Hardwoods are a BC renewable resource, world famous for their value and beauty. British Columbia is fortunate in two regards: to have an abundance of hardwood species and to have one of the world’s most stringent sustainable forestry requirements. This ensures that there will be forests to be enjoyed and a supply of wood and for generations to come.
CarlWood endeavors to maintain a stable supply of hardwood for our customers. All hardwoods are graded to Canada’s National Hardwood Lumber rules. Proprietary grading and custom milling services are also available.
Alder (Alnus rubra) is the most plentiful hardwood on the Pacific Coast.
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Coast Maple (Acer macrophyllum) is also known as Western Maple and Big Leaf
Maple. It is British Columbia's only commercially usable maple and grows
primarily on Vancouver Island and adjacent islands and mainland coast.
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White Birch (Betula papyrifera) is one of only two Birches found in British
Columbia. Its range extends from Saskatchewan to the Pacific Coast.
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