The nature of wood dictates the final look of the furniture. Hardwood (of flowering trees) and softwood (of evergreen trees) are two main categories
Teak Wood (Sagwan):Teak wood is most popular type of Indian teak wood for making furniture. Teakwood is known for its shine, patterns, longevity and weather resistance. It is one of the luxurious woods; hence sometimes you may find our product to be costlier than other wood products. Its use manly Carving furniture, Door, High End Furniture Swing, Bed. Properties & Uses : Teak is a yellow to dark hardwood which is extremely heavy, strong and durable. Often strongly figured, teak may show straight, mottled or fiddleback figures.
Ghana Teakwood: Fetching a premium price and also known for its durability, Ghana teakwood furniture can be used for indoor/outdoor purposes. The tones range in shades of medium-dark brown or in a pale yellow colour. It is also useful to make decorative items and accessories for the home due to its strength, durable finish and the beautiful grain. This wood is resistant to decay, termites and mould formations.
Ivory Coast Teakwood: Popular for its strength and hardness, the Ivory Coast includes a tight grain and resists termites and extreme weather. It can be used for furniture, window frames and doors and gives a smooth finish.
Burma Teakwood: Also known as Myanmar teak, it is used to make furniture and wooden floorings. This wood is durable, retains shape, and can be used to create beautiful carving designs. Burma Teakwood is also resistant to water, making the cleaning process much easier which is why it is the preferred choice for floorings! It is valued for hardness and strength and comes with a straight grain pattern.
Nilambur Teakwood: Considered to be a prestigious buy, this teakwood from Kerela is useful to create carved furniture. In the coming years, this wood may soon be protected by law owing to its exclusivity. It can be used in the construction of houses as it has a beautiful grain. It is also used to make furniture and cabinets.
Sal Wood: This is a hardwood that turns a darker shade of brown after cutting. It is used to construct door frames, beams, window frames, etc. It’s considered to be heavier than teakwood and quite resistant to termites. This is a rough type of wood so its pros lies in the durabilitybut is avoidable for furniture making.
Indian Rosewood: Also known as ‘Sheesham wood’, this rosewood has durable features and can take a brilliant polish. It’suseful to make kitchen cabinets, furniture, musical instruments, flooring (for contemporary styles), etc. You may find imported rosewood varieties with your local furniture manufacturers.
Marandi: Requiring little maintenance, this hardwood gives a beautiful appearance when used for door/window frames, shutters, etc. This is durable, easy to work with and very much resistant to termites. It requires little maintenance if used for furniture.
Other detail of wood
Old Dry Wood
Zero Percentage moisture in OLD DRY WOOD. In old wood use Local Wood (Neem , Babool, Saal. Its quality it’s not bend. , In Fresh Wood in High Quantity moisture.
M.D.F.(Medium – density fibreboard)
M.D.F.is an engineered wood product made by breaking engineered wood product made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres , often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder and forming panels by applying high temperature and pressure. MDF is generally denser than plywood. We use M.D.F. use in Bone, MOP furniture Mainly. We use certified (CARB) M.D.F. It is one of the best M.D.F. This is certified by California Air Resources Board.