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We do our best to be a customer-focused company. Our goal is to always provide personalized service, even while leveraging advances in technology to better…
Thursday, 05 May 2016 18:36

Hardwood Lumber for Wide Plank Flooring

Wide plank flooring has been popular for many years.  As a matter of fact, wide plank flooring is how homes were built years and years…
It’s a paradox many companies face, both within the hardwood lumber industry and outside of it. According to everything we hear, plenty of individuals are…
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 15:53

Figured Lumber

Figured? What’s figured lumber? Figured is a term used to describe lumber that has a special unique or unusual appearance. It is usually present because…
Friday, 22 April 2016 14:33

Hardwood Lumber 101 - Why Board Feet?

 When the hardwood lumber measurement standard was established by the National Hardwood Lumber Association, (NHLA), they based in on board feet. But why?
Tuesday, 19 April 2016 18:03

Do We Always Need 9’ and Longer Walnut?

Walnut is one of the most expensive North American hardwood lumber species in the market.  Because of this, hardwood lumber buyers are very sensitive to…
If you deal in the hardwood lumber industry you are surely familiar with the seemingly constant changes in supply and demand.  If you are a…
Friday, 08 April 2016 19:03

Hardwoods for Truck Flooring

North American hardwoods have been used for truck flooring for decades.  Whether it be for the base of a flatbed truck, shipping containers, lowboy trucks…
Wednesday, 06 April 2016 15:12

The Importance of a Strong Company Culture

At Baillie, we believe our company culture is defined by trying to serve as a resource for our customers. This includes not only providing quality…
Hard maple is one of the most popular hardwood lumber species in the industry.  With a vast growing region that spans from Minnesota to Maine…



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