Product Information:

  • Thicknesses: 4/4 through 16/4
  • Custom green timbers up to 12' X 12' X 18'

Custom needs:

  • Quarter Sawn
  • Rift Sawn
  • Veneer Slicers

Local custom orders available in less than truck load quantities. These orders are limited to hard and soft maple, cherry and red oak. Rough boards, S4S, S/L rip, moldings and flooring.

Our people understand how important quality is because we are lumber people. We understand the importance of timely shipping because we are salesmen. We look forward to understanding your business so that we can better serve you.

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Red Oak (Quercus spp)

Widespread throughout Eastern U.S. The oaks are by far the most abundant species group growing in the Eastern harwood forest.

Main Uses: Furniture, flooring, architectural millwork and mouldings, doors, kitchen cabinets, paneling and caskets.

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White Oak (Quercus spp)

Widespread throughout Eastern U.S. The white oak group comprises many species, of which about eight are commercial.

Main Uses: Furniture, flooring, architectural millwork and mouldings, doors, kitchen cabinets, paneling, barrel staves (tight cooperage) and caskets.

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Hard Maple (Acer saccharum)

Maple has been a favorite of American furniture makers since early Colonial days. Hard Maple is the standard wood for cutting boards because it imparts no taste to food and holds up well.

Main Uses: Flooring, furniture, paneling, ballroom and gymnasium floors, kitchen cabinets, worktops, table tops, butchers blocks, toys, kitchenware and millwork; stairs, handrails, mouldings, and doors.

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Soft Maple (Acer rubrum)

Soft Maple growns throughout Eastern US., and to a lesser extent on the West Coast.

Main Uses: Furniture, paneling and millwork, kitchen cabinets, mouldings, doors, musical instruments, and turnings. Soft maple is often used as a substitute for hard maple or stained to resemble other species such as cherry. Its physical and working properties also make it a possible subsitute for beech.

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Ash (Fraxinus americana spp.)

Ash grows throughout the Eastern U.S. and belongs to the olive family. Ash is a popular species for food containers because the wood has no taste.

Main Uses: Furniture, flooring, doors, architectural millwork and moulding, kitchen cabinets, paneling, tool handles, baseball bats, hockey sticks, skis, oars and turnings.

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Cherry (Prunus serotina)

Cherry grows throughout Midwestern and Eastern U.S. Main commercial areas: Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and New York.

Main Uses: Fine furniture and cabinet making, mouldings and millwork, kitchen cabinets, paneling, flooring, doors, boat interiors, musical instruments, turnings and carvings.

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Basswood (Tilia americana)

Basswood grows principally in the Northern and Lake states.

Main Uses: Carvings, turnings, furniture, pattern-making, mouldings, millwork and musical instruments. An important specialized use is Venetian blinds and shutters.

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Beech (Fagus grandiflia)

Beech grows throughout the Eastern U.S., commercial concentration is in the Central and Middle Atlantic states.

Main Uses: Furniture, doors, flooring, millwork, paneling, brush handles, woodenware, bending stock, toys and turnings. It is particularly suitable for food and liquid containers since there is no odor or taste.

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Yellow Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)

Yellow poplar trees grow taller than any other U.S. hardwood species. It grows widespread throughout Eastern U.S.

Main Uses: Light construction, furniture, kitchen cabinets, doors, musical instruments, exterior trim and siding, paneling, mouldings and millwork, edge-glued panels, turnings and carvings.

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Yellow Birch (Betula alleghaniensis)

From sap to bark, birch trees are used to make everything from beer to toothpicks. It grows in Eastern U.S., principally Northern and Lake states

Main Uses: Furniture, millwork and paneling, doors, flooring, kitchen cabinets, turnings and toys.

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Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)

Walnut grows throughout Eastern U.S., but principal commercial region is the Central states.

Main Uses: Furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork, doors, flooring, paneling, and gun stocks. A favored wood for using in contrast with ligher-colored species.

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Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis)

Growing throughout the Eastern U.S., sycamore has a peeling outer bark and a smooth, mottled cream, tan and green inner bark resembling camouflage.

Main Uses: Furniture, furniture parts (drawer sides), millwork, paneling and mouldings, flooring, kitcheware, butchers blocks, toys and fruit crates.

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Red Elm (Ulmus Rubra)

Elm grows throughout the Eastern to Midwest U.S.

Main Uses: Furniture, cabinet making, flooring, millwork, paneling and caskets.

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Eastern Aromatic Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana)

Eastern Red Cedar trees are widely distributed throughout the eastern half of the United States.

Main Uses: Fence posts, closet and chest linings, carvings, outdoor furniture, pencils, bows, and small wooden specialty items

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