Pine wood is widely used in high-value carpentry items such as furniture, window frames, panelling, floors, and roofing, and the resin of some species is an important source of turpentine.

Because pine wood has no insect- or decay-resistant qualities after logging, in its untreated state it is generally recommended for indoor construction purposes only

Avarage natural life span

500 years

CO2 offset period

First 15 years

Yearly CO2 offset

12 Kg

Total lifetime C02 offset

200 Kg

  • There are about 100 species of Pine trees.
  • Species are most commonly found in the Northern Hemisphere, with the exception of one.
  • Pine trees are considered evergreens because they keep their needles for approximately 2 years. When old needles falls, new needles quickly take their place.
  • Pine tree needles can range in length from 1 inch to 11 inches.
  • Both male and female pine trees produce woody cones. The female cones produce seeds, while the male cones produce the pollen.
  • Depending on species, pine trees can mature at 4 ft. tall all the way to 150 ft. tall.
  • Pine tree are known to live, on average, 100 years, in favorable conditions.