Species

Pine

Description

Sugar Pine is a member of the White Pine group, marked by its consistent white color due to gradual transition from earlywood to latewood. This soft pine species also produces a more even grain than do the hard pines and offers excellent dimensional stability. Mixed SPF options offer economy and utility where appearance is less important.

Sizes

  • 1×3, 1×12, 2×12
  • 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4

Grades & Variations

Clear Pine

The correct grade for all finishing needs, Clear Pine is the most versatile and easiest to work with. Clear logs from open-grown pines provide exceptionally wide, white boards due to a preponderance of sapwood.

#2 Common (Knotty)

The sound tight knots of #2 common lend character to this pine grade. It is suitable for almost all applications including paneling and siding, shelving and general uses for a more rustic/natural look.

Moulding & Better

The most economical choice, this includes 1×3 Studio Pack. Narrow and long strips can be produced for mouldings or other applications. It will have some wane, checks and imperfections, acceptable in this grade.

Did you know?

Sugar Pine is the largest of all species of pine, attaining heights of over 200 feet. Its sheer size, coupled with its thick and massive branches, lead people to call it the most majestic of the pines.