Canadian Wood Species

Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF)

Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF) refers to White Spruce, Engelmann Spruce, Lodgepole Pine and Subalpine Fir, all having common characteristics and properties. SPF’s strength, light weight, ease of handling and woodworking properties has made it a popular wood for all types of framing applications in construction. SPF has great dimensional stability and strength making it a popular choice for pre-fabricated eco homes. In India SPF is recognised as a superior wood for solid door, door-frame, furniture carcassing and modular housing.

Ideal for

  • Structural prefabricated cottages
  • Furniture framing
  • Flush door frame

Features

  • Good planing and shaping quality
  • Excellent nail and screw holding properties with very good resistance to splitting
  • Good staining properties
  • Great strength and dimensional stability
  • Outstanding working properties

Stains & Finishes

  • NormalNo Finish
  • White Paint FinishDead Matt
  • Natural PU GlossGloss
  • Natural PU GlossGloss
  • Images are only for reference: Actual may vary

    Most Canadian Woods may species can be used in their original light color or stained to darker colors of mimic hardwoods

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    • SPF is the most abundant species group in the interior
      SPF is the most abundant species group in the interior
      SPF is the most abundant species group in the interior
    • SPF clear and light tone lumber
      SPF clear and light tone lumber
      SPF clear and light tone lumber
    • Distinctive needles of SPF species
      Distinctive needles of SPF species
      Distinctive needles of SPF species
    • Millions of seedlings are planted each year
      Millions of seedlings are planted each year
      Millions of seedlings are planted each year
    • SPF trees produce strong dimension lumber
      SPF trees produce strong dimension lumber
      SPF trees produce strong dimension lumber