Mountain maple and curly maple are precious woods. Curly maple wood is reddish in color as opposed to mountain maple wood’s white to yellowish hue. The annual rings are clearly visible, and sometimes there may be marrow rays and irregular pores between them. Although maple is simple to split, as it dries, it tends to turn discolored. The logs must be rapidly cut and stored upright after being felled. One of the medium weight wood varieties is maple, which has an average density of roughly 650 kg/m3. It is hard and resistant but at the same time elastic. Maple is kept for a very long time in good conditions, for example indoors.