When you need the right lumber for your building project, 9 Brothers Building Supply has just what you’re looking for. We offer top lumber types and sizes and we provide the right options for masons and for other contractors. Even if you’re a DIYer working on a project at home, we have the right lumber for your needs.

Douglas Fir Lumber

A very popular type of lumber also called Columbian Pine or Oregon Pine, Douglas Fir lumber provides a very useful type of softwood lumber. It’s native to the western area of North American, but can also be found in South America, New Zealand, and Europe. The color can range from a darker red-brown to almost an orange color.

Douglas Fir lumber has a very good strength-to-weight ratio. It’s commonly used for many building projects. We carry a variety of options for your Douglas Fir lumber needs. We offer many of the most popular sizes with both two-inch and four-inch thicknesses.

Pine Lumber

We also offer pine lumber, which can be used for several types of building projects. Pine is a softer type of wood and is commonly used in projects, such as flooring and cabinetry. However, pine lumber can also be used for wide-plank wood floors, base molding, window, and door casing, and for many other types of projects.

Our pine lumber comes in a 2×3 size, which is eight feet long. When you need the right lumber for your swimming pool building project or another construction project, our pine lumber might be the right option for you.

Spruce Lumber

We offer firing strips and bricklayer planks made from spruce lumber. Our spruce lumber comes in a few different sizes and provides the perfect option for certain building projects.

Spruce has lightweight properties and offers a good choice for lighter construction projects. It’s commonly used in wet conditions since it can resist rot and remain in good condition for many years.

When you need lumber for a masonry project or another type of construction project, we have several options for you to choose from. Stop by one of our Long Island and NYC area locations today and let us help you choose the right lumber for your project.

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