All species from British Columbia (B.C.), Canada are used in structural applications such as house framing, roof trusses, post and beam structures, prefabricated houses, bridges, piers, barns, sheds and pergolas. In addition, all Canadian Wood species are used in the production of engineered wood which comprises of finger-joint and/or laminated components/blanks and glue laminated timber (glulam). The high strength and stiffness of laminated timbers enable glulam beams and arches to span large distances without intermediate columns, allowing more design flexibility than is available with traditional timber construction. The size is limited only by transportation and handling constraints.

RECOMMENDED SPECIES

DOUGLAS FIR

Douglas Fir has a long-standing reputation for its distinctive natural attributes, including strength and beauty. It is commonly used for building and construction purposes due to its stiffness, rigidity, extraordinary strength-to-weight ratio, and availability in large dimensions. Douglas fir presents itself as an excellent choice for heavy timber trusses and post and beam construction. In India, it has been used in key projects utilizing post and beam, and glulam construction methods.

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DOUGLAS FIR

Douglas Fir has a long-standing reputation for its distinctive natural attributes, including strength and beauty. It is commonly used for building and construction purposes due to its stiffness, rigidity, extraordinary strength-to-weight ratio, and availability in large dimensions. Douglas fir presents itself as an excellent choice for heavy timber trusses and post and beam construction. In India, it has been used in key projects utilizing post and beam, and glulam construction methods.

WESTERN HEMLOCK

Western Hemlock wood is straight grained, stiff and free from pitch or resin. Hemlock is characterised by its strength and ease of working, and is highly regarded for all types of construction. It is lightweight, dimensionally stable, nails firmly without splitting, saws easily without splintering and is available in structural grades.

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WESTERN HEMLOCK

Western Hemlock wood is straight grained, stiff and free from pitch or resin. Hemlock is characterised by its strength and ease of working, and is highly regarded for all types of construction. It is lightweight, dimensionally stable, nails firmly without splitting, saws easily without splintering and is available in structural grades.

WESTERN RED CEDAR

Western Red Cedar can be used in structural projects such as gazebos, pergolas, sheds, and post and beam spaces subject to suitable dimensions and spans (engineering). It is also available in larger cross-sections and suitable lengths.

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WESTERN RED CEDAR

Western Red Cedar can be used in structural projects such as gazebos, pergolas, sheds, and post and beam spaces subject to suitable dimensions and spans (engineering). It is also available in larger cross-sections and suitable lengths.

YELLOW CEDAR

Yellow Cedar is used in structural projects such as gazebos, pergolas, sheds, and post and beam spaces subject to suitable dimensions and spans (engineering). The wood is often used for industrial heavy decking, and piles and piers in direct water contact. It is also available in larger cross-sections and suitable lengths.

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YELLOW CEDAR

Yellow Cedar is used in structural projects such as gazebos, pergolas, sheds, and post and beam spaces subject to suitable dimensions and spans (engineering). The wood is often used for industrial heavy decking, and piles and piers in direct water contact. It is also available in larger cross-sections and suitable lengths.

SPRUCE-PINE-FIR (SPF)

SPF is the major house framing timber used in North America for wall, floor and roof framing in large and small cottages, whether pre-fabricated or built on site. SPF’s strength, stiffness, nail holding ability, and workability combined with its light weight, ease of handling and woodworking properties has made it a popular wood for pre-fabricated eco homes and modular housing in India.
The wood is smooth dressed, kiln dried and graded for structural applications, and every board is grade stamped accordingly.

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SPRUCE-PINE-FIR (SPF)

SPF is the major house framing timber used in North America for wall, floor and roof framing in large and small cottages, whether pre-fabricated or built on site. SPF’s strength, stiffness, nail holding ability, and workability combined with its light weight, ease of handling and woodworking properties has made it a popular wood for pre-fabricated eco homes and modular housing in India.
The wood is smooth dressed, kiln dried and graded for structural applications, and every board is grade stamped accordingly.

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