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Hardwood Lumber

Come browse our hardwood supply! Aside from our local softwoods, we offer over 20 different species of hardwoods. We have one of the largest and most varied hardwood inventories for miles around! From Ash to Zebrawood, there is sure to be something special for your wood project.

Here are some of the hardwood species in our inventory:

  • African Mahogany
  • Alder
  • Ash
  • Aspen
  • Basswood
  • Beech
  • Birch
  • Bubinga
  • Cherry
  • Hickory (Pecan)
  • Lacewood
  • Maple
  • Oak (Red & White)
  • Padauk
  • Poplar
  • Purple Heart
  • Sapele
  • Walnut (Black)
  • Wenge
  • Zebrawood
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Canoes / Boats

Have a boat project you are ready to start on? Or maybe just dreaming of a cedar strip canoe? Wooden boats are a rewarding project, we can help you make that dream a reality. Give us a call, and let us help you begin! We have been providing long clear cedar for strip canoes for years already, and long clear larch is used for yacht building.


Live Edge Slabs and Mantels

We keep a rotating stock of pine Live Edge Slabs and fir/larch Mantels. The slabs start at 1 1/2″ and go up to 5″ thick. The mantels can be up to 10″ thick. With the 1 1/2″ and 2″ slabs there may be some twisting that happens through the drying process but everything thicker than 3″ has been resawn to a flat surface.

Exterior Siding

We offer a variety of siding profiles, as well as cutting to your specific need. Shiplap, Channel, Cove, T&G, board and batten, lap siding and more, can all be run for you out of our different species of lumber. 10″ board and 3″ battons have been a popular selling barn siding out of cedar, while we also offer a low cost 8″ board and 4″ batton out of Douglas Fir/Larch for barns. There is many an old barn that can testify to the years that douglas fir and larch lumber will last with no treatment. In fact, we can help you concoct a solution that will imitate the aged look within minutes! Just make an order, and we will give you the recipe. But for those of you who want a more up-to-date look, of course we recommend using a qualified stain. UV guard, by Weatherall Northwest is our personal favorite. We keep fascia and trim in stock in 1×4 through 1×10 in Cedar and Douglas Fir/Larch. Our S1S2E (surfaced one side and two edges) has a band sawn texture. We surface our lumber first, then run it under a band saw to get a fresh sawn texture.