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Beech (Fagus Grandifolia) is a medium to large size tree that originated in North America. Beech wood has sapwood with a pale brown color and heartwood with adark brown to reddish-brown tint. Another characteristic of Beech lumber is that Beech has small pores, which allow for a fine finish to be achieved. Beech lumber is fairly stiff in character and has a good resistance to shock. Beech wood also happens to be heavy in weight. Some common uses for Beech lumber include cabinet making, furniture, and flooring.
Cook Lumber Company recommends Beech lumber being used for any projects that requires high strength with a good, fine finish.
Cook Lumber Company has the capabilities to provide large quantities of Beech lumber to companies worldwide while complying with all national and international lumber laws.