Solid wood Boards


On a hardness scale, birch lumber ranks at the top with hard-rock maple, and in fact is often mistaken for maple. Birch is reserved for butcher blocks, some tool handles and specialty furniture. It takes carbide-tipped saws to effectively cut birch hardwood, and the process often produces smoke and fine sawdust that hangs in the air. Birch hardwood is often used for braces or structural members when absolute strength is required, such as in hydraulic presses or other applications that require rock-solid strength.

Rubber wood

Rubber wood furniture has a dense grain character. It's a light-coloured medium-density tropical hardwood obtained from the Para rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis), usually from trees grown in rubber plantations.

Pine board

Pine ( Pinus sylvestris), can be used for various purposes like carpentry, interior design and decorating doors, windows, flooring and interior panels and furniture manufacturing.


Get great variety of color and figure within species, as well as variation in color among boards. Moderately dense, very strong, good shock resistance.


Teak wood is widely used for indoor furnishings, door and window frames, boat decks, cutting boards and many other articles. It is known for its excellent workability, aesthetic appeal, high durability and finish.

Solid Ash Wood block

The solid Ash Wood furniture is popular for its own natural characteristics and also much more stronger and heavier than engineered wood. Solid Ash Wood is strong and beautiful for woodworking. But sadly it is less and less used for furniture making as now good teak is not available easily and otherwise it costs high.