Our main wood supplier, Beavertooth Oak, gets their sheet goods from Timber Products. Timber Products grows trees on their own forest lands from the seedlings they plant. They have the help of the best experts from various fields, including wildlife biology and road management. They responsibly manage the timber, harvest it, and then bring it to their own mills. From there, they manufacture and deliver the high-quality wood products that we count on every day. To learn more about Timber Products, please visit their website at timberproducts.com
All products are carefully created with the environment in mind. They continually improve their processes to reduce waste and use no-added formaldehyde (NAF) based resins or ultra-low-emitting formaldehyde (ULEF) resins to reduce emission. Their prefinished panels emit zero formaldehyde because of the UV finishing technology timber products use. Timber Product’s commitment to healthy forests starts from the ground up. Every year, this company plants and manages 400,000 trees in addition to protecting wildfire and water quality.
Timber Products operates its business safely, using a renewable resource that must be managed cautiously while implementing year-round sustainability initiatives to ensure abundant and healthy forests to remain for future generations.
Oak is one of the more durable wood species. The grain patterns are unique making it one of the easier woods to identify. Oak wood is generally straight-grained and has an uneven texture. Will have a wider grain compared to quarter sawn oak.
Quater Sawn Oak
Birch wood grain is generally straight or wavy with a fine even texture, characterized by a plain, often curly or wavy pattern.
Alder wood is moderately light with a reddish-brown tone. It is the softest of the hardwoods. Alder displays pin knots and mineral streaks throughout the grain pattern.
Rustic Alder shares similar attributes with Alder. The main difference is that it features more variances in coloring and has knots.
Rustic hickory has many of the same attributes as hickory, but with more intense color variations, color streaks, knots, and burls, as well as extreme grain patterns.
This wood has a straight, fine, and even grain that shimmers. It is durable and the reddish-brown color darkens over time and displays a reddish sheen when polished.
Cherry has a light, reddish-brown color. Its grain is unique in that its color gets richer with age (i.e. old world libraries).
May contain, burled grain, knots, and mineral. No two pieces are alike. The variance is what makes rustic wood so special.
Chocolate/coffee color, known as a heartwood. Hues contains light browns, gray, purple, reddish tints. The sapwood of walnut carries typically a blonde pale color also ranges to a yellow gray. Walnut is a straight/tight grain although you will sometimes see waves or curls within the wood.
Typically a cream color, but tends to differ with brown/salmon hues. The grain pattern is straight with a fine to medium uniform texture.