Types of Wood
It is a strong hardwood that is moderately heavy and looks quite good with its eye-catching color and straight/wavy grain pattern. The heartwood is reddish brown in colour, while the sapwood is yellowish-white. The wood is easy to work with for carpenters and the texture of the wood allows for a smooth fine finish.
Mango wood is categorized as a hardwood, due to its dense grains. This means it is a strong and durable wood making it perfect for furniture. Due to the density of the wood, it doesn’t wear out easily and can keep its high luster texture for many years. Mango wood is often seen as more affordable and sustainable.
Sheesham wood has a beautiful irregular grain structure which is very distinctive in appearance and can be polished to a fine finish. The timber itself is strong and durable, maintaining its shape well during handling and construction. Given this strength and density, it is also an ideal material for decorative carvings.
Pine Wood is best known for longevity, processability, lightweight, smooth texture and maximum strength. Thus, it is perfect for various purposes such as paneling, flooring, and more. In some cases, it is also used in exterior carpentry but not especially exposed. For example in doors and windows.