The wood species mentioned here, are the most commonly used in our own production.  It should be noticed that wood is UNIQUE, and there are no two pieces of wood that are exactly the same, so when dealing with natural products it is important to remember that there can be variations, and especially there are differencies in appearance between flatsawn and quartersawn wood in appearance, strengths and stability.  Also there are differencess even within a small region, and even within a single tree.

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Scientific Name: Petersianthus Quadrialatus
Weight:Abt 650 Kgs/m3
Color:Very Dark With Lighter Flames Naturally Occuring
Description: Philippine Rosewood is a very beautiful dark and flamy wood. It has for many years been used for local boatmaking due to it's strength and durability. We have introduced this species for interiors and flooring.
Weight:Abt 600kgs.
Scientific Name:Tectona Grandis
Description:Teak is one of the world's best timbers. It's usage is multiple, but mainly furniture, decking, and various kitchen accessories. Especially well suited for outdoor use.
Scientific Name: Shorea Negrosensis
Weight:Abt 500kgs/m3
Description: Also known as Lauan, the Philippine Mahogany is considered the very best in Asia. - The types growing in LUZON are generally harder and darker, while MINDANAO origin is a lighter and milder type..
Scientific Name:Shorea Laevis
Weight:Abt 700 Kgs/m3
Color:Yellow To Golden Red
Description: Yakal is a hard and golden Mahogany type which is used for frequently used products and surfaces. Ideal for outdoor use also.
ALMON - Red Mahogany
Color: Uniform Light Red
Weight: 450-500kgs/m3
Scientific Name: Shorea Almon
Description:Almon grows in the southern island of Mindanao. It is uniform in colour and weight, and is mild and easy to work.
BAGRAS - Southern Mahogany
Weight:400-600kgs At 15%
Color:Reddish / Brown
Scientific Name:Eucalyptus Deglupta
Description:Also known as Mindanao Gum or Rainbow Eucalyptus. Both natural and planation growth. - Furniture and cabinet making.
Color:Pale To Light Red
Scientific Name: Shorea And Parashorea
Weight:Abt 400-600kgs/m3
Description:Light red or white Lauan and Bagtikan species are widespread in the Philippines, but vary in weight from north to south. - Often used for joinery.
Weight: 450-600kgs
Scientific Name: Podocarpus Imbricatus
Color: Light Yellow To White
Description:Igem is mainly used as a Ramin replacement for mouldings and frames.
MAHOGANY - (Plantation)
Scientific Name: Swietenica Macrophylla
Color: Redbrownish With Orange Tone
Weight: Abt 500kgs/m3 At 12% M.c.
Description: Swietenia Mahogany has been planted in the Philippines since the 70ies. Originating in Brazil, where it is now an endangered species, this plantation species can now be aquired on sustainable basis. It may contain some small firm knots, but is available in good quality for furniture purposes.
ACACIA (road side)
Color:Dark Brown, With Very Distingt Sap Wood (yellow)
Weight: Abt. 4-500kgs/m3
Scientific Name:Acacia Auriculaeformi, Racosperma Aurculiforme
Description:The Acasia grows wild everywhere in the Philippines, and is often used for local handicrafts, and especilly suited for turning into bowls and plates.
Weight: 545kgs At 12%
Color:Pale Brown With Very Light Sapwood
Scientific Name:Acacia Mangium Willd. Leguminosae (mimosoideae)
Description:The sapwood of mangium is narrow and pale yellow to light brown, while the heartwood is olive brown to gray brown, with darker streaks. It is hard, with a medium texture, strong and durable (not in contact with the ground). The grain shows an interlocked figure radially, but looks straight on the flatsawn surface
Scientific Name: Pterocarpus Indicus
Weight: Abt 600 Kgs/m3
Color:Deep Orange Golden To Darker Red Tones
Description:Narra is considered the most valuable wood in the Philippines, and is therefore very restricted. Special permits are required for export of finished products. - Most often used for furniture, flooring, and panels.
Scientific Name:Canarium Luzonicum
Weight: Abt 500kgs/m3
Color: Whitish, Light Brown
Description:Fruit tree with a nut fruit, also sometimes called olive. Found mainly in the Philippines. Common in primary forests and low and medium altitudes. Common names: Antang, kedondong, piling-liitan, belis, malapili
Scientific Name: Cocos Nucifera
Weight: Abt 600kgs/m3
Description: Coconut is very widespread all over the Philippines, and it used extensively in the local construction industry. - It is a very hard wood which is excellent for turning into small bowls, jewelry accessories, but also used for cutting boards, flooring and much more
GMELINA (White Teak)
Weight: Abt. 400 Kgs At 12% M.c.
Color: Pale, Light Color
Scientific Name: Gmelina Aborea
Description: One of the most used plantation species in the Philippines. Widely used for fingerjointed and edgeglued materials for shelves, furniture parts, and mouldings
Scientific Name: Quercus Rob.
Weight:About 600kgs/m3
Color: Pale/light
Description:Our Oak primarily comes from Northern Europe and is lighter in colour, and more dense than it's North American equivalent. Lead time for production in Oak will most often be about 6 months, until produciton is stable, after which 3 months production time is normal.
Color:Pale White.
Scientific Name:Fagus Grandifolia
Description:Mostly closed, straight grain; fine, uniform texture. Our Beech comes from Northern and Central Europe.
Color:Golden Light Brown
Scientific Name:Prunus, Serotina
Description:North American Cherry is one of Americas favorite cabinet and furniture woods, prized for its rich reddish color and fine graining.
Color:Creamy White To Light Reddish Brown
Scientific Name:Acer Saccharum
Description:American white Maple is widely used for furniture, and is often used for very pale products with a soft sanded surface.
Scientific Name: Sandoricum Koetjape
Weight: Abt 500 Kgs/m3
Color: Light Brown
Description:heartwood is pale reddish-brown when dry, imparting the color to water. It is fairly hard, moderately heavy, close-grained and polishes well. It is plentiful, easy to saw and work, and accordingly popular. If carefully seasoned, it can be employed for house-posts, interior construction, light-framing, barrels, cabinetwork, boats, carts, sandals, butcher's blocks, household utensils and carvings. When burned, the wood emits an aromatic scent.
Scientific Name: Pinus
Color:Light Reddish
Weight: Abt 350-400kgs/m3
Description:Pine is grown above 1000 meters in the Philippines. - It is relatively fast grown, but we are able to offer most of our products free of knots.
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