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Softwoods come from cone-bearing plants, usually evergreen, that don`t shed their leaves annually.
Softwoods are flexible, lightweight, and have a uniform texture and straight grain. They are also less dense than most hardwoods.
Softwoods are less likely to shrink, warp, or split than hardwoods.
Softwood trees grow faster than hardwood trees, making them a renewable source.
Softwoods are easier to source than hardwoods, making them more budget friendly.
Softwoods are used in a wide range of applications, including construction framing, interior moldings, window manufacturing, and the production of plywood and fiberboard.
Examples of softwoods include pine, spruce, cedar, and fir.