Western hemlock features a fine texture and a straight uniform grain. This species is seasoned uniformly in dry kilns to improve its strength and stiffness, and to enhance its resistance to decay and insect attack. It offers a wide array of applications, ranging from mouldings and interior woodworking to general construction, roof decking and plywood. This wood species is primarily known for its even density, which offers excellent machining properties.
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Most Canadian wood species can be used in their original light colour or stained darker colours to mimic hardwoods.