Visit our new and improved Manchester web site
How to Apply
Funeral Home Locator
Mostly used in the manufacturing of Orthodox caskets, no other species has had as much on impact on the development of the Canadian forestry industry as much as white pine. Today it has become rarer, and thus more desirable, making it the most valuable of Canadian conifers.
Generally pale, light and not very strong, it dries without warping or splitting and is fairly easy to work with.
An example of solemnity.
pine caskets offer simple lines and can be treated in various ways to enhance the warm and natural appearance that is typical of pine.
A product manufactured with great attention to detail is hidden beneath its simplicity and has the
guaranty of superior quality.
White pine is used to make furniture, caskets, doors and windows, molding, and frames.
:: Legal Statement ::
The server is processing your request.