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Hardwood Lumber

Northern and Appalachian Red Oak, White Oak, Silver Leaf Soft Maple, Aromatic Red Cedar, and Ash.

Hardwood Lumber Catalog

Browse our catalog of hardwood products with photos of sample pallets and bundles. We also provide an up to date inventory of stock levels on our inventory page. We would be glad to provide you a prompt quote for you order or answser any question you may have by phone or email.


 
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Ash

 

Hardwood Lumber Catalog

Browse our catalog of hardwood products with photos of sample pallets and bundles. We also provide an up to date inventory of stock levels on our inventory page. We would be glad to provide you a prompt quote for you order or answser any question you may have by phone or email.


 
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Ash

 

Ash

Ashwood feels smooth to the touch. It is durable, tough, and flexible. It has excellent nailing, screw holding, and gluing properties. Hence, carpenters love to work with ash wood. Ash is quite similar to Red Oak in appearance and many working properties.

Ash features a light colored, nearly white sapwood; heartwood is typically tan or light brown. Ash has excellent shock resistance, and it is one of the most commonly used hardwoods for tool handles in North America.

White Ash grows across the entire Appalachian hardwood area. As a species, Ash lumber is considered to have a moderate hardwood lumber price.


Color
Light beige to medium brown color.

Density
Medium to coarse texture similar to oak.
Grain
Almost always straight and regular.

Finishing
Glues, stains, and finishes well.
 

NHLA Sales Code

 

Ash

Fraxinus Americana
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Common Uses

Flooring, millwork, baseball bats, handles, and turned objects.