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PELADEAU LUMBER’S HARDWOOD ORIGINATES FROM CANADIAN AND NORTHERN UNITED STATES FORESTS

Optimal YieldPeladeau Lumber exceeds National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA) standards.

As a member for over 50 years, we are proud to say that our lumber exceeds these strict grading rules to help improve the yield for our customers.

“The National Hardwood Lumber Association was founded in 1898 to establish a uniform system of grading rules for the measurement and inspection of hardwood lumber.” (-NHLA)

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  • Peladeau Prime

    This is our highest selection for FAS/F1F and Select Grades. Each board is individually inspected to offer the best possible quality, even exceeding NHLA rules by 10-15%. This lumber is intended for customers with the clearest grade requirements.

  • #1 commun

    Our #1 commun is unrivalled on the market because our expert graders only select boards that satisfy the #1 commun classification on BOTH SIDES. These boards exceed the NHLA grade rules and are intended for customers who use smaller clearer cuttings for their products.

  • #2 commun

    By taking all necessary steps to minimize wane and other major defects, we significantly increase the each board of our #2 commun. This product is favoured for wood flooring and component manufacturing.

Peladeau Lumber’s hardwood originates from Canadian and Northern United States forests

A variety of products offered for the best quality

  • Frêne
  • Érable
  • Chêne blanc
  • Chêne rouge
  • Noyer
  • Merisier
  • Plaine
  • Cerisier
  • Tilleul
  • Tremble
  • Frêne
  • Érable
  • Chêne blanc
  • Chêne rouge
  • Noyer
  • Merisier
  • Plaine
  • Cerisier
  • Tilleul
  • Tremble
  • Frêne

    Prime

    Frêne

    #1 commun

    Frêne

    #2 commun

  • Érable

    Prime

    Érable

    #1 commun

    Érable

    #2 commun

  • Chêne blanc

    Prime

    Chêne blanc

    #1 commun

    Chêne blanc

    #2 commun

  • Chêne rouge

    Prime

    Chêne rouge

    #1 commun

    Chêne rouge

    #2 commun

  • Noyer

    Prime

    Noyer

    #1 commun

    Noyer

    #2 commun

  • merisier

    Prime

    merisier

    #1 commun

    merisier

    #2 commun

  • plaine

    Prime

    plaine

    #1 commun

    plaine

    #2 commun

  • cerisier

    Prime

    cerisier

    #1 commun

    cerisier

    #2 commun

  • tilleul

    Prime

    tilleul

    #1 commun

    tilleul

    #2 commun

  • Tremble

    Prime

    Tremble

    #1 commun

    Tremble

    #2 commun

  • Frêne

    White Ash

    White ash (Fraxinus americana) is an open grained coarse textured wood similar to oak. It has a creamy white sapwood and a light to dark brown heartwood. White ash is tough and shock resistant with a unique grain pattern that is favored by manufacturers of flooring, furniture, tool handles, moldings and caskets.

  • Érable

    Hard Maple

    Hard maple (Acer saccharum) has a closed and even grain pattern with sapwood color ranging from cream to white. The wood is heavy, strong and has a high resistance to shock. Hard maple is a highly workable wood and is ideal for furniture, cabinets, interior decorations including moldings and panelling. It is also used extensively in the manufacture of musical instrument components as well as solid and engineered flooring.

  • Chêne blanc

    White Oak

    White oak (Quercus alba) is hard and dense with heartwood color ranging from light to medium tan. It is favored by producers of fine furniture, cabinets, windows and doors, architectural millwork, flooring and caskets. It also has a unique quality of being water resistant which is required by manufacturers of whiskey and wine barrels.

  • Chêne rouge

    Red Oak

    North American red oak (Quercus rubrum) is an open grained wood with a uniform light red color. This wood is hard and solid with exceptional working properties. Red Oak is very versatile and used in a wide range of products such as flooring furniture, architectural millwork, cabinets, doors, moldings and stair components.

  • Noyer

    Black Walnut

    Black walnut (Juglans nigra) has a unique color that ranges from a light brown to a rich dark brown. With exceptional machining and finishing properties, black walnut is a highly prized hardwood for the manufacture of fine furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork, flooring and doors.

  • Merisier

    Yellow Birch

    Yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) is a closed, even grained wood with similar characteristic to that of hard maple. The sapwood has a uniform color as well as appearance, ranging from creamy white to pale yellow. This specie has both excellent working and staining properties. Yellow birch is used primarily in the manufacture of flooring, cabinets, doors, moldings and stair components.

  • Plaine

    Soft Maple

    Soft maple (Acer rubrum), also known as red maple, has a grain pattern similar to that of hard maple. Slightly softer and less dense than hard maple, soft maple machines and finishes extremely well. Some of the products manufactured using soft maple include architectural millwork, furniture, cabinets and caskets.

  • Cerisier

    Cherry

    Cherry (Prunus cerotina) is a highly prized wood with a rich red color that evokes a feeling of luxury and elegance; becoming darker and richer with age. Its exceptional working and finishing properties make it an excellent choice for fine furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork, flooring and caskets.

  • Tilleul

    BassWood

    Basswood (Tilia americana) is one of the lighter and softer hardwoods of North America. The sapwood has a uniform creamy white color with a tight porous grain. Soft and stable, basswood is an excellent choice for the manufacture of venetian blinds, musical instruments, picture frames, moldings, carvings and woodenware.

  • Tremble

    Aspen

    Aspen (Populus tremuloides) is a light colored, porous wood with similar characteristics to basswood. Fine grained and uniform in texture, aspen lacks a distinct grain pattern. It machines easily but blades must be sharp to obtain a smooth surface. Aspen is used predominantly in manufacture of furniture parts (drawer sides and sauna laths) snow board cores, picture frames, moldings and woodenware.

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PELADEAU LUMBER INC.

137 BELLEROSE BLVD WEST
LAVAL, QC,
H7K 3B5
450.667.6950 INFO@PELADEAULUMBER.COM

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PELADEAU LUMBER INC.

137 BELLEROSE BLVD WEST
LAVAL, QC,
H7K 3B5
450.667.6950 INFO@PELADEAULUMBER.COM