Beech is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. Beech is a common name of a certain tree species. Such as European Beech, American Beech, Japanese Beech, and many more. These are almost identical to each other. The height of these trees is about 100–130 ft (30–40 m). The sapwood is light yellow and the heartwood is red-white in color. Heartwood turns red-brown after steam treatment. Beech wood is used to make flooring, furniture, veneer plywood, and railroad ties. Beech is very hard and tough but it’s not much suitable for permanent outdoor use as it is not durable when exposed to changes in moisture levels.
Our Steam Beech sawn timber line includes: