All Ipe Is Not Created Equal
There’s More Than Meets The Eye With Tropical Hardwoods.
As a lifelong lumberman, I’m accustomed to a world of relative certainty: grades are well defined, producers play by an accepted set of rules, and you can reasonably expect to receive a product that matches what you think you bought, at the price you paid.
The New Landscape for Western Red Cedar: An Interview with Brent Stuart, Lifelong Western Red Cedar Champion.
These are turbulent times for anyone in the Western Red Cedar business, and uncharted supply waters for consumers considering using this famed wood species for projects in their homes. To share a better understanding of the market dynamics, we interviewed Brent Stuart. (more…)
What is Tally and Why is it So Important?
We frequently get inquiries from customers requesting all long-length boards. Sometimes we can do this, but in some products, it can be more challenging and we may push back. Why do we do this? Is it just because we’re mean?