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LUMBER

For durability and dependability, properly kiln dried lumber from only the best wood is a must. That's why Renneberg Hardwoods chooses only the best wood and ensures it is processed to perfection with its state-of-the-art kiln drying process.  

DOMESTIC

Alder

The uniform texture of alder is easy to work and is easy to sand for an extra smooth finish. It's a popular choice for veneer, plywood, tongue & groove paneling, mouldings, trim, doors and cabinetry.

Aromatic Cedar

The excellent resistance to both decay and insects make aromatic red cedar a great option for closet uses without pretreating the wood. Common uses include closet linings, carvings and cedar chests.

Ash

Woodworkers like ash because it's easy to work with. It glues, stains and finishes well, and is priced affordably. It's most commonly used in flooring, mouldings and trim work, tongue and groove paneling and cabinetry. 

Aspen

Aspen is commonly harvested for veneer, moldings and trim work, door sides, sauna's and plywood. 

Basswood

If you are into wood carvings, basswood is the wood for you! It's extremely soft, light and easy to work with. Great for do-it-yourself installers. Other common uses include tongue and groove paneling, shiplap paneling, veneer and plywood. 

Birch

Birch is economical and relatively easy to work with. It is widely used for veneer and plywood as well as drawer components, interior trim, cabinetry and doors. 

Butternut

Also known as White Walnut, Butternut is soft and great for carvings, veneer, furniture, interior trim and tongue and groove paneling. 

Cherry

The close grain of cherry creates a beautiful, rich appearance. It's a great choice for veneer, furniture, cabinetry, interior trim, carvings and tongue and groove paneling.  

Fir Mixed Grain

Douglas fir trees grow to a very large size, producing a large amount of lumber. Common uses include veneer, plywood, interior trim, interior post and beam applications, shelving and flooring. It's one of the hardest and heaviest softwoods available and is widely used in construction. 

Fir Vertical Grain

Douglas fir trees grow to a very large size, producing a large amount of lumber.  Common uses include veneer, plywood, interior trim, interior post and beam applications, shelving and flooring. It's one of the hardest and heaviest softwoods available and is widely used in construction. 

Hickory

Hickory stains and finishes beautifully. It's most commonly used for flooring, cabinetry, interior trim, mouldings, doors and furniture.  

White Pine

White Pine is very easy to work with. It's commonly used for interior trims, moulding and millwork, carving, toy makers and boatbuilding.

Northern Red Oak

Red Oak is one of the most commonly used woods in the United States, and for good reason. It's abundantly available, provides a timeless look and has beautiful grain and color. It's most commonly used in cabinetry, floors, interior trim, mouldings, millwork and furniture.

Red Elm

Red Elm has an intense, rich grain structure and provides a lot of durability.  It's commonly used for furniture, tongue and groove paneling and flooring. 

Soft Maple

Soft Maple provides a lot of stability, it's easy to work with and cuts cleanly. It has very clean and concise distinctions between the hardwood and sapwood. As a soft wood, it's most commonly used in furniture, cabinets, tongue and groove paneling and door sides. 

Black Walnut

Walnut is a durable wood that is easy to work with and stains well. It is most commonly used in furniture, cabinetry, interior trim, moulding and millwork, post and beam applications and virtually any interior finishing application. 

Western Red Cedar

Wester Red Cedar is a very stable wood. It's commonly used in interior millwork, trim, mouldings and tongue and groove paneling. 

White Hard Maple

This high-density wood can be found in gymnasiums, bowling alleys and on dance floors everywhere. It also works great for butcher block, cutting boards, work benches, musical instruments, cabinetry, interior trim, millwork, mouldings and veneer.

White Oak

Many woodworkers are familiar with white oak. It's strong and easy to work with. It's used in cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, flooring, boatbuilding and whiskey and wine barrels. 

Yellow Poplar

Yellow Poplar is considered a utility wood as it is extremely easy to work with and the most economical of all hardwoods. It lends itself well to painting and used in cabinetry, interior trim, millwork and mouldings. 

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SPECIALTY

Qtr Sawn Red Oak

​Red Oak is most commonly used in cabinetry, floors, interior trim, mouldings, millwork and furniture. Qtr Sawn Red Oak is cut at an angle providing a more durable, moisture resistant lumber. 

Rift Cut Red Oak

Rift Cut Red Oak, similar to Qtr Sawn, is cut at an angle that works great for furniture applications in which all sides are exposed and stability is key.

Qtr Sawn/Rift Cherry

​The close grain of cherry creates a beautiful, rich appearance. It's a great choice for veneer, furniture, cabinetry, interior trim, carvings and tongue and groove paneling.  Qtr Sawn and Rift Cut Cherry provides durability as well as a beautiful appearance.  

Qtr Sawn/Rift Walnut

This beautiful wood gains strength and durability when Qtr Sawn and Rift Cut. Walnut is most commonly used in furniture, cabinetry, interior trim, moulding and millwork, post and beam applications and virtually any interior finishing application. 

Qtr Sawn/Rift White Maple

White Maple is extremely soft, light and easy to work with. Other common uses include lumber, musical instruments, veneer and plywood. Qtr Sawn and Rift Cut White Maple is cut at an angle to provide maximum durability. 

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EXOTIC

Anigre

Anger is most commonly used as a veneer and interior furniture. Its medium uniform texture offers a beautiful natural luster. 

Birdseye Maple

Its figure sometimes representing a small bird's eye, Birdseye Maple is a common wood used in veneers. 

European Beech

European Beech, most widely used in Europe, is an excellent choice for veneer, flooring, cabinetry and more. It has excellent bending capabilities and is an affordable option. 

Jatoba

Also known as Brazilian Cherry, Jatoba is a stiff, strong wood making it an exceptional option when high-strength is priority. It's commonly used in flooring, furniture and cabinetry.  

Mahogany - African

African Mahogany is commonly used as a veneer. It has a great light-refracting quality making it an attractive choice. It's also used for plywood, furniture and interior trim. 

Mahogany - Royal

Royal Mahogany is deeper in color and also has a great light-refracting quality. It's commonly used in cabinets, millwork, flooring, doors and moulding. 

Mahogany - Sapele

This African wood is great for veneer, plywood, furniture, cabinetry and more. Sapele is known for its wide variety of patterns in the grains. 

PurpleHeart

Get the perfect inlay and accent pieces with the rich colors of PurpleHeart. This Latin American hardwood is also a very popular choice for furniture and other designs when color is desired. 

Teak

Also known as Burmese Teak, Teak is a high-end option with a beautiful appearance. It's most commonly used for veneer, furniture, and carvings. 

Zebrawood

Zebrawood offers a gorgeous, unique look and is frequently quarter sawn. It's used in furniture, boatbuilding and skis. 

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