What tree species is a hardwood used for structural timbers, flooring, and furniture?


Answer: White OakWhite oak comprises 15% of the commercially available hardwoods in the US. It is a used for structural timbers, flooring, and furniture because of its length (rees average approximately 70 to 80 feet in height), color (White with creamy sapwood and dark gray-brown heartwood) and texture (very strong and hard, and with good steam bending properties). It takes a good finish when machined, nailed and screwed well.

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