Softwood

November 11th, 2017

Softwood is usually obtained from conifers (i.e. needle bearing trees, such as: pine, fir, spruce or Japanese, European or hybrid larch). Most structural timber used in the U.K. is made of softwood, because it grows faster than hardwood and is a more affordable wood material.

 

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    Softwood is usually obtained from conifers (i.e. needle bearing trees, such as: pine, fir, spruce or Japanese, European or hybrid larch).

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