White Pine


Formal Name: Pinus strobus
Color: Sapwood usually appears pale and creamy, sometimes with yellow tones. Heartwood varies from a straw-like color to a deep yewllowish-tan color. Resin ducts often appear as fine brown lines.
Shade: Light
Grain: Straight-grained with a fine, uniform texture and growth rings that are not well marked.
Workability: Works easily with both machine and hand tools and has good nailing and screwing properties. It can be finished well with paint, polish or stain.
Physical Properties: Lightweight, soft, even-textured and easily worked, white pine is the least resinous of all pines.
Uses: millwork, mouldings, paneling, flooring, furniture, siding, cabinetry, toys, novelties and musical instrument components. Also often used as dimension lumber and in log homes.
Machining
Nailing
Screwing
Gluing
Finishing

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Wood is a natural product. Some variation in color and grain pattern will occur between samples, images on this website, photographs and any specific installation.

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