Yeah real Fashionable, I recently did some Showcase's for a jewelry store
and they wanted Knotty Alder,
I'm used to cutting wood and getting rid of the knots,
On this job I had to cut wood and get rid of the good stuff.
I wasn't keen on it either. They loved them, I think they were a waste.
I did see some large doors at Desert Mountain about 3" thick 48 x 96 Knotty
Alder they had a good look to them.
Everything in CA appears to migrate to AZ, Back east you couldn't Buy Alder
up to a few years ago
And then it is only used for cleats etc.
And its not as cheap anymore,
Hope to close a deal next week for a Jewelry store and they want first class
Yeah man my cup of tea.
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 23:09:53 -0700, George M. Kazaka wrote:
of McQueen. For you, go south on Country Club/Arizona Ave thru
Chandler and turn left on Queen Creek. Go about a mile and a half and
turn right on Adams (dirt road). A few hundred feet down the road on the
left, there's a big barn and storage shed full of goodies. Owners name is
Rocky. He doesn't advertise and isn't even in the phone book as he says
he has more biz than he can handle. Best material and prices in the area.
I have to go down that way next week I'll check him out.
By the way I get Knotty Alder for .76and Premium Knotty Alder for .98
Can't tell the differance between the two,
About 2.50 for select Clear Cabinet Grade
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