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Wood suppliers in Seattle area

by Hammerthumb
posted 08-14-2017 09:17 PM


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#1 posted 08-14-2017 09:31 PM

Jmartel is somewhere in the Seattle area, you could try asking him…

-- Mark Kornell, Kornell Wood Design

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#2 posted 08-14-2017 09:33 PM

I don’t know of any in the Bellevue-Redmond area. I usually go to Crosscut in Seattle, or Edensaw which is all the way on the other side of the sound in Port Townsend.

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#3 posted 08-14-2017 10:00 PM

Thanks Jeff. Anything has got to be better than Dunn.

-- Paul, Duvall, WA

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#4 posted 08-14-2017 10:54 PM

I deal with Upper Canada forest products here quite a bit(half mil a year?), and they have a US counterpart, Sierra forest products.
I’ve never dealt with Sierra before, but they’re a tight knit group so I would assume the same level of customer service and quality of material. Top notch 100% on both. I don’t hesitate to recommend them.
http://www.sierrafp.com/contact.htm

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#5 posted 08-14-2017 11:39 PM

Thanks Tony.

-- Paul, Duvall, WA

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#6 posted 08-15-2017 12:16 AM

Yeah, I would buy from woodcraft or rockler before I would buy from Dunn. They are pricey.

There’s Compton lumber across the street from Crosscut as well, but I’ve never been there. If needed, there’s a Woodcraft in the same area, but further south and closer to I-5.

-- The quality of one's woodworking is directly related to the amount of flannel worn.

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#7 posted 08-15-2017 01:21 PM

I use Hardwood Industries in Portland. They have 2 sites in the Seattle area, Woodinville and Kent. Can’t recommend them enough. More selection of Ply than Crosscuts, maybe not as much rough lumber. Also here they regularly have 4-5 pallets of Mahogany, Cherry, Maple, Walnut on sale out front. I got a lot of Mahogany for 2.99/bf from that stack.

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#8 posted 08-16-2017 01:19 AM

Crosscut hardwoods and Compton lumber are both in the SODO district.

Sumner woodworking in Sumner, Wa also has a small selection and carries rockler stuff.

Those are the only lumber yards i am aware of in Seattle. . There are small mills that post on craigslist from time to time and a place on 72nd st in Tacoma that sells live edge slabs, have never stopped in and don’t know if they sell anything else.

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#9 posted 08-16-2017 02:06 AM

Try Bill Betts in Rochester. He has a lg Woodmiser and cuts many of the domestic trees. Prices are very pleasant.

I have purchased West Maple, Cherry, Ash, Cedar, Doug Fir, and many others. Call him for current inventory.
1-360 362.9675

Rochester is about 15 miles south of Olympia

-- Rustfever, Central California

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#10 posted 08-16-2017 01:35 PM

Thanks guys!

-- Paul, Duvall, WA

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