Being a small sawmill has advantages and disadvantages for our customers. For example, we are not currently able to ship every day – tractor trailer loads of specific types of hardwood lumber that is already kiln dried and heat treated.
But we are more flexible, adaptable, and able to saw custom orders.
We can currently saw 5,000+ board feet of lumber per day. If you need more than that – we can add resaws and edgers to greatly increase capacity. We can add additional sawmills.
We currently have multiple kilns and can easily build more
We currently have acres of space for log storage and air drying lumber
We currently have 2,000 square feet of enclosed space for lumber that is already kiln dried and heat treated. We can easily add more enclosed space in 3,000 square feet increments.
Our sawmills saw up to 21 foot logs. We can add extensions to cut up to 45 feet long logs
We can saw up to 34 inches wide. If you need wider – we can get a wider saw mill.
We can finish wood, shape and mold wood into shingles, siding, flooring, posts, etc
We can plane and mould beams and columns that join together perfectly
Saw up to 13 inch diameter logs into poles, round posts, columns, spindles, railings. Can cut 2 (landscape timbers), 3, 4, 6, and 8-sided shapes
We work with many different tree companies, land development companies, arborists, and excavators to source large quantities of different species of logs
Our sawmill is on a trailer, but we currently lack vehicles to tow it. If you are a land developer and want to saw lumber on your site to use at your site – talk with us and we will work something out.
We have written procedures for most processes that are performed in our sawmill. This allows us to quickly setup and start operations at new sawmill locations. Think sawmill franchise. That way a sawmill is closer to the source of the timber.
Whether you need a one time custom order of 1,000, 10,000, or more board feet or want to place ongoing weekly orders – let’s’ talk and we can make it happen
If you are a woodworker, craftsman, artist, furniture maker, carpenter, cabinet maker, general building contractor, or craft maker – let’s get together and talk about how we can help each other.