What to expect? Fine Craftsman Lumber’s White Ash

As a preferred white ash lumber supplier, you can expect us to deliver a light colored, open grained lumber, popularly used in flooring and furniture projects. Northern white ash is a unique species that offers both heartwood and sapwood (white) and an awesome grain pattern.

White ash is best used in flooring and furniture projects. Regrettably, time is running out to work with white ash given the invasive Emerald Ash Borers’ increasing destruction of the species. We encourage our customers to get it while you can.

We offer two grade options for white ash. The first is select & better and the second is our fine craftsman grade that is clear one face. Its tight and wide grains make it similar to red oak, however a species of its own at the same time.

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    4/4 White Ash 20 bd. ft. Value Pack

    $145.15
    Lumber Grade: Select & Better
    Board Feet: 20 bd. ft. package
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    Inspector’s Choice White Ash – 13/16 x 6 x 72

    $37.77
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    Inspector’s Choice White Ash – 13/16 x 4 x 66

    $31.18
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