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07-03-2017 05:38 PM

I live in a remote area and need help finding a source of hardwood that I can buy online. I am making some ladder back chairs and need 8/4 clear straight grain white ash. Thanks


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#1 posted 07-03-2017 05:59 PM

http://www.cookwoods.com/

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#2 posted 07-03-2017 06:40 PM

Remote areas are some of the best places to find local wood. Take a look on your local Craigslist to see if there are any sawmills nearby.

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#3 posted 07-03-2017 06:49 PM

Niagaralumber.com is worTh a look. They are local to me so I have not used their mail order service.

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#4 posted 07-03-2017 06:53 PM

I’m fortunate enough to have this store here in town, but http://www.woodworkerssource.com does ship, and from what I see in the reviews customers are pretty happy with what they get.

-- No matter how much you push the envelope, it'll still be stationery.

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#5 posted 07-03-2017 07:21 PM

I bought some Oak many years back from Steve Wall Lumber . At the time, they had an UPS bundle that was reasonable priced. This was when orders were done on paper form, through US Postal mail from a printed catalog. So, no idea how they are now.

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#6 posted 07-03-2017 08:54 PM

Dart, you don’t mention where you live, but you can also look at woodfinder.com to find sources. HTH

-- Art

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#7 posted 07-03-2017 10:23 PM

I love Bell Forest. www.bellforestproducts.com

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#8 posted 07-04-2017 12:11 AM



I bought some Oak many years back from Steve Wall Lumber . At the time, they had an UPS bundle that was reasonable priced. This was when orders were done on paper form, through US Postal mail from a printed catalog. So, no idea how they are now.

- hotbyte

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I’ve never bought wood from there but live relatively near and lots of woodworkers around here say it’s a great place. I’ve also heard positive feedback from people who mail ordered.

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#9 posted 07-04-2017 02:30 AM

I don’t know if they carry ash but you might take a look at Gilmer Hardwoods in Portland, OR.
Also check your local Craigslist. Small local sawmills will often advertise there.
Rodney

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#10 posted 07-04-2017 03:27 AM

http://www.groffslumber.com/ :<))

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#11 posted 07-04-2017 03:57 PM

I live in South Central Idaho.

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#12 posted 07-04-2017 04:32 PM

There are alot of Companies that have shipping options. I am down in Las Vegas, and use Peterman lumber here for most of my needs. I know they ship, but I am not sure if they ship to Idaho.
http://petermanlumber.com/

I have an Uncle over in Evanston, Wy. He has used Macbeath in salt lake. There web site says they ship out of there Berkley, Ca. store. I am prety sure he makes the drive to salt lake from time to time.
http://www.macbeath.com/order-online
I Know some of the guys here in Vegas have drove all the way to Phoenix for a better selection of more exotic wood than what peterman sells, I believe they go to Wood workers source that Rich Taylor mentioned. But most should have Ash. Shop around to see who will give you the best prices.
good luck,

-- John

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#13 posted 07-04-2017 04:33 PM

South Central Idaho is still a pretty big place. Boise has several hardwood outlets, McCall probably has something. Salmon may have an outlet. Grangeville or Lewiston. Local builders can probably give their sources. I know local builder don’t all come to Boise for there hardwoods.

-- Bruce, Boise, ID

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