We saw mainly oak and Douglas fir.
The oak is a hardwood. It contains an essence that is preserved before and after sawing, unlike other species like ash or beech, which heat up if stored for too long.
Douglas fir is a softwood. It drops to 30% humidity, allowing it to be used immediately for routine work. If the sapwood is removed, it needs no protection. Its original colour is very popular: reddish brown.
Very few sawmills work this essence. On the other hand, it is not massively available with material traders (unlike the fir tree).
We therefore place ourselves on this less competitive market.
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