Yew Wood Advantages And Disadvantages: Pros And Cons



General Overview

The Yew wood is one of the types of the softwood and is commonly known as the European yew and is scientifically called as the Taxus Tree. The Yew Tree is the slow-growing tree and will live for a longer time. The Taxus tree is also known as the poisonous plant as the leaves of this plant contains the taxines that can be harmful to humans and the animals as well. The Yew wood is hard and durable and that is why it is used in crafting the furnishing items for the residential as well as for the commercial areas. Europe and Southwest Asia are the prime distributors of the Yew Wood throughout the world.

Advantages and the Disadvantages of the Yew Wood

Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of using Yew Wood:

Advantages/pros

  1. Hard And Flexible: It is extremely hard and highly elastic wood than the rest of other solid hardwoods.
  2. Appearance: The Yew Wood is usually available in the orangish-brown colour and even the leaves of this tree are extremely dark. The wood grain of the Yew Wood Wood is naturally straight and this wood is also having the uniform texture that makes them look even more attractive.
  3. Durability: This type of wood is very durable and can withstand against any type of normal wear and tear.
  4. Easy To Finish: Yew Wood can be finished easily and the Yew Wood is having the smooth surface that is why it can be coated with the paint easily
  5. Rot Resistance: The Yew wood is having the tendency to defend the insect attacks and that is why it can be used in the humid areas of the homes.

Disadvantages/Cons

  1. Affects The Finishes: It contains the high amount of the oil and that can affect the wood finish accordingly.
  2. Toxicity: The Yew wood is reported to be the irritant wood as this can cause the skin, eye allergies and the respiratory problems as well.
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