Wood Species

The U.S. hardwood wood industry, the largest in the world, depends upon the hardwood forests of the United States for the widest range of temperate hardwood species in the world. Representing over 40% of the trees in the U.S., American hardwood species comprise one of the most sustainably managed forest resources in the world, producing consistent grades and providing for constant and reliable shipments.  Any of the available species listed can be used for interior purposes, such as flooring, furniture, molding and millwork, cabinetry and much more.