Our Poplar Lumber for sale is a Domestic Hardwood species that is rarely ever used for its appearance or beauty. In most cases Poplar Wood Lumber is used as a utility hardwood. Pallets, furniture frames, and plywood are just a few applications Poplar Wood Lumber is used for. Poplar Wood lumber is also a good paint grade hardwood also used for moulding and trim. Although Poplar Wood is considered to be a hardwood, it is actually softer than pine. Poplar Heartwood is light cream to yellowish brown in color with streaks of gray and/or green. Poplar Wood grain is typically straight and uniform with a medium texture and low luster. Poplar Wood Lumber is a lower grade material with minimal durability and resistance to attack from insects. Due to the low density and softness, Poplar Wood is easy to work but can often times have a fuzzy finish once machined.
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Available Poplar Lumber For Sale – Prices Starting at $3.15/Board Foot
|Length (In Feet)||Widths (In Inches)||Thickness (By 1/4″)||In Stock?|
|6′||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|7’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|8’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|9’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|10’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|12’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||YES|
|14’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||CONTACT US|
|16’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||CONTACT US|
|18’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||CONTACT US|
|20’||4” – 12”||4/4 – 5/4 – 6/4 – 8/4 – 10/4||CONTACT US|
Stock Info of Our Poplar Lumber For Sale:
- First and Second Quality – No Select
- Plain Sawn (Run of the Mill Lumber)
- No Sapwood
- Some Pin Knots
- No Pithing (Rough Sawn Material Only)
- Yellowish Brown Color – Staight Grain
- Kiln Dried to 8% Moisture Content
Rough Sawn Poplar Wood For Sale:
Our Rough Sawn Poplar Wood Lumber is readily available for shipment within 24 hours of placing your order depending on our workload. The surfacing, edging, and finishing is completed by the customer or woodworker. The material has not been machined in anyway aside from being ripped on the band saw. The cost of this material is less than S4S, or Finish Ready Poplar Wood Lumber.
S4S Poplar Wood For Sale:
Our S4S Poplar Wood takes a little more time to process. All of the Poplar Wood board(s) will be surfaced on both sides/faces to a smooth finish. Both edges are surfaced and straightened as well. Light sanding on surfaced sides/faces will be required by the customer or woodworker.
Finish Ready Poplar Lumber For Sale:
No prepping required! The Poplar board(s) will be surfaced on both sides/faces. Edges have been surfaced and straightened. Once this step is completed we will sand left over imperfections of the Poplar Wood board(s) with 180 grit sand paper. No further sanding is required unless desired by the customer or wood worker. Shown above is a custom Poplar wood butcher block counter.
Species Information of Our Poplar Lumber For Sale:
- OTHER NAMES: Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar
- ORIGIN: Eastern United States
- APPEARANCE: Heartwood is light cream to yellowish brown, with occasional streaks of gray or green. Sapwood is pale yellow to white. DENSITY: Janka scale hardness is 540 lb for dry material
- WEIGHT: Poplar weighs approximately 2.4lbs per board foot.
- DRYING: Poplar Wood dries easily with minimum degrade.
- WORKABILITY: Poplar Wood is very easy to work. Softness may cause a hinderence.
- DURABILITY: Heartwood is rated as being non-durable and is susceptible to insect attack.
- PRESERVATION: The heartwood is difficult to treat with preservatives. The sapwood is permeable.
- FINISHING: Due to its low density, Poplar can sometimes leave fuzzy surfaces and edges: especially during shaping or sanding. Sanding to finer grits of sandpaper is highly recommended in order to obtain a smooth surface.
Note: The image(s) listed on this page are to demonstrate color and grain variation of the type of wood being described. The image is not intended as swatch to choose from. Wood is natural and ranges in color and grain pattern from tree to tree. Each individual board will have its own unique characteristics.