FSC Certified Hardwood Millwork and Mouldings

FSC Certified Hardwood Millwork and Mouldings

Our FSC Certified Hardwood Millwork and Mouldings are a great way to finish a beautiful space so that it is truly one of a kind. You can make your home a long last and sustainable beautiful space. From stairways and ceiling rafters to base shoe mouldings, East Teak has the in-house capabilities to mill and deliver your custom woodworking needs.

FSC Certified Hardwood Millwork and Mouldings we offer:

  • FSC 100% Sapele Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Eucalyptus grandis Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Jatoba Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% African Mahogany Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Oak Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Maple Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Poplar Millwork and Moulding
  • FSC 100% Cherry Millwork and Moulding

Our in-house millwork facility features:

  • State-of-the-art German machinery
  • Dedicated, experienced personnel who offer unmatched expertise, from the quote through delivery
  • Knowledgable staff that can help you make your Millwork and Moulding choices.
  • We can also match historical or custom items for you.

Species Availability

FSC 100% Sapele
Sapele lumber is used in the construction of fine furniture and cabinetwork, decorative veneers, plywood, joinery, flooring and paneling. Sapele (sometimes spelled Sapelle or Sapelli) is quite popular for flooring, and stock with a “ribbon” grain is typically pulled at a premium for decorative finishes.
FSC 100% Eucalyptus grandis
Eucalyptus grandis is native to the east coast of Australia. Its common name is rose gum or flooded gum (a misnomer). Eucalyptus grandis timber is used for general construction, joinery, plywood, paneling, boat building, flooring, utility poles, mine timbers, and posts.
FSC 100% Jatoba
Jatoba is best known as “Brazilian Cherry”  in the hardwood flooring industry. Other uses include handles and other applications where good shock resistance is needed, steam-bent parts, flooring, turnery, furniture and cabinet work, railroad crossties tree-nails, gear cogs, wheel rims, and other specialty items.
FSC 100% African Mahogany
African Mahogany lumber, or Khaya as it is also known for its scientific name Khaya ivorensis, is popular for use in flooring, furniture and cabinetwork, joinery, shop fixtures, boat building, plywood, interior trim and decorative veneers.  African Mahogany is considered a valid alternative substitute to Genuine (Honduran) Mahogany.
FSC 100% Oak
Oak is strong, beautiful, rot-resistant, easy-to-work, and economical, representing an exceptional value to woodworkers. It’s no wonder that the wood is so widely used in cabinet and furniture making. It is commonly used in  Cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, flooring, boatbuilding, barrels, and veneer.
FSC 100% Maple
In tree form, Hard Maple is usually referred to as Sugar Maple, and is the tree most often tapped for maple syrup. Hard Maple ought to be considered the king of the Acer genus. Its wood is stronger, stiffer, harder, and denser than all of the other species of Maple commercially available in lumber form. Commonly used for Flooring (from basketball courts and dance-floors to bowling alleys and residential), veneer, musical instruments, cutting boards, butcher blocks, workbenches, baseball bats, and other turned objects and specialty wood items.
FSC 100% Poplar
Poplar is a hardwood species commonly used for pallets, crates, upholstered furniture frames, and plywood. Poplar veneer is also used for a variety of applications: either dyed in various colors, or on hidden undersides of veneered panels to counteract the pull of the glue on an exposed side that has been veneered with another, more decorative wood species.
FSC 100% Cherry
Cherry is a hardwood species commonly used for cabinetry, fine furniture, flooring, interior millwork, veneer, turned objects, and small specialty wood items. Cherry develops a rich reddish-brown patina as it ages that’s frequently imitated with wood stains on other hardwoods such as Yellow Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera). This aging process can be accelerated by exposing the wood (in a judicious manner) to direct sunlight.