Doors, door frames and windows

Canadian wood species meet the demands of Indian customers as they are well suited for a variety of interior and exterior door and window applications. These species produce stable lumber with consistent straight grain and a high occurrence of vertical or edge grain present. They have low to moderate density values and are easy to face laminate and edge glue, thereby allowing the manufacturing of warp-free engineered window and door elements. These species also accept paints and stains and can be coated with clear finishes that adhere well to the wood surfaces.

Recommended species

Spruce pine fir

The spruce-pine-fir (SPF) group is a mix of Engelmann Spruce, Lodgepole Pine and Subalpine Fir. SPF has a high strength-to-weight ratio

Douglas fir

Douglas fir has a long-standing reputation for its distinctive natural attributes, including strength and beauty.

Yellow Poplar

Yellow Poplar grows widely in large quantities across the eastern United States. Therefore, it is widely used for a great variety of products

White Ash

Ash features a light colored, nearly white sapwood; heartwood is typically tan or light brown. Ash is of the olive tree family.

Red Oak

Red Oak is probably the most widely used and abundant hardwood in the eastern United States. Oak has a characteristic ring

Red Alder

Alder is almost white when freshly cut but quickly changes on exposure to air to light brown with a yellow or reddish tinge.


Beech lumber is regularly sold as rough cut boards. It can also be surfaced, (S2S), upon request. Beech can also be provided to customers


Cherry is a highly prized furniture wood well known for its color, subtle grain pattern and unsurpassed finishing qualities.

Yellow Birch

Yellow Birch lumber is regularly sold in the rough cut form. It can also be surfaced, (S2S), upon request. Yellow Birch can also be provided to customers

White Oak

White oak, like Red Oak, grows broadly across the eastern half of the United States. Although in smaller quantities than Red Oak, White Oak is a ring porous