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Spruce Pine Fir (SPF)

SPF (spruce-pine-fir) is the name given to a combination of spruces, pines and firs that share similar characteristics and are found throughout the forests of Canada.

Russian Pine

Pine has a strong, heavy and compact wood. It is resistant to woodworms and its colour is reddish with a darker purple tone. There is no distinction between sapwood and heartwood.

European Sycamore

The wood of Sycamore trees is predominantly comprised of the sapwood, with some darker heartwood streaks also found in most boards.

German Spruce

The colours range from creamy white to light yellow and to red-brown. Its heartwood is not distinct from its sapwood.

American Southern Yellow Pine (SYP)

Southern Yellow Pine is imported from the United States of America, and is considered as one of the strongest, most versatile species of wood, used by both building professionals, as wells as DIY's.

German Sylvestris Pine

Also commonly called Scots Pine, Sylvestris Pine is a softwood that finds its most popular uses in general construction, flooring and joinery.

New Zealand Radiata Pine

Radiata Pine has heartwood that varies from light-brown to yellow, and is often not very different from the sapwood, which is white to pale-yellow.