Crates, boxes, interior millwork, construction lumber, carving, and boatbuilding. Comments: Eastern White Pine is one of the most common and widely used timbers.
Red pine wood is moderately hard and straight grained. It is grown primarily for the production of wood used for poles, lumber, cabin logs, railway ties, post, pulpwood, and fuel.
Because of properties particular to this species of pine, Heart Pinewood is extremely hard, strong, and stable, making it an excellent wood for flooring. Flooring milled produces incredible color, tone, and hardness.
Douglas–fir is used to produce a wide variety of products including general millwork, flooring, furniture, cabinets, and veneer. This species has excellent strength properties and is well known for its workability.
Hemlock wood has a variety of uses. It is also growing in popularity for architectural millwork, saunas, staircases, and spindles. A popular choice, due to the wood’s light color, lack of pitch and its ability to take a varnish finish well.
Spruce is the standard material used in soundboards for many musical instruments, including guitars, mandolins, cellos, violins, and the soundboard at the heart of a piano and the harp. Wood used for this purpose is referred to as tonewood.