Hamsley Hardwood Gallery

Pecan is a hickory. Pecan has slightly lower strength values than some of the other species of Hickory, but it is still among the hardest and strongest of woods native to the United States. The wood is commonly used where strength or shock-resistance is important. As the common name implies, Carya illinoinensis is the tree responsible for producing Pecan nuts commonly used in snacks and cooking recipes, and is the state tree of Texas. Pecan lumber and hickory lumber are indistinguishable by the naked eye. Pecan lumber in the trade is marketed and sold as hickory.
Pecan and Hickory Lumber
Pecan and Hickory Lumber3970 viewsKiln Dried 4/4 15/16" thick skip planed - $8.00 per BF.
Kiln Dried 5/4 - $9.00 per BF
Kiln Dried 8/4 and 9/4 - $12.84 per BF

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