Wood Products

  • Ash wood

    $ 710$ 855
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    Ash is a light colored, smooth-grained hardwood that grows throughout the east coast and parts of Canada. With its typical straight grain and beige-to-light-brown hue, ash wood is a very attractive option for fine furniture.

  • Cherry wood

    $ 1.050$ 1.200 exc. VAT
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    Color Light pink to rich reddish brown
    Source American Black Cherry Tree
    Hardness 995 on the Janka scale
    Cost $3 to $10 per board feet
    Common Uses Furniture, cabinets, flooring, kitchen accessories
  • Oak wood

    $ 600$ 990
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    Oak wood properties make it a desirable timber to work with for several reasons. There are over six hundred varieties of oak trees growing across the northern hemisphere, with many producing types of oak wood suitable for timber. Two species Q.petraea (a sessile oak) and Q.robur (a pedunculate oak), are mainly used for timber in Europe.

  • Rubber Wood

    $ 255$ 325
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    Rubberwood is actually a medium-density hardwood that is produced by harvesting the Pará rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis). Most of these trees grow in parts of Asia, Africa, and South America. Pará rubber trees are cultivated for their latex, and at the end of their useful life are harvested to become rubberwood lumber.

    • Common Name(s): Rubberwood, plantation hardwood, parawood, Malaysian oak
    • Scientific Name: Hevea brasiliensis
    • Distribution: Native to Brazil, but extensively cultivated in tropical regions, especially in Asia
    • Tree Size: 75-100 ft (23-30 m) tall, 1-3 ft (.3-1 m) trunk diameter
    • Average Dried Weight: 37 lbs/ft3 (595 kg/m3)
  • Sapele wood

    $ 1.050$ 1.200 exc. VAT
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    Common Name(s): Sapele, Sapelli, Sapeli

    Scientific Name: Entandrophragma cylindricum

    Distribution: Tropical Africa

    Tree Size: 100-150 ft (30-45 m) tall, 3-5 ft (1-1.5 m) trunk diameter

    Average Dried Weight: 42 lbs/ft3 (670 kg/m3)

    Specific Gravity (Basic, 12% MC): .50, .67

    Janka Hardness: 1,410 lbf (6,280 N)

  • Walnut wood

    $ 1.380$ 1.850
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    Solid wood furniture made with walnut wood is meant to impress and it never falls short of the mark. In the world of custom furniture, walnut wood is a dream as it is easy to work with and finishes beautifully.

    Walnut wood is revered for its rich, dark color. There are many varieties of walnut trees, but just a few are native to North America. It’s the Eastern Black Walnut (also called the American Black Walnut or American Walnut) that is most often used for woodworking.

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