Hemlock Wood from Wisconsin
Eastern Hemlock Lumber from MTE
The Eastern Hemlock is one of the most desirable conifers on the market, and for good reason. Unlike other evergreens, the Eastern Hemlock flourishes in a variety of temperatures and shade levels, allowing the species to thrive in Wisconsin’s dynamic climate. Its place in Wisconsin’s Menominee Forest ranks the Eastern Hemlock as one of the best options for local, responsibly-sourced wood.
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The Eastern Hemlock is North America’s own gentle giant. Reaching heights of up to 174 ft., this tree is a plentiful and sustainable source of lumber. The soft, coarse-grained wood can be used for almost anything, including furniture and pallets, making it an all-around excellent choice of lumber.
Characteristics of Eastern Hemlock
When harvested, the Eastern Hemlock produces a light, reddish-brown wood. Along with its strength and stability, the nature of the wood allows it to glue, stain and finish beautifully.
Eastern Hemlock is rated as 500 lbf on the Janka hardness scale. Hemlock is a strong, reliable wood to work with, categorizing it among the top trees cultivated for their lumber.