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It has been said that American hardwood lumber offers manufacturers numerous options when it comes to materials that can impact design.  The amount of species…
The various requests we get asking to package hardwood lumber in different ways is always an interesting thing to analyze. Over time, manufacturers that utilize…
The hardwood lumber industry is often thought of as an tenured, traditional, conservative industry built on long term relationships and trust with very few new…
Ripping hardwood lumber is typically one of the first actions in the conversion process of taking traditional random width hardwood lumber and making it usable…
Everyone have heard of mahogany lumber, mostly from the old days when it was all Swietenia from South America. The true Swietenia is still available,…
For decades craftsmen have considered using North American white ash as a substitute for Appalachian red oak.  But why?  In general ash (Fraxinus Americana) and…
We all know hardwood lumber is typically sold in random widths and lengths.  However, If you are not still buying your hardwoods in random widths…
We are often asked why is Poplar in eight foot only lengths so hard to find?  We get this question often from moulding and millwork…

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