Hardwoods
(Wood and Carpentry as Related to Building and Construction Materials)

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Hardwood is lumber that's made from the wood of deciduous trees, and is used primarily for trim, finishing, and built-ins. Examples of hardwood include:

  • acacia, alder, American ash, American beech, American elm, apple, ash, aspen
  • balsa, bamboo, banyan, basswood, beech, birch, black cherry, black walnut, black willow, brasswood, briarwood, burl birch, buttonwood
  • calamander, cherry, chestnut, Circassian walnut, concept oak, cork, cottonwood, crystal elm, cypress
  • dogwood
  • ebony, elite walnut, elm, eucalyptus
  • frontier birch
  • Garry oak, golden oak, gum, gumwood
  • harewood, hazel, heirloom cherry, hickory
  • ironwood
  • lauan, lemonwood, linden, locust, logwood magnolia, mahogany, maple
  • Niagara ash
  • oak, olive, orangewood, Oriental ash
  • peach, pecan, Philippine mahogany, plane, poplar
  • red oak, rock elm, rosewood
  • sandalwood, satinwood, Savannah hickory, sen, shagbark hickory, Spartan oak, sugar maple, sumac, sweet gum, sycamore
  • teak, tulipwood, tupelo
  • walnut, white ash, white oak, wicker, willow
  • yellow birch, yellow poplar
  • zebrawood

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