August 17, 2015

Types of New Lumber

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The Best Selection of Domestic & Exotic Woods

From ordinary to the extraordinary — you’ll find it at Superior Hardwoods and Millwork of Montana. We take pride in being able to offer the most extensive collection of new lumber in western Montana. Hardwood lumber as well as softwood lumber, is on hand and available for your inspection. This includes over 25 different species of domestic lumber and over 25 species of exotic lumber. That is just the beginning of your adventure into the woods.

Start small with our pen blanks and work your way on up through our bowl blanks. Or continue on with quilted clock blanks, walnut and bookend matched quilted maple slabs, and end with our hard to find, amazing 22′ long and 5′ wide bubinga slabs. Our wide range of selection and sizes allows us to serve a broad and varied customer base where wood enthusiasts all over enjoy the atmosphere of our self-service lumber area.

The choice is yours — pick your perfect piece! Or, if you are not sure what is best for your project, “let us guide you through the woods” with our knowledgeable customer service.

Domestic Lumber

  • Alder
  • Applewood
  • Ash
  • Basswood
  • Beach
  • Birch
  • Birdseye Maple
  • Butternut
  • Cherry
  • Curly Maple
  • Hickory
  • Holly
  • Lyptus
  • Poplar
  • Red Elm
  • Red Oak
  • Tennessee Red Cedar
  • Walnut
  • White Maple
  • White Oak

Exotic Lumber

  • Blackwood
  • Bloodwood
  • Bocote
  • Bubinga
  • Chokte Koc
  • Cocobolo
  • Ebony
  • Goncalo Alves
  • Honduran Rosewood
  • Kingwood
  • Koa
  • Mahogany
  • Monkey Pod
  • New Guinea Walnut
  • Olivewood
  • Padauk
  • Purpleheart
  • Spanish Cedar
  • Teak
  • Tulipwood
  • Wenge
  • Zebrawood


  • Ash
  • Bubinga
  • Cherry
  • Maple
  • Quilted Maple
  • Myrtlewood
  • Italian Olivewood
  • Redwood
  • Walnut