Ash is a coarse grained hardwood famous for its durability and strength. Formerly used as a substitute for Red Oak and White Oak, Ash today is sought-after for its own unique beauty and versatility. Pennsylvania Ash features a tan to light-brown heartwood, in contrast with the dark heartwood typical of most other growing regions. Ash is also an ideal hardwood for our chemical-free Thermal Modification, a high-temperature process to increase stability and weather resistance in outdoor applications.

Technical Properties

  • Latin name: Fraxinus americana
  • 3.49 lbs per boardfoot KD  (673 kgs/m3)
  • Kiln Dried to 6-8% Moisture Content

Application Guide

BING Ash Products

  • Logs
  • Lumber - special color selection available
  • Strips
  • Scantlings
  • Glulams for residential and commercial windows
  • Thermal Modification for Decking, Siding, Flooring

Main Uses for Ash Lumber

  • Furniture
  • Doors
  • Architectural millwork and moulding
  • Kitchen cabinets
  • Paneling
  • Flooring
  • Turnings
  • Thermally Modified Decking, Flooring, Siding