Lumber Yard and Hardware Store
Representing Maine Family Mills, Loggers, Truckers and Land Owners
Sustainably Harvested. Superior Quality. Competitively Priced
Local Wood Sold Locally
High Quality Products:
- Kiln Dried Framing
- Pressure treated framing and decking
- Northern white cedar products
- Dimensional pine
- Hand tools
- Power tools
- Garden supplies
- Custom garden beds and planters
- Select hardwoods
- Drywall and drywall supplies
- Paint supplies
- Reclaimed wood
Doing Things Differently
What Does “Lumbery Approved” Mean?:
- Knowing where your wood comes from and where your money goes
- High quality, experienced customer service
- Custom wood cutting
- High quality, straight boards
- Commitment to community
- Devotion to reducing carbon emissions and raising awareness to the benefits of buying local wood
- Commitment to teaching and inspiring woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers of all skill levels
We Are the Local Mills Farmers Market
Why Buy Local Wood?
- Local mills and loggers have limited outlets for their products beyond the mills themselves.
- All trees are sustainably harvested and come from within 40 miles of each mill.
- Knowing where your money goes to and seeing the direct impact of supporting local Maine communities.
- Significant lowering of carbon emissions directly related to the unnecessary transport of goods from away. Why buy cedar from the west coast when there is plenty of cedar in Maine?
- Local mills are prideful and it shows in the products they produce.
- Every part of the tree gets used. Waste is minimized.
- Access to a wider variety of novel boards including live edge, clear wide pine, hemlock, rough stock.
The Pine Tree State
Did you know that:
- Maine is the most forested State in the lower 48.
- 8.3 million acres in Maine are certified as sustainably managed by independent auditors of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and American Tree Farm System (ATFS). That’s about 50 percent of Maine’s working forest.
- The Maine State flower is a pine cone, which is not even a flower.
- There are hundreds of small, family owned wood mills in Maine.
What Customers Are Saying...
“You just saved me a trip to Home Depot. Thank you thank
you thank you.”
“How didn’t I know this place existed? Are you a chain?
“I would have been happy for anyone to move into this abandoned building but when I found out it was you guys I
was over the moon.”
“This place feels like a gastro-pub for wood”
“I can’t believe this. Your 2×4’s are straight.”
“I love your mission.”
Inspiring and Fun Videos
Maine Wood is Good Wood!
“If you love New England forests, if you want to take long Sunday drives during foliage season, go hunting in the woods, swim in clear streams, view wildlife, and enjoy marvelous hikes in the summer – if you care about having clean air and drinking water – support them by buying local. Wood, that is.”
Nicole St Claire Knobloch, Project leader Build It With Wood Initiative, New England Forestry Foundation