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What if the tree log is twisted or crooked, can you mill logs like this? Yes we can, they may need to be cut to a shorter length and we can do that for you. Some bent and twisted logs can make very interesting boards and slabs.
I have some logs that have been cut and have been on the ground for a long time, can these logs still be good for lumber? It depends if they are badly rotted on the inside. If this is the case then no, they will not be any good for saw milling. You can email a photo or two to help determine if the logs are ok.
Can you cut thick slabs of wood and keep the bark on both sides to make benches and live edge furniture? Yes we can cut thick or thin slabs of wood with live edges (bark).
What is a board foot? Hardwood lumber is typically sold by the board foot, a unit of volume equivalent to a board that is one inch thick, one foot wide and one foot long, or 144 cubic inches. Lumber thickness is expressed in quarters of an inch, beginning with 1 inch, so that 1 inch lumber is designated as 4/4, 1-1/2 inch lumber is 6/4, 2 inch lumber is 8/4, and so on. These units refer to nominal or roughsawn dimensions, not surfaced dimensions.
Do you have wide wooden boards with bark for sale? We have live natural edge slabs and wide boards for sale at our location.
Do you sell small short boards with live edge? We sell short small boards and end cuts from the sawmill that are perfect for small arts and crafts. We normaly have Black Walnut, Black Cherry, Ash, Sugar Maple, Pine, and Butternut in stock.
Do you have a way to dry the fresh cut boards
Yes we have a process to dry the lumber that we cut. It starts off by air drying in our drying shed, then the wood goes into the kiln.
We do this all at our Sawmill On Wheels yard.
Do you provide on site milling No we do not. Your logs are milled only at our location