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Setting Up a Woodworking Shop

Setting Up a Woodworking Shop

Setting up a small woodworking shop is incredibly important when starting your woodworking business. Being able to work efficiently, safely, and doing so while keeping your shop professional, says leaps and bounds about your business. Wondering what a well designed...

How to Finish Wood: A Beginner’s Guide

How to Finish Wood: A Beginner’s Guide

Building a woodworking piece takes a special kind of talent. But in woodworking, we all know that the project doesn’t end with the assembly of your piece. Finishing is the next step, and can often intimidate even the most skillful of artisans. The good news: With a...

6 Places to Sell your Woodworking Projects

6 Places to Sell your Woodworking Projects

It finally happened. You caught the woodworking bug and your friends and families' homes are filled with your creations. You’ve reached a point where you feel confident enough to sell your art and make some extra cash. And now you are likely asking yourself: where can...

This was my first time buying from Fine Craftsman Lumber and I was not disappointed! The board came well packaged with no damage. The board was perfect, 100% usable, beautiful grain and super finish. I cannot wait to begin the project. I will definitely buy from them again!

Mark Ford

My experience with Fine Craftsman Lumber was excellent! In my case, I was just looking for 4 hard maple pieces ( 1.5″x14″x14.5″) and delivered within a week and they were exactly what I had been looking for about a month! 

Don

Excellent customer service. Great selection of high-quality lumber.

Tom Coy

Thank you for all the help. You were right, the curly maple is perfect for my projects.  It really was a pleasant experience to be able to select from such a quantity of beautiful lumber.

James H.

Delivering sustainable, high-quality lumber for 90 years.

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