Using Your Logs

We normally mill lumber from our logs at the sawmill. However, if you would like us to use your logs, we can haul them to our Sawmill and return the lumber to you.

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Get Your Quote

Once the form is completed and submitted, a Quote will be emailed to you.

Finalize Your Order by following the instructions in the email.

If you have any questions, just Contact Us

Lumber Cut List

1 - Your Logs

The logs should be cut to standard lengths (8, 10 or 12 feet long) and have all limbs cut flush with the trunk. The logs should be stacked on flat ground with easy access to a log truck. Avoid areas with leach fields, swampy conditions or low over head lines.

You should plan what lumber you need milled from each log. For example, if you plan to build a shed, then estimate how many posts and boards you need and enter the information in the form below along with your name, address, email and phone number. The phone number is required in case we need to contact you with any questions. After submitting the form, an email will be sent to you with a quote with costs on log hauling and milling fees. If you decide to proceed, a 50% deposit is required to start the process.

2 - Your Logs to the Sawmill

We transport your logs to our sawmill with our log truck

3 - Sawmill

After your logs arrive, they are milled into the lumber you requested. We scan all logs with a metal detector to avoid hitting metal, however if we hit metal or other foreign objects, a fee will be charged in addition to your quoted estimate to compensate for blade damage.

4 - Lumber Back to You

Once your order is complete, we contact you to arrange a day and time to deliver it to your location.

5 - Lumber to You

Once at your location, we unload the lumber to a convienient place. At this time the balance of the order is due (usually the remaining 50%).