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Forum topic by Marcus posted 268 days ago 371 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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I just recently relocated to Denver from Minneapolis. In Minnesota, lumber and sawyers were plentiful….times were good, the shop was full. I knew I was in trouble on the drive into Denver and not seeing any trees! Anyone on these boards have a good contact for hardwood in the Denver area?

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#1 posted 268 days ago

It’s a little bit north of you, but there is Sears and Trostel in Fort Collins. They’ve got a huge selection of wood. Tends to be a little pricy for my taste, but I’m cheap.

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#2 posted 268 days ago

Marcus, I’d love to see an answer to this too!

-- I came - I sawed - I over-built

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#3 posted 268 days ago

Take a look at CSWoods. I have dealt with the owner located in Gardner and he was very accomodating. They have a warehouse and showroom in Denver.

-- Art

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#4 posted 268 days ago

Austin Hardwoods can have good prices on hardwoods. They supply a bunch of places in southern Colorado. The biggest issue is going to be there are no hardwood trees here. Millions of acres of pine and aspen but nothing considered a hardwood.

-- Mark - Pueblo, Colorado

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#5 posted 268 days ago

i usually just end up getting lumber from woodcraft in centerra (loveland) which is very expensive (also i’m in greeley)

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