You can get it from a variety of places online, but you have to pay for
shipping, of course. http://www.walllumber.com and
http://www.hardwoodstore.com are two good ones which just happen to be
local to me.
You'd get much better answers if you told us where you live. Somebody
who lives near you may be able to give you some suggestions.
I agree. The BORGS have a wonderful selection and for that you pay a
premium. It is sometimes worth the convenience, but when I want to buy
in bulk, I go to a local lumber yard. THe selection is far less, but the
overall quality for the money is far better.
B A R R Y wrote:
Look up cabinet shops in the phone book, call them and ask where they get
their plywood, then call the suppliers until you find one that sells retail.
I have a local supplier that would like to see you pull up in a truck with a
company logo painted on the side but they grudgingly sell to the public
(read great unwashed). But if you know what you're looking for, you can get
And you can drool over the other kinds of wood they have that you
can't afford to buy as much of as you want. At least that's what I
do -- they're only a few minutes from where I work, so I occasionally
drop by during lunch.
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