Birch wood in most cases has a yellowish-white shade, in some cases reddish, it depends on the area in which the sprouted wood.
It has no core, and annual layers are poorly noticeable.
Durable material, however, is easily rotten, from which its use is limited in construction, but in turn, because of its easy workability, it is well used in carved crafts of toys, etc.
Birch is well used in the furniture and plywood industry.
Its large and long-term heat transfer during combustion, birch has established itself as the most reliable source for firewood.