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Poplar Lumber

Poplar Lumber

Poplar (Populus Balsamifera) is a large size tree that originated in North America. Poplar wood has sapwood that is white and heartwood that varies from yellowish brown to olive green in color. Poplar has a straight grain that can be wooly at times, but has a fine, even texture. Poplar wood is relatively light in weight and average density, but low bending, shock resistance and stiffness. Poplar lumber takes stain poorly, but can be painted, varnished and polished with ease. Poplar lumber makes a great choice for rough usages; such as, paneling and siding. Other uses for Poplar lumber include furniture framing, cabinet drawers, flooring, molding, and millwork.

Cook Lumber Company recommends Poplar lumber being used for any projects that requires workable, light weight lumber with good resistances to wear.

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