It is known that different tree species have different characteristics:
- hardness;
- strength;
- the density of the material;
- resistance to various kinds of loads;
- wear resistance;
- resistance to moisture.

All these parameters need to pay attention in order to choose the best material for the type of furniture that you plan to construct.

Depending on the characteristics of the material the furniture is divided into classes:
- budget,
- medium,
- the elite.

Budget furniture

Within the class, are models of furniture from softwood: pine, poplar, spruce, aspen, willow, chestnut, lime. All of these woods afraid of moisture and under the influence of crack and crack. Also this furniture is not recommended to give, as there are no opportunities for regular heating of the premises in the autumn-winter period of time.

The furniture is made of alder also refers to the budget, but unlike the others it is perfectly resistant to temperature changes and excessive moisture, so this wood is often used for the manufacture of gazebos, outdoor tables, chairs for the garden.

The furniture of the middle class

The middle class accounts for furniture made of birch, oak, ash, elm, elm, Apple, maple, beech, larch. The furniture is made of wood medium may be appropriate for your home and garden. This furniture is more dense in texture, it better carries the load and is resistant to moisture. Especially recommended in high humidity areas to put furniture made of larch, because that wood is not just not afraid of liquids, but even becomes stronger from them.

Oak is loved by joiners, however, you need to understand that products made from it are very heavy, and therefore, for example, chairs and tables to make it does not make sense.

Elite furniture

Elite furniture is made from white acacia, boxwood, iron birch, yew, dogwood, walnut. The wood of these species tekturna amazing and beautiful, has, as a rule, unique patterns, more than the other lends itself to decoration, decorative, aging, etc.

Coniferous tree species deserves special attention, because they are deemed not suitable for carpentry work because they have the ability to secrete resin even after being well dried. This approach to the assessment of the wood is reasonable, with the masters still doing work out of pine, larch and even oil.