American Hardwoods

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Ash

American ash is ideal for bending and turning. It is strong and tough with distinctive grain, character and colour. 

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Oak

American white oak is one of the most popular species from the U.S. hardwood forests in export markets – and is unique to North America.

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Western Red Cedar

Naturally durable and light in weight. It is used for house siding and interior paneling as well as outdoor furniture, decking and fencing. 

 

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Cherry

American cherry is a supreme hardwood species from the U.S. hardwood forests and is unique to North America, with warm colour tones and superb finishing qualities.

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Red Oak

American red oak is the dominant species in the U.S. hardwood forests – with distinctive grain, and wood that is not always red in colour. 

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Maple

American hard maple, growing naturally in the hardwood forests of North America, is world-renowned for its delicate colour, hardness, fine grain and finishing quality.

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Walnut

American walnut is one of the most sought-after species in markets across the world and is unique to North America.