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Western White Pine

Western White Pine (Pinus monticola) is commonly found in the drier parts of Vancouver Island, along the adjacent mainland Coast and within the wetter parts of the southern Interior, especially at lower elevations.

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Thickness
Grade
Width
Lengths
Use
4/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4" wider
6'-14'
Mouldings, Cabinets
5/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4" wider
6'-14'
Mouldings, Cabinets
6/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4" wider
6'-14'
Mouldings, Cabinets
8/4
C&btr 10/15% D
4" wider
6'-14'
Mouldings, Cabinets
4/4
Select Tight Knot
4" wider
6'-14'
Furniture
5/4
Select Tight Knot
4" wider
6'-14'
Furniture
6/4
Select Tight Knot
4" wider
6'-14'
Furniture
8/4
Select Tight Knot
4" wider
6'-14'
Furniture
4/4
Standard
4" wider
6'-14'
Rustic and Frames
5/4
Standard
4" wider
6'-14'
Rustic and Frames

Western White Pine

Western White Pine grows up to 60 meters high and 2 meters in diameter. Western White Pine constitutes only 0.1% of British Columbia’s total growing stock.

It is sawn into 8/4, 6/4, 5/4 and 4/4 lumber, which is then kiln dried and mainly used in furniture, mouldings, boxes and pattern stock. Tight Knot grades are often used for knotty panelling and rustic furniture. The high-grade lumber is used in applications such as clear finish furniture and millwork.

Benefits of using Western White Pine:

  • Most popular use is for furniture and mouldings/millwork
  • Excellent for machinists to shape into furniture and panelling
  • Fine, straight grain
  • Small tight knots
  • Pale color makes for excellent finishing uses
  • Kiln-dried pine remains straight even after years of use
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