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Types of Maple Wood

Ash
Ash

Maple, while heavier, is a harder wood than ash, yet not too heavy to swing. The reason for maple’s density lies in its grain structure, which is the most visually noticeable detail between the two woods.

Beech
Beech

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Birch
Birch

Hard maple is harder and has more density than birch. On the Janka hardness scale, which ranks wood density, hard maple ranks 1,450. Yellow birch ranks 1,260. All the soft maple varieties rank lower than birch.

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Cedar
Cedar

Cedar wood comes from several different trees known as cedars that grow in different parts of the world, and may have different uses. Atlantic white cedar, from Chamaecyparis thyoides, used for building, fences, and shingles.

Cherry
Cherry

Maple and cherry wood are two different types of wood. Both are types of hardwoods. Maple is a type of tree belonging in the genus Acer. As a wood, maple is a white hardwood and is considered to have a very tight and even grain. Maple wood is available as hard and soft maple wood. Both are quite hard as compared to other woods and both are specifically used for certain

Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus

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Fibreboard
Fibreboard

Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is a high grade, composite material that performs better than solid wood in many areas. Made from recycled wood fibers and resin, MDF is machine dried and pressed to produce dense, stable sheets.

Fir
Fir

Birch comes in two varieties: yellow and white. Yellow birch is a pale yellow-to-white wood with reddish-brown heartwood, whereas white birch has a whiter color that resembles maple. Both types of birch have a hardness of 4 on a scale of 1 to 5. Birch is readily available and less expensive than many other hardwoods.

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Mahogany
Mahogany

Mahogany wood features a natural resistance to rot and infestation that maple lacks. Because of this, mahogany is often used for deck railings, window trims and other exterior uses. Maple must be treated regularly or painted during outdoor use.

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Maple
Maple

Hard Maple is also known as Rock Maple or Sugar Maple, (this is the same tree which is tapped to get maple syrup). Besides this one species of maple, the only other species that is sometimes considered in the grouping of Hard Maple in the United States is Black Maple (Acer nigrum).

Oak
Oak

2.Maple wood is white and Oakwood is reddish brown. 3.Oak fruit is the acorns and maple fruit is the samara. 4.The oak tree flowers in spring seasons, while the maple flowers in late winters or early summers.

Pine
Pine

Maple and pine are two different types of trees. The terms are also used to indicate wood obtained from their respective trees. The main difference between the two is the fact that maple is a hard wood, while pine is a type of softwood.

Redwood
Redwood

Redwood is a premium building wood. It has a chemical inside the pores that makes it weather-, insect- and rot-resistant. Redwood will last far longer than any other type of wood when exposed to the elements.

Walnut
Walnut

Maple is a creamy white hardwood that sometimes has a reddish tinge. One of the hardest wood species, maple is often chosen for heavy-use items, like dressers and kitchen cabinets. Pros: Maple is affordable and ultra-durable. It can take a beating and look great for years.

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