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Cherry Lumber

Cherry Lumber

Cherry (Prunus Serotina) is a small to medium size tree that originated in North America. Cherry wood has sapwood that is white in color and heartwood that has a deep red to reddish-brown tint. Cherry wood has a straight grain with a smooth texture, and may or may not support small gum pockets. Other characteristics of Cherry lumber are that Cherry has average strength and shock resistance, as well as better than average bending characteristics. Some common uses for Cherry lumber include cabinet making, furniture, flooring, paneling and veneer.

Cook Lumber Company recommends Cherry lumber being used for any projects that needs to be high quality, with good visual characteristics and an excellent finish.

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