The Most Popular Wood Species
All Wood Species available, not limited to the following selection.
Sapele wood is an african hardwood with red and brown color tones, similar to that of Mahogany. Its deep rich look is unique in character with interlocking grains that changes direction in frequent, irregular
intervals. With its durability, Sapele is one of the most desired woods for manufacturing doors, windows and flooring.
Knotty Alder generally appears with light brown tones with hues of darker brown and red tones. Knots appear and vary in size, shape and color giving it a warm somewhat informal appearance. Originating from the Pacific Northwest of the U.S., Knotty alder with its strong grain pattern and natural appearance is also a much sought after wood grain for doors, windows and flooring.
Cherry is found within the Midwestern & Eastern U.S. It varies in color from rich red to reddish brown. It also darkens with age and lightens with exposure to light. Cherry wood is medium density with good flexibility and strength which makes it easy to work with in manufacturing. With its fine uniform and straight grain, cherry is often found within the wood door industry, cabinetry and flooring as the beauty of this wood creates a satiny smooth finish.
Okoume is primarily found in west-central Africa. Its very similar to that of Mahogany. The characteristics of this wood display a lustrous pinkish-brown to light red color with fine uniform texture. The grain is straight and slightly wavy with some interlocking grains. Okoume tends to be soft, but is easy to work with and stains very well--making a great species for wood doors.
Douglas Fir is found in abundance in the Coastal Regions of Oregon, Washington and Northern California. It is known for its very handsome straight grain and pleasing rosy hue.
Various types of species of Hickory are found throughout the U.S., Canada & Mexico. Hickory is very hard, stiff, dense and shock resistant wood. Color varies from a tan to a reddish brown with sapwood that is lighter cream and white tones. The grain can come in both straight and wavy textures and can present natural imperfections such as knots throughout the wood grain.