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  • Can you cut down my tree?
    Nope, but if you have a tree in danger, I can refer you to a trustworthy local Tree company. If you have a downed tree on your property, for a small fee, I might be able to take it.
  • Do you offer wood storage?
    No, I do not offer wood storage. If you commission me, we'll schedule a time and I'll be prepared to work when your wood arrives.
  • Can you provide custom cuts and sizes?
    Yes. My sawmill has a 30 inch throat capacity with cuts as thick as 7 inches. We can cut lumber within these measurements to various widths, lengths, and thicknesses to meet your project requirements.
  • What do you have in stock?
    I aim to keep a running inventory of live edge black walnut slabs and dimensional quarter sawn white oak. Other lumber types fluctuate, based on what arborists are bringing to me. What is available this month will be different next month.
  • What is a board foot?
    A board foot is the measurement most commonly used for lumber sold in this capacity. It measures 12 inches wide by 12 inches deep by 1 inch thick.
  • What is your price per board foot?
    Pricing is based off of wood type, supply and demand, figure or uniqueness of the board. Contact me with the desired species, length, width, thickness, and finish level details (ex: rough sawn, surfaced, S4S) and intended use; and I will provide a quote.
  • What is the turnaround time for sawing and milling services?
    The turnaround time varies depending on the size and complexity of the job, as well as my workload at the time. Contact me to get a quote and approximate timeline.
  • What if I supply the wood?
    I offer a full menu of shop services that can aid with your project in most any capacity.
  • How long does a typical project take?
    The length of a project varies depending on the scope of the work. I will provide a timeline for each project during the design phase and keep clients updated throughout the process.
  • How do you price your projects?
    Each project is priced individually based on the materials, design, and labor involved. I'll provide an estimate for each project before beginning work.
  • How does commissioning furniture work?
    We'll begin with a consultation where we discuss your requirements, design ideas, and budget. Next, during the design process- I"ll provide feedback and suggestions and after some back and forth, we'll settle on a final vision. Finally, during the fabrication process, I build the piece and turn the design into reality. This process takes several weeks or even months depending on the project.
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