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We have white oak FAS, walnut FAS and raintree available in our lumber department. Our lumber is offered in the rough which allows for more flexibility in terms of customization and final dimensions. We provide a planing service, for customers who may prefer their lumber to be planed to a smooth and consistent thickness. This ensures a high-quality finish for your projects.
The FAS (First and Seconds) grade is renowned for its high quality and is particularly well-suited for a variety of woodworking projects. With FAS grade lumber, you can expect long and clear cuttings, meaning fewer knots, defects, and blemishes on the wood surface. This makes it an excellent choice for crafting fine furniture, interior joinery (such as doors, paneling, and cabinetry), as well as solid wood moldings. The consistent quality and appearance of FAS grade lumber lend themselves well to achieving a polished and refined end result.
We offer a selection of sustainable and eco-friendly reclaimed wood options to help you reduce your impact on the environment. The diverse range of materials available including cuts, small slabs, stumps, round tree cuts, mantles, and beams adds to the variety and creative possibilities for woodworking projects. The availability of reclaimed wood can vary over time due to their nature. However we make efforts to keep our inventory updated and source new materials regularly.
These Raintree slabs from Fiji are typically sized between 30-60 inches wide and 8-14 feet long, providing ample material for a range of furniture and woodworking applications. Additionally, the slabs are kiln-dried in the US to a standard moisture content of 8%, ensuring their stability and readiness for use.
With their sustainability and unique tropical hardwood characteristics, Raintree slabs from Fiji offer a distinctive and environmentally responsible choice for those looking to incorporate these beautiful materials into their woodworking projects.
Sweet Gum wood offers a rustic and character-filled appearance. The slabs can display a range of colors, including light brown with oranges and white, as well as various shades of brown. The wood's distinctive grain adds to its visual appeal, allowing for stunning finishes on kitchen tables and other projects.
If you're interested in creating joined pieces or bookmatched designs, there are often plenty of bookends available from the same sweet gum logs. This allows for consistent grain patterns and complementary designs in larger projects. Sweet Gum slabs can bring a charming rustic aesthetic to woodworking endeavors and contribute to unique and eye-catching finished pieces.
Maple slabs, especially the super big ones not under 40" wide, can make a great choice for woodworking projects. Maple wood is naturally white in color, often with some brown hues, and it typically exhibits high figure and unique grain patterns. Some maple slabs may also display spalting, which adds an extra touch of visual interest, particularly on the sap edge.
The large size and distinct characteristics of these maple slabs provide an excellent opportunity for creating eye-catching and one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Whether it's a dining table, desk, or other custom woodworking project, maple slabs offer a beautiful canvas for showcasing the natural beauty of the wood.
Pecan wood is a unique and remarkable hardwood. It is known for its incredible density and rustic character. Pecan wood closely resembles hickory in appearance but often has more figure, adding to its visual appeal. The wood's density contributes to its strength and durability, making it suitable for various woodworking applications.
We offer both spalted and regular pecan wood. Spalted pecan refers to wood that has undergone a natural process where certain fungi create intricate and visually appealing patterns within the wood. This adds an extra level of interest and uniqueness to the pecan slabs.
Red Elm, also known as American Elm, is a hardwood species that offers distinct qualities and characteristics. Typically, Red Elm exhibits a light brown color with a white sap edge, creating a pleasing color contrast. The wood often showcases a beautiful figure, which refers to the unique patterns and textures in the grain.
Additionally, Red Elm may have knots, which further contribute to its natural charm and character. These knots can add visual interest and enhance the rustic appeal of the wood. Overall, Red Elm is known for its calming and inviting appearance, combining a light color palette with high character and unique grain patterns.
Eastern Black Walnut is a highly prized wood species known for its beautiful color and rich character. The wood is typically dark brown in color, often with attractive grain patterns and occasional streaks of lighter sapwood. It is a popular choice for high-end furniture, cabinetry, and other woodworking projects.
Our Eastern Black Walnut is dried using a state-of-the-art vacuum kiln. This drying method helps ensure that the wood retains its natural color and character while achieving the desired moisture content for stability and workability.
Sycamore wood is known for its longevity and hardiness, which makes it a suitable choice for crafting durable tables that can last a lifetime. It has a close texture and often exhibits interlocking grain patterns, adding to its visual appeal.
In terms of its physical properties, sycamore wood is moderately heavy and moderately hard. It possesses moderate strength, stiffness, and shock resistance, making it capable of withstanding various everyday uses and impacts.
One characteristic of sycamore wood is that it lacks distinctive growth rings, which can give it a more uniform appearance compared to other wood species that have more pronounced growth ring patterns. Despite being a relatively softwood, sycamore's other qualities, such as its durability and attractive grain, contribute to its popularity for creating beautiful and long-lasting tables.
The sapwood of red oak is typically white to light brown, while the heartwood tends to have a pinkish-reddish brown color. Red oak shares a general appearance with white oak, although it has slightly smaller rays, resulting in a slightly less pronounced figure.
Red oak is known for its straight grain and coarse texture, which adds to its distinctive look. One of the reasons for its popularity is its combination of toughness and workability. It is tough enough to withstand wear and tear, but not so hard that it becomes difficult to saw, sand, or nail. This workability factor has contributed to red oak being one of the most widely used hardwoods in various woodworking applications.
Beech wood typically has a pale cream color, although it can have reddish-brown tones as well. Its grain is straight with a fine, even texture. It has a high density, average strength, and hardness. Beech wood is known for being readily available and easy to work with.
Spalted beech wood is highly valued for its aesthetic appeal, as the spalting patterns can range from delicate lines and streaks to more elaborate and artistic designs. It is often sought after for various woodworking projects due to its distinctive appearance.
Chestnut wood has a coarse ring porous grain pattern, similar to woods like oak and ash. The sapwood, which is the outer layer of the wood, is narrow and light brown in color. The heartwood, found in the inner part of the tree, is grayish brown to brown, and it tends to darken with age.
Chestnut wood is known for several desirable qualities. It is lightweight, soft, and easy to split, making it convenient to work with. Additionally, it is resistant to decay, which is why it was extensively used for long-lasting applications.
Hickory wood is an open-grained hardwood that is often utilized in rustic applications. Its grain can vary from blond or cream to a vibrant reddish-brown color with streaks of purple.
Hickory wood is known for its exceptional qualities. It is hard, stiff, dense, and resistant to shock. While there may be woods that are stronger or harder individually, the unique combination of strength, toughness, hardness, and stiffness found in hickory wood is not commonly found in other commercially available woods. This makes hickory a desirable choice for various applications.
Ash is known for its strength, density, and lighter color compared to oak. It has a smooth texture that feels pleasant to the touch. Ash wood is often preferred in woodworking projects because it takes gluing, stains, and polishes well, allowing for a variety of finishing options.
While Ash wood is generally lighter in color, ranging from nearly white to grayish or light brown, with pale yellow streaks that may be mixed with brown. The grain pattern can vary from straight and coarse to exhibiting a highly pronounced cathedral pattern, which adds to its visual interest.