Artisan hardwood, elbrus, engineered, hand scraped/distressed.
Pecan hardwood esengbpgo.
Pecan is an extremely hard wood.
Pecan/hickory grows from the mississippi river valley north through illinois.
Usage flooring, tool handles, ladder rungs, furniture
Botanically they are split into two groups:
The typical thickness of our lumber is 4/4 and 8/4, both thicknesses are available with natural edges.
The average growth of the tree is between 60 and 130 feet in height and a base diameter of over six feet.
Pecan wood is very dense and durable, making it an ideal choice for furniture.
Pecan firewood does not produce quite as much heat as popular hardwoods, like oak or walnut.
Texas pecan wood is a family owned and operated lumber and custom furniture business.
As the most characteristic hardwood floor available, hickory/pecan features inconsistent character marks, cathedrals, and grain patterns that make this hardwood so desirable.
Deliciously nutty and even a little spicy, pecan hardwood pellets are great with veggies, beef, pork, poultry, or even baked goods.
The sapwood of hickory is white, tinged with brown, while the heartwood is pale to reddish brown.
Southern pecan hardwood flooring is pale auburn and swirled with dark, pecky streaks.
This type of wood is favored by the world’s top chefs.
These aesthetic features give it visual interest unlike any other wood.
The wood is virtually the same for both and is usually sold together.
The tree is cultivated for its seed in the southern united states, primarily in georgia, new mexico, texas, and mexico, which produces nearly half of the world total.the seed is an edible nut used as a snack and in various recipes,.
It does burn for a long time and is great for use in cooking and barbequing.