Mason’s Mill & Lumber Co., Inc. stocks Houston’s largest and most diverse hardwood inventory. We stock over 1,000,000 BF of domestic and imported hardwoods and softwoods, in thickness ranging from 4/4 – 16/4. We stock only the highest grades available produced by the industry’s leading sawmills worldwide. Additionally, with our extensive contacts, we can generally obtain non-stocking and hard to get items in a relatively short time frame. 

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Accoya®
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Accoya® wood is the result of decades of research and development that has brought together a long-established, extensively proven wood modification technique and leading-edge patented technology – acetylation to create a high performance wood, ideal for outdoor use and challenging applications. Accoya® has properties that match or exceed those of the best tropical hardwoods and treated woods, yet is manufactured using wood from sustainable sources. Already the material of choice for a wide range of demanding outdoor applications, Accoya® wood can be used for virtually anything from windows to doors, decking to cladding, bridges to boats and even for applications that are presently only feasible with non-sustainable and man-made materials. Accoya® is the world’s leading high technology long life wood. LEARN MORE: http://www.accoya.com/
Pecky Cypress
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Pecky Cypress is actually a condition caused by a fungal attack that leaves long, narrow burrows or cavities in the wood. The fungus attacks mostly older cypress trees from the “canopy” or “umbrella” down. Once the tree is cut down, or harvested, the fungal attack stops, leaving the beautiful, unique pecky patterns Available in: 4/4 Thickness
Ponderosa Pine
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Also known as White Pine or Moulding Pine, Ponderosa Pine is technically classified as a yellow (hard) pine, it shares many characteristics with white (soft) pines, having a considerably lower density than the yellow pine species found in the eastern United States. Ponderosa Pine has a wide, whitish to pale yellow sapwood, with a darker heartwood that is deep yellow to reddish-brown or orange-brown and is much heavier than the sapwood. The grain is typically straight and even, and is often characterized by many knots. Typical uses include rustic furniture, window frames, doors, kitchen furniture, building, boxes, dowels, cabinets, and general woodworking. Available in: 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
Poplar
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Offered in a FAS and number 1 Common grade, Poplar is among the most economical and inexpensive of all domestic hardwoods., typically used for paint grade materials.The sapwood is creamy white and may be streaked, with the heartwood varying from pale yellowish brown to olive green. The green color in the heartwood will tend to darken on exposure to light and turn brown. The wood has a medium to fine texture and is straight-grained; has a comparatively uniform texture. Seldom used for its appearance, Poplar is a utility wood in nearly every sense. It’s used for pallets, crates, upholstered furniture frames, pulpwood, and plywood. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4, 12/4, 16/4 Thickness
Quartered White Oak
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Quartersawn is a term that refers to the visual characteristics of the face of each board, The lumber is quartersawn for the best grain rather than the highest grade. Our Quartered White Oak is a S&B grade out of the Appalachian mountains. Rift White Oak is a hard and heavy wood typically used for flooring, furniture, cabinet making, interior trim work, paneling, cooperage for wine and whiskey, shingles… etc Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
Red Oak
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Offered in a FAS grade, Red Oak, along with its brother White Oak, are commonly used domestic lumber species. Hard, strong, and moderately priced, Red Oak presents an exceptional value to woodworkers, typically used for Furniture, Cabinetmaking, interior trim work, boat building, domestic flooring, and vehicle construction… Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4, Thickness
Rift White Oak
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Rift cut is a term that refers to the visual characteristics of the face of each board, The lumber is sawn for the best grain rather than the highest grade. Our Rift White Oak is a S&B grade out of the Appalachian mountains. Rift White Oak is a hard and heavy wood typically used for furniture, cabinet making, interior trim work, paneling flooring, cooperage for wine and whiskey, shingles… etc Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
Sipo Mahogany
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Our Sipo Mahogany is an FEQ grade hardwood out of Africa, not to be confused with Khaya, the “African Mahogany” which notoriously has stability problems and lack of color uniformity. Sipo resembles very closely Honduras Mahogany in color and appearance and a large percentage of boards will have pattern or straight grain. It is slightly denser than Honduras Mahogany, machines well and has little to no movement in service. It is extremely durable and used for the same applications as Honduras Mahogany, including marine applications. Sipo is commonly used for Furniture, cabinetry, turned objects, veneers, musical instruments, boat-building, and carving. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4, 12/4, 16/4 Thickness
Soft Maple
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We stock both a FAS grade and S&B grade in Soft Maple. Coming out of Pennsylvania, it is commonly referred to as Silver Maple, Red Maple, and Box Elder. The sapwood in the soft maples is considerably wider than that in the hard maples and has a lighter heartwood color. Stains well and may be polished to an excellent finsh, typical uses for soft maple include: domestic flooring, furniture, millwork, piano parts, sports goods etc… Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4, 12/4 Thickness
Spanish Cedar
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Despite its name, Spanish Cedar is not only a hardwood (and therefore not a Cedar at all), but it is also not Spanish. Spanish Cedar actually comes from the Meliaceae family, along with Mahogany; Spanish Cedar is similar to Genuine Mahogany in its beautiful coloration, attractive grain pattern, and great workability. The wood’s grain is usually quite straight and works well with both hand and power tools.Spanish Cedar is also known as Cigar-box Cedar, as this was one of its traditional uses. The wood’s natural aroma repels insects, and the high resin count makes it very weather and rot resistant. Due to its low density, the lumber is quite lightweight, which makes this wood highly sought after as a high quality exterior grade species Available In: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, & 10/4
Superior Alder
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Also known as Select Alder or Clear Alder, Superior Alder is a high-grade hardwood that a produces a clearer stock than its close relative Knotty Alder. Alder, part of the birch family, is a softer hardwood from the Pacific Northwest. Consistent color, stability, and uniform acceptance of stains and finishes are some of the characteristics that have made Western Alder a preferred wood for furniture. Its elasticity makes it ideal for carving intricate details. Ranking second only to oak as the most commonly used wood, alder offers the look of many fine hardwoods at a value price. Available In: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, & 10/4 Thickness
Teak
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Our Teak is a true Burmese FEQ Grade that has exceptional stability and workability earning Teak a legendary reputation in applications such as boat building, indoor and outdoor decking, outdoor furniture, and decorative trim, while its dark complexion and exquisite wood grain have made it a favorite among interior designers. *Ask about our S2S Plantation Teak * Available in: 4/4, 8/4 Thickness
Walnut
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Offered in FAS grade, Our Prime Walnut, also known as “Black American Walnut”, comes out of Indiana. Walnut is a beautiful, tough, hard timber with a medium density. Walnut is the standard timber for rifle butts and gun stocks. It is extensively used for high-quality furniture, cabinet making and interior trim, boat building, musical instruments, clock cases… etc. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
White Hard Maple
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Our White Hard Maple is a FAS grade hardwood that comes out of Pennsylvania, often referred to as “Rock Maple” and “Sugar Maple” White Hard Maple is a uniform pale reddish-brown or light tan, the sapwood white with a reddish tinge. The classic “Bird’s Eye” form has a brownish dots on a whitish background. Typical uses are furniture, musical instruments, Interior millwork, bowling alleys, dance floors, basketball courts, roller-skating rinks… etc. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4, 16/4 Thickness
Pecan
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Our FAS Pecan is commonly referred to as Texas Hickory, also known as Pecan Hickory, there are various species of Hickory and Pecan that are closely related and there is often confusion between the two. Pecan has slightly lower strength values than some of the other species of Hickory, but it is still among the hardest and strongest of woods native to the United States. The wood is commonly used where strength or shock-resistance is important. Typically used for smoking meats, charcoal, baseball bats, archery equipment, tool handles, chair making, etc… Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 8/4, Thickness
Knotty Pine
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Knotty pine is a type of timber frequently used to construct houses with country accents or a rustic Western theme. The wood is very distinctive because of its large knots, or defects, which make a striking pattern when the wood is used on walls, flooring, or cabinetry. Most varieties of pine also have a strong scent, which some consumers find pleasant, and others dislike. Knotty pine is not generally used in vital structural applications, because pine is a very soft wood and the knots may cause it to split, break, or bow. For decorative purposes, however, knotty pine is quite suitable, although it can be overwhelming when used to excess. Knotty pine is particularly popular in cabins and other rural retreats, and many manufacturers of artificial wood paneling copy the distinctive bulls-eye look of knotty pine. Available in: 4/4, 8/4, Thickness
African Mahogany
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Our FAS grade African Mahogany comes from the Khaya genus and is considered to be a valid substitute for Honduran Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), otherwise known as “Genuine Mahogany.” The wood is usually light pinkish-brown when freshly cut, darkening on exposure to a deep reddish colour, often with a purple cast. The texture is variable, often moderately coarse, with a high, golden lustre. Typical uses include furniture, cabinet making, interior millwork for banks, offices, and shops, as well as boat building. Available in: 10/4, 12/4, Thickness
Antique Pine
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All of our Antique Pine comes from reclaimed lumber and has a natural patina look, saw marks, knots, nail holes and that distinct rustic feel. The sapwood varies in width, and is whitish to yellowish, orange white or pale yellow. The heartwood is light yellow, orange or reddish-brown, and is resinous. The marked contrast between early wood and late wood is clearly shown in the growth rings. All “Reclaimed” or Antique Pine comes with defects and character markings present, every piece of lumber has history. Available in: 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
Antique White Oak
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All of our Antique White Oak is Reclaimed Lumber, Each piece has it’s own individual history and story. White oak is usually straight grained, but can be often irregular or cross-grained. It has a slightly less coarse texture than red oak and has been widely used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for most any application.The sapwood is lighter than the hardwood, which is a light tan to yellow-brown. Antique/Reclaimed white oak develops a richer, more golden tone than its newly harvested counterpart and growth ring density is far greater. White oak has been the wood of choice for barrel cooperage for distilleries throughout history. Available in: 8/4 Thickness
Aromatic Red Cedar
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egarded as excellent in resistance to both decay and insect attack, Aromatic Red Cedar is frequently used for fence posts used in direct ground contact with no pre-treating of the wood. Overall, Aromatic Red Cedar is easy to work, notwithstanding any knots or irregularities present in the wood. It reportedly has a high silica content, which can dull cutters. Aromatic Red Cedar glues and finishes well, though in many applications, the wood is left unfinished to preserve its aromatic properties. Cedar has a distinct and tell-tale scent: the wood is commonly used in closets and chests to repel moths and other insects Though Eastern Redcedar trees are widely distributed throughout the eastern half of the United States, it is a very slow-growing species, and most trees harvested tend to be fairly small in diameter. Because of this, Aromatic Red Cedar boards tend to be knotty and narrow.
Ash
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Ash is regularly used for furniture, flooring, doors, architectural millwork and moulding, kitchen cabinets, paneling, tool handles, baseball bats, hockey sticks, skis, oars and turnings. The sapwood is light-colored to nearly white and the heartwood varies from greyish or light brown, to pale yellow streaked with brown. The wood is generally straight-grained with a coarse uniform texture. The degree and availability of light-colored sapwood, and other properties, will vary according to the growing regions. Available In: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, & 8/4 Thickness
Cherry
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A Select & Better grade Cherry hardwood out of Pennsylvania often extremely popular with cabinetmakers. Cherry is easy to work, fine textured, strong and fairly durable. Highly rated in all working properties including wood bending and turning. Becomes darker and richer with age. Reddish brown with a golden luster. Freshly cut cherry is often very pale, but the wood oxidizes to its famously favorable rich brown red in time. Available In: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, & 10/4 Thickness
Cypress
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Our Select and Better grade Cypress comes out of Louisiana. Cypress is a strong durable softwood used for structural work, especially suitable where the timber is in contact with the ground and for external work generally. Shipbuilding, farmhouse-style dining room furniture, linings for wardrobe doors and trunks are all popular uses for Cypress. Available in: 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, Thickness
Dakota Rustic Collection
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Dakota Rustic Collection is designed to meet today’s ever growing popularity of building accent walls, rustic furniture, and crafts. This American made product line focuses on providing a consistent product to meet the design needs from large commercial projects to the do-it-yourself home project. In an ever-changing design market there are a few timeless trends that have stayed consistent. The natural beauty of rustic boards has been a part of our heritage for many generations, but the current demand for reclaimed lumber has created a shortage in sustainable material. Our industry has scoured the country side in search of dilapidated barns and even weathered snow fences that can be disassembled and refurbished. Dakota Rustic Collection has developed an alternative that takes sustainable raw lumber and processes it to create a weathered appearance in various color schemes. Our product gives the consumer a consistent size that is free of nails and hazardous contaminants such as lead and arsenic
Genuine Mahogany
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Our FEQ grade Mahogany is out of South America, commonly referred to as “Honduran Mahogany” goes by many names, yet perhaps its most accurate and telling name is Genuine Mahogany. Not to be confused with cheaper imitations, such as Philippine Mahogany, Genuine Mahogany is what most consider to be the real and true species when referring to “Mahogany.” An incredibly important commercial timber in Latin America, Genuine Mahogany is now grown extensively on plantations. It has been widely exploited, and in effect, this limits the international exporting of the lumber to certified sustainable sources. (This is also why many lumber retailers located in the United States are unable to ship Honduran Mahogany outside of the country.) Substitutes sometimes used are African Mahogany or Sipo Mahogany, both of which are available in our extensive inventory. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 12/4, 16/4, Thickness
German Beech
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Also known as Superior German Beech, A moderately hard, straight-grained, even-textured wood with great strength properties. Works well with hand and machine tools. Used for furniture, chairs, workbenches, carvings, toys, plywood, veneer, flooring. German Beech is Called Queen of the Woods because of their large size and stately appearance. Beech trees are reported to commonly reach 100 feet. Trunk diameters are often 4 feet. Available In: 4/4, 8/4 Thickness
Hickory
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We offer a high-grade FAS Hickory that comes out of Indiana. Often used for the handles of striking tools, such as axes and hammers. It is also used for baseball bats, furniture, ladders, vehicle parts, cutting surfaces, violin bows, piano keys, handles.. etc. Usually straight grained, it can be wavy or irregular, with a coarse texture that has a medium lustre. Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 8/4 Thickness
Jatoba
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Commonly referred to as “Brazilian Cherry”, it bears absolutely no relation to the domestic Cherry (Prunus serotina) that is found in the US, except perhaps that its natural color closely matches the common stained color of domestic Cherry that has been aged/stained reddish-brown as seen on some interior furniture. Jatoba is exceptionally stiff, strong, and hard—among the very toughest of all timbers worldwide. typically used for furniture, cabinet making, turnery, boat building, kitchen cupboards, tool handles, flooring.. etc Available in: 4/4, 5/4, Thickness
Knotty Alder
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Also known as Premium Frame Alder direct from the Pacific Northwest. Because of its grain pattern, alder is frequently used as a substitute for walnut and cherry. Knotty alder cabinets & mouldings are very popular in high end homes as well as rustic cabins. Alder machines well and is excellent for turning. It nails, screws and glues well, and can be sanded, painted, or stained to a good finish. When stained, it blends with walnut, mahogany or cherry. It dries easily with little degrade and has good dimensional stability after drying. Alder, a relative of birch, is almost white when freshly cut but quickly changes on exposure to air, becoming light brown with a yellow or reddish tinge. Heartwood is formed only in trees of advanced age and there is no visible boundary between sap and heartwood. The wood is fairly straight-grained with a uniform texture Available In: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4 & 10/4 Thickness
White Oak
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Our White Oak is a FAS grade out of the Appalachian mountains. White Oak is a hard and heavy wood typically used for furniture, cabinet making, interior trim work, panelling, flooring, cooperage for wine and whiskey, shingles… etc Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 12/4, 16/4, Thickness
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Accoya®
Accoya® wood is the result of decades of research and development that has brought together a long-established, extensively proven wood modification technique and leading-edge patented technology – acetylation to create a high performanc... Read More
Pecky Cypress Image
Pecky Cypress
Pecky Cypress is actually a condition caused by a fungal attack that leaves long, narrow burrows or cavities in the wood. The fungus attacks mostly older cypress trees from the “canopy” or “umbrella” down. Once the tree is cut down,... Read More
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Ponderosa Pine
Also known as White Pine or Moulding Pine, Ponderosa Pine is technically classified as a yellow (hard) pine, it shares many characteristics with white (soft) pines, having a considerably lower density than the yellow pine species found in t... Read More
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Poplar
Offered in a FAS and number 1 Common grade, Poplar is among the most economical and inexpensive of all domestic hardwoods., typically used for paint grade materials.The sapwood is creamy white and may be streaked, with the heartwood varying... Read More
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Quartered White Oak
Quartersawn is a term that refers to the visual characteristics of the face of each board, The lumber is quartersawn for the best grain rather than the highest grade. Our Quartered White Oak is a S&B grade out of the Appalachian mountains. ... Read More
Red Oak Image
Red Oak
Offered in a FAS grade, Red Oak, along with its brother White Oak, are commonly used domestic lumber species. Hard, strong, and moderately priced, Red Oak presents an exceptional value to woodworkers, typically used for Furniture, Cabinetm... Read More
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Rift White Oak
Rift cut is a term that refers to the visual characteristics of the face of each board, The lumber is sawn for the best grain rather than the highest grade. Our Rift White Oak is a S&B grade out of the Appalachian mountains. Rift White Oak ... Read More
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Sipo Mahogany
Our Sipo Mahogany is an FEQ grade hardwood out of Africa, not to be confused with Khaya, the “African Mahogany” which notoriously has stability problems and lack of color uniformity. Sipo resembles very closely Honduras Mahogany in colo... Read More
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Soft Maple
We stock both a FAS grade and S&B grade in Soft Maple. Coming out of Pennsylvania, it is commonly referred to as Silver Maple, Red Maple, and Box Elder. The sapwood in the soft maples is considerably wider than that in the hard maples and ... Read More
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Spanish Cedar
Despite its name, Spanish Cedar is not only a hardwood (and therefore not a Cedar at all), but it is also not Spanish. Spanish Cedar actually comes from the Meliaceae family, along with Mahogany; Spanish Cedar is similar to Genuine Mahogany... Read More
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Superior Alder
Also known as Select Alder or Clear Alder, Superior Alder is a high-grade hardwood that a produces a clearer stock than its close relative Knotty Alder. Alder, part of the birch family, is a softer hardwood from the Pacific Northwest. Consi... Read More
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Teak
Our Teak is a true Burmese FEQ Grade that has exceptional stability and workability earning Teak a legendary reputation in applications such as boat building, indoor and outdoor decking, outdoor furniture, and decorative trim, while its dar... Read More
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Walnut
Offered in FAS grade, Our Prime Walnut, also known as “Black American Walnut”, comes out of Indiana. Walnut is a beautiful, tough, hard timber with a medium density. Walnut is the standard timber for rifle butts and gun stocks. It is ex... Read More
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White Hard Maple
Our White Hard Maple is a FAS grade hardwood that comes out of Pennsylvania, often referred to as “Rock Maple” and “Sugar Maple” White Hard Maple is a uniform pale reddish-brown or light tan, the sapwood white with a reddish tinge. ... Read More
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Pecan
Our FAS Pecan is commonly referred to as Texas Hickory, also known as Pecan Hickory, there are various species of Hickory and Pecan that are closely related and there is often confusion between the two. Pecan has slightly lower strength val... Read More
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Knotty Pine
Knotty pine is a type of timber frequently used to construct houses with country accents or a rustic Western theme. The wood is very distinctive because of its large knots, or defects, which make a striking pattern when the wood is used on ... Read More
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African Mahogany
Our FAS grade African Mahogany comes from the Khaya genus and is considered to be a valid substitute for Honduran Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), otherwise known as “Genuine Mahogany.” The wood is usually light pinkish-brown when fres... Read More
Antique Pine Image
Antique Pine
All of our Antique Pine comes from reclaimed lumber and has a natural patina look, saw marks, knots, nail holes and that distinct rustic feel. The sapwood varies in width, and is whitish to yellowish, orange white or pale yellow. The heartw... Read More
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Antique White Oak
All of our Antique White Oak is Reclaimed Lumber, Each piece has it’s own individual history and story. White oak is usually straight grained, but can be often irregular or cross-grained. It has a slightly less coarse texture than red oak... Read More
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Aromatic Red Cedar
egarded as excellent in resistance to both decay and insect attack, Aromatic Red Cedar is frequently used for fence posts used in direct ground contact with no pre-treating of the wood. Overall, Aromatic Red Cedar is easy to work, notwiths... Read More
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Ash
Ash is regularly used for furniture, flooring, doors, architectural millwork and moulding, kitchen cabinets, paneling, tool handles, baseball bats, hockey sticks, skis, oars and turnings. The sapwood is light-colored to nearly white and the... Read More
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Cherry
A Select & Better grade Cherry hardwood out of Pennsylvania often extremely popular with cabinetmakers. Cherry is easy to work, fine textured, strong and fairly durable. Highly rated in all working properties including wood bending and tur... Read More
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Cypress
Our Select and Better grade Cypress comes out of Louisiana. Cypress is a strong durable softwood used for structural work, especially suitable where the timber is in contact with the ground and for external work generally. Shipbuilding, far... Read More
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Dakota Rustic Collection
Dakota Rustic Collection is designed to meet today’s ever growing popularity of building accent walls, rustic furniture, and crafts. This American made product line focuses on providing a consistent product to meet the design needs from l... Read More
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Genuine Mahogany
Our FEQ grade Mahogany is out of South America, commonly referred to as “Honduran Mahogany” goes by many names, yet perhaps its most accurate and telling name is Genuine Mahogany. Not to be confused with cheaper imitations, such as Phil... Read More
German Beech Image
German Beech
Also known as Superior German Beech, A moderately hard, straight-grained, even-textured wood with great strength properties. Works well with hand and machine tools. Used for furniture, chairs, workbenches, carvings, toys, plywood, veneer, f... Read More
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Hickory
We offer a high-grade FAS Hickory that comes out of Indiana. Often used for the handles of striking tools, such as axes and hammers. It is also used for baseball bats, furniture, ladders, vehicle parts, cutting surfaces, violin bows, piano ... Read More
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Jatoba
Commonly referred to as “Brazilian Cherry”, it bears absolutely no relation to the domestic Cherry (Prunus serotina) that is found in the US, except perhaps that its natural color closely matches the common stained color of domestic Che... Read More
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Knotty Alder
Also known as Premium Frame Alder direct from the Pacific Northwest. Because of its grain pattern, alder is frequently used as a substitute for walnut and cherry. Knotty alder cabinets & mouldings are very popular in high end homes as well... Read More
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White Oak
Our White Oak is a FAS grade out of the Appalachian mountains. White Oak is a hard and heavy wood typically used for furniture, cabinet making, interior trim work, panelling, flooring, cooperage for wine and whiskey, shingles… etc Availa... Read More