Our Bloodwood is sourced from South America and is commonly used in Millwork products such as trim, inlays,  furniture, musical instruments, and turned objects. It is very durable and has good insect and borer resistance. Bloodwood’s heartwood can be a vivid red, darkening over time to a darker brownish red with exposure to light.

Availability

  • Select & Better
  • Mixed Grain
  • 4/4 Thickness

Characteristics

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Sales Team

Jess Fulcher Millwork Outside Sales

Jess

Millwork Outside Sales

Phone: 214-563-3920

Jess is originally from Dallas, Texas and has been working in the lumber industry for 41 years. Throughout his career, Jess has lived in Bolivia and spent much time traveling throughout South America.

Bob Williams Millwork Outside Sales

Bob

Millwork Outside Sales

Phone: 620-663-1155

Born in Missouri, Bob has lived in Kansas for the last 52 years. Bob has been working in the lumber industry since 1976 and even sold lumber to the Prime Minister of Japan for his own personal aircraft.