Fir wood is usually light and soft but is sometimes used for interior finishing and for crates and boxes.
firs are a genus of 48-55 species of ever green conifer in family Pinaceae.
Fir, like all coniferous trees, is a softwood.
Fir is a softwood.
No, Fir is a softwood.
Fir, and other pine trees are considered soft woods. fir is soft wood and is cheaper than hard wood.
totally depends on type of wood used. Cedar,pine,fir,etc..
Most common interior doors are made from fir or hemlock.
There are at least five different trees classed as Douglas Firs. Pseudotsuga menziesii the Oregon Douglas Fir. P.macrocarpa the Large Coned Douglas Fir. P.japonica the Japanese Douglas Fir. P. caesia the Fraser River Douglas Fir and P. glauca the Blue Douglas Fir none of them are true firs the difference being that the cones are pendulous and drop intact. Pseudotsuga means pseudo , false, tsuga , hemlock.
Very light brown.
Termites can eat through Douglas-fir but it is more resistant to termites when compared to hemlock or spruce. Any type of wood used should be treated to resist termites.
Dry Douglas Fir
Balsam fir is a type of wood. It is a soft wood.
ash and sometimes fir
Just about everything from rough construction to furniture making. It is versatile and useful for any application.