Thanks for the reply! I wasn't sure if there just weren't any woodworkers
in my area or if I was getting the TROLL treatment.
That location is not too bad if I am buying everything for a project. Not
so good if I need a few quick items. I will call them to see what they
I've also been to Baird Brothers. I agree with the first reply -- they
are a god bet.
And if you don't mind making the trip just a bit longer, you could go
to Jim Doll's lumber. They are located on Ohio rt 534, between Rt 5
and US 422. Note that Doll's deals ONLY in harwoods. There is no
plywood or other products -- just some of the finest kiln dried (and
some air dried) pieces I've seen under one roof.
But have you asked around in the Pgh area? Seems that all of those
Laurel Highlands should have dozens of hardwood kilns, and dealers
Well, there are the pricy places for good specialty hardwood such as
Woodcraft in Robinson (out by the airport)or Woodcrafters Supply in
Ross (Rt. 19 just north of Perrysville). Then there is HOP lumber in
Wexford, Allegheny Millwork & Lumber (412-431-4224), George Hall in
Homestead (I think they have a place in Carnegie too), Sutherland
Hardwoods in Burgettstown.
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