This spring I will be visiting my SIL in Burlington, Vermont later this spring.
I would like to gather suggestions for good lumber suppliers within about a 3
hour driving range of Burlington. My plan is to drop my kidlets off at their
favorite aunt's house and bug out for a day and visit a few places and pick up
some curly maple, birdseye maple, thick and/or figured cherry and anything else
unusual. I want a place that can ship an order up to say 500 bd ft back to
Minnesota where I currently reside.
I found one place in that general area that had a nice web page a few months
back. Problem is I lost the bookmark and I can't seem to remember how I found
the place. Any suggestions for a lumber horder that needs a major fix?
I know of only 3 retail supplies in the Burlington area. I use Morse
Hardwoods and Millwork in Essex Junction (10 miles NE), then there's North
End Hardwoods in Williston (5 Miles E), I haven't used them, the one time I
checked prices (poplar) they were about 50% higher. The last one (I've
heard is the cheapest of the 3) is in Bristol (30 miles S). I just looked
but couldn't find there name, they run local adverts and advertise 500 board
ft 'near wholesale' lots - don't know if they ship though - shouldn't be to
hard to track them down once you get here.
I know Morse Lumber have a web site www.morsehardwoods.com, Northend
Hardwoods is www.northendhardwoods.com. Do a Google search on Vermont
harwood suppliers - anything in the state will be within your 3 hour driving
Essex Junction, VT
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