Redwood Lumber

Redwood lumber is very soft and lightweight, with a decent strength-to-weight ratio. It is also exceptionally stable, with very little shrinkage or seasonal movement.

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Features
  • Commonly used for veneer, construction lumber, beams, posts, decking, exterior furniture, and trim. Burls and other forms of figured Redwood are also used in turning, musical instruments, and other small specialty items
Specifications
Colour/Appearance Heartwood colour can range from a light pinkish brown to a deep reddish brown. Sapwood is a pale white/yellow. Curly figure or Redwood burl (sometimes referred to as “lace” or by the name Vavona) are occasionally seen.
Grain Grain is generally straight, though figured pieces may be be wavy or irregular. Coarse texture and low natural luster.
Workability Typically easy to work with hand tools or machinery, but planer tearout can occur on figured pieces with curly, wavy, or irregular grain. Glues and finishes well.
Note Specifications may change, please check with your local Windsor Plywood location to verify availability. Some products may be special order.

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