SHEESHAM WOOD BEDS

FAQ's

Sheesham wood is one of the most popular and preferred choice of wood for beds. Apart from its exceptional texture and durability, the wood is also highly resistant to dry-wood termites and warping.

Teak wood and sheesham wood both quite durable and are great for beds. However, sheesham wood is better as it is more budget friendly in comparison.

Yes, it is. Sheesham wood is known for its strength and durability. In addition, it is highly resistant to dry-wood termites, natural decay and warp or slip.

Categorisized as solid wod, sheesham wood is a good choice for beds because it is extremely durable and resistant to natural deterioration. It can provide a study surface for your mattress, helping your spine to stay correctly aligned as you sleep.

Durable hardwoods like sheesham, teak, maple, mahogany, oak, and walnut are generally considered the best types of wood for a bed.

Sheesham wood stands out for its strength and durbability and it does not warp or crack easily. It is also an extremely resilient wood that offers resistance against dry-wood termites.

In comparison to other solid woods, sheesham is an affordable choice of wood. It is also extremely durable and resistant to natural deterioration.

Sheesham wood is known for its strength, durability and resistance against mites. With proper care and precaution it can last a lifetime.

Sheesham wood is exceptionally resistant to termites and also to natural deterioration. Due to its hard texture, it does not warp, making it the ideal choice for wooden furniture.

Generally, teak wood is considered to be more durable than sheesham wood because it resists water and has a denser structure.

The best way to identify the sheesham wood is by its dark veins and the distinct shades of reddish brown.