Customer Projects

One of the most interesting parts of this business is to see and hear about all the different projects that people are working on. Over the years, we have seen benches and bridges, homes, barns, sheds, flooring and shelving to name just a few. I encourage customers to send me a digital photo of their project to share in this space so that others can see all the great creations out there.

Ralph Eno is doing a fabulous job siding his building using our hemlock boards.

He is grooving, back priming and using a stain wash before drilling and screwing boards in place.

Pictures don’t do it justice.

Credit must go to Joseph George for stopping in and showing me amazing pictures of his carpentry skills he used on homes he built.

This pine flooring is created by using the rough side.

I took a palm sander and smoothed off the splinters but let the character of the circular saw mark show. I used a Jacobean stain and 3 coats of poly.

We built this small building using our ship-lap pine.

We kicked out the bottom board so that we could use it as clapboard siding.

R. Oakes built this elevated garden center, complete with a watering system

Live-edged pine countertop was designed and created by M. Thompson.

Live-edged pine countertop was designed and created by M. Thompson.

Our son, Zack, made this table using a burl that we sawed in sections. This was one of many projects that he was able to do in the Industrial Arts program at MCHS.

Barn

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K. Crosby used hemlock to make this beautiful Nordic four-poster bed.

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K. Crosby used hemlock to make this beautiful Nordic four-poster bed.

J Canwell’s pine corner shelf adds a nice touch over the stove.

Treehouse