cherry: A reddish brown wood, with pale, yellow sapwood. Has a tight and smooth grain for superior finishes. Available in 8’ – 16’ Lengths.

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White Oak: Light tan to brown coloring with a light brown to white sapwood. Mostly straight grained. Available in 8’ – 16’ Lengths.

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Walnut: Has a light brown to dark chocolate brown. Color can vary to have purple to reddish tones. Also has a creamy white sapwood. Available in 8-12’ lengths.

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Rustic Hickory: Has a blend of heartwood and sapwood throughout the board. Heartwood is light brown to dark brown. Sapwood is white. Available in 8-12’ lengths.

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Knotty Pine: Colors vary with creamy white, pale yellow, or light brown. Pine yellows as it ages. Available in 8’ – 12’ lengths.

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Clear Pine: Colors vary with creamy white, pale yellow, or light brown. Pine yellows as it ages. Available in 8’ – 12’ lengths.