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Hemlock has a variety of characteristics that allow it to be one of the most commonly accepted wood products used today by any business. For example, Western Hemlock's strength-to-weight ratio lends itself well for structural building products. In the Milling and woodwork business, hemlock's receptiveness to stain, paint, and varnish bode well for producing attractive window and door products and other furniture. 

Our suppliers' diverse hemlock sorting allow various markets to access products designed to yield specific lumber products manufactured for different uses. Each sort has specifications designed to meet certain requirements for optimal lumber output. This is why the log graders emphasize quality control as an essential component for producing products of high quality standards. 

We offer 11 different sorts of Hemlock. Each sort has its own set of criteria, definitions, and sample pictures to illustrate each product.

The pictures above show the quality and grading of the types of logs we offer - from the highest to the lowest grade as shown in the pictures; extreme left being highest grade and the 4th picture (extreme right) being of lowest grade.

The lowest grade log is used for pulp and cheap production.

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