Beech. The most common hardwood in the world.

The European species of Beech (Latin: Fagus sylvatica) yields a utility timber that is tough and it weighs about 0.72 g/cm3. It is widely used for furniture framing and carcass construction, flooring and engineering purposes, in plywood and in household items like plates. It is also used as a decorative wood. The timber can be used to build chalets, houses and log cabins.

As sawn timber, beech is offered in different classes, in different forms, unedged or edged, unsteamed or steamed. Thicknesses produced vary from 25mm to even 100mm, with random widths. We can also produce fix widths and sorted to size against specific orders. Products lengths vary from supershorts (from 0.4m to 0.95m), shorts (from 1.00m to 1.70m), mediums (from 1.80m to 2.00m) and long lengths (2.10m and longer).

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