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Advantage Lumber   edit  
We are the global leader in manufacturing exotic hardwood decking, siding, live-edge slabs, and cabinet-grade lumber. Since 1992, customers from around the world have chosen us for sustainable, Lacey-Act-compliant, premium-grade materials; timely service; and expert advice. Contact us today to discover the Advantage Difference. Our FSC® Chain of Custody is certified by Preferred by Nature.
Hobby Hardwood Alabama   edit  
Hobby Hardwood Alabama is a #1 rated, full time, small, friendly, family owned sawmill and lumber operation specializing in producing some of the highest grade wood domestic and exotic lumber in the country, and are located in New Market, Alabama, just north of Huntsville. We don't sell the same low grade wood everyone else sells, we sell the best of the best. Our standard grade is at the top of the NHLA high grade scale, and our walnut two grades above. Typically, our wood is graded as Ultra Prime. We literally hand inspect every single board before it goes on the sales rack, and if it doesn't meet our standards, among the highest in the country, then we will fix it with our specialty tooling or cull it so you don't have to. Unlike many lumber stores who prohibit it, we allow and encourage "picking" or customers selecting just the pieces they want.

We sell about 47 species and cuts of the highest quality kiln dried and planed domestic and exotic hardwood lumber milled from trees harvested locally in North Alabama and Southern Tennessee, or from the highest grade suppliers across the country. We sell to businesses, hobbyists, craftsmen and professional woodworkers who want great wood for a great price. Serving New Market, Huntsville, Alabama, Tennessee and surrounding areas. We will sell one board at a time, if that's what you want. Come on by, take a look and you'll see some wood that will make your eyes light up.

Horton Brasses   edit  
Produces more than 1,000 different pieces of authentic reproduction cabinet and furniture hardware factory in Connecticut. Use brass, iron, and various hardwoods to make knobs, drawer pulls, hinges, shelf pegs, bed bolts, casters, hooks and even clock finials.
Rockler   edit  
The history of Rockler Woodworking and Hardware goes back to 1954, when Norton Rockler started the Minnesota Woodworkers Supply Company in north Minneapolis. It was a small mail-order business with a big aspiration – to become woodworkers' go-to resource for everything they need to complete their projects.

Since then, we've grown into an industry-leading woodworking and hardware source with a nationwide chain of stores and international reach through our catalogs and website. In many ways, a lot has changed. We've continuously added to our offerings as woodworking technologies have advanced, and we're constantly working to bring the industry's most innovative products, thinking and education to our stores and website.

But in other important ways, much has remained the same. Throughout our history, Rockler has been a family-owned business – and in business, as with family, relationships are important. We still work with many of the same vendors whose products appeared in our catalogs decades ago. And we still strive to establish connections with you, our customers, that extend well beyond mere financial transactions. We want you to know that we're invested in your success. You can count on us for the products, advice and encouragement you need to finish your projects, and you can count on us to stand behind the things we sell. As our founder wrote in the introduction to a 1988 catalog, "Our commitment to you doesn't end when the package arrives."

We're also committed to the future of woodworking, DIY, and the natural resources that make woodworking possible. That's why we strive to provide "green" products, to emphasize recycling and to support sustainable forest growth through the Hardwood Forestry Fund. We're particularly gratified that Rockler has been named the 2014 recipient of the Forestry Fund's Gifford Pinchot Award in recognition of the company's "significant effort to plant hardwood trees in America."

So as we celebrate our rich history, we look forward to many more years in the shop with you. Our goal still is to be your go-to DIY resource – for everything you need to build both your projects and your confidence.
The toymaker   edit  
Fine hardwood toys for children
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