Spruce lumber is relatively soft; however, the strength is especially good in comparison to the weight. The texture is very uniform with light tan heartwood and off-white sapwood. White Spruce, Red Spruce, and Black Spruce can be found all over the Northern United States, Canada, and Alaska. These three species are usually mixed together and traded as Eastern Spruce. Spruce is primarily used in general carpentry and light construction applications.
European Spruce is also available and has one of the highest stiffness-to-weight ratios of all the Spruces. This characteristic promotes a high level of performance associated with this specie of wood. European Spruce is primarily traded as mixture of Norway Spruce, White Spruce, and Scots Pine. Euro Spruce is marketed as possessing a pleasing appearance, fine grain, smaller knot sizes, and less warp and twist in relation to other members of the Spruce family.
|2×4||92-5/8″ & 96″||S4S||Stud|
|2×6||92-5/8″ & 96″||S4S||Stud|
|1/2×6||16′||Bevel Siding||#1 Merch|
|1/2×6||16′||Primed Bevel Siding||#1 Merch|