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Softwoods aren’t weaker than hardwoods. Softwoods come from coniferous trees such as cedar, fir, and pine and tend to be somewhat yellow or reddish. Because most coniferous trees grow fast and straight, softwoods are generally less expensive than hardwoods.
It’s also relatively easy to find sustainably grown softwoods this means you’re not contributing to the deforestation of the world.
The wood of white spruce is a softwood used primarily for pulpwood and lumber for various construction, prefab houses, mobile homes, and furniture. It is good for harsh weather conditions, quite resistant to acids and alkalis. The Black Sea Coast is known for its White Spruce.
Yellow Pine Wood
Pine is a softwood white or pale, more pliable than most hardwoods and sturdy. It is lightweight, straight grained and lacks figure. The properties of pine make it a popular choice because of its easy cultivation and widespread availability. It resists shrinking and swelling.
Sedir – Cedar
Part of the reason cedar is aromatic is that it bears thujaplicin, a natural antibacterial and antifungal agent. Some types of cedar also have insect-repellant qualities. Cedar contains natural oils. When combined with its lightness and stability it is a great softwood for construction. Cedar is an especially strong wood that is not prone to warping or sagging.
Fir is common lumber that comes from any number of coniferous trees. Fir is known for its strength and dimensional stability as well as its natural resistance to rot and pests. It is a very durable softwood and This species has excellent strength properties and is well known for its workability.