Skip to Primary Site Navigation, Secondary Site Navigation, Content, Company Address


Home > Hardwood Lumber Types > Sycamore Lumber

Sycamore Lumber

Sycamore Lumber

Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) is a large tree that originated in North America. Sycamore wood has sapwood that is white to light yellow and heartwood that varies from light to dark brown in color. Sycamore has an interlocking grain with a fine close texture. Sycamore wood is relatively moderate in weight, hardness, stiffness, and shock resistance. Sycamore lumber stains easily and finishes well. Therefore, Sycamore lumber contrasts well with other hardwoods. Sycamore lumber uses include furniture, cabinets, millwork, paneling, flooring, and molding.

Cook Lumber Company recommends Sycamore wood being used for any projects that requires good workability, good strengths, and with good finishing characters.

Cook Lumber Company has the capabilities to provide large quantities of Sycamore lumber to companies worldwide while complying with all national and international lumber laws.



Top