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Forum topic by Estley posted 1803 days ago 798 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Estley

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1803 days ago

Hey guys, I used to have a rockler, a woodcraft and some other smaller woodworking shops where I lived. Then we moved…

Do you guys have any places to get supplies (aside from lowes and HD) in the Philly area, more specifically Bucks county?


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Litehart

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#1 posted 1803 days ago

Sure. I was just at a Woodcraft store in Downingtown PA, not far from Bucks County. It is very well equipped. Look it up on the main Woodcraft website under store locator. There is also a pretty good woodworker’s store in Warminster PA. I was also just there last week. Do a search in Google for woodworker stores and you will find it.

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Vincent Nocito

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#2 posted 1803 days ago

Greetings and welcome to the Philly area. There are a few stores in the area.

Woodworker’s Haven Incorporated 60 James Way Ste 7
Southampton, PA 18966
(215) 953-1955
woodworkershavenusa.com They are also a Rockler associate and can order anything you need from Rockler(takes about a week. They order on Wednesday).

There is another Woodcraft store in Allentown (about 40 miles from Philly vs 35 to Downingtown).

Lumber options include:

Hearne Nardwoods (200 Whiteside Drive, Oxford PA 19363 888-814-0007
Spacht Sawmill 1266 Quarry Hall Rd | Fairview Village, PA 19409 | 610-584-1855 | dave@spachtsawmill.com
Groff and Groff 858 Scotland road Quarryville, PA 17566 (800) 342-0001
Williard Brothers 300 Basin Rd. Trenton, NJ. 08619
Talarico 22 Hardwood Lane, Mohnton PA

Good Luck

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Litehart

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#3 posted 1803 days ago

The store that Vince mentions located at Southampton is the same one I referred to that is near Warminster. I don’t want you to get confused! BTW, I will be visiting the hardwood dealer Hearnes tomorrow. I live in Florida and am visiting here. I always lament the lack of good wood sources in Florida. You can’t do much with palm trees.

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Vincent Nocito

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#4 posted 1803 days ago

There is also Industrial Plywood in Reading 550 South Fifth Street Reading, PA 19602 (610-376-3343 or 800-543-4416) if you need cabinet grade plywood. They carry over 20 species including quarter sawn and rift sawn and prefininshed grades.

There is also MLCS/Penn State 2381 Philmont Avenue, Suite 105,
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 1-800-533-9298 if you need dust collection, turning equipment/supplies and router bits.

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Estley

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#5 posted 1788 days ago

Cool, the one in SouthHampton is the closest one to me. Great tips on the lumber places as well!!

Thanks for all the help!!

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