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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 09:56 AM
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Welcome to the Forums, Wes. Here is a search site where you may be able to find a lumber source near you... Woodfinder. I found a hardwood dealer less than 10 miles from my house using this site.
+1 for Woodfinder :: Find Sources for Hardwood Lumber, Exotic Wood, Veneer, Sawmill Services and Other Woods such as Tonewoods, Recycled Lumber& Salvaged Wood, Carving Stock and Turning Blanks. to locate suppliers and links to suppliers.
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Hello,

I am somewhat new to woodworking. I have built a few pieces (workbenches and tables), but I am preparing to begin a new project building shelves and cabinets for a room in my new home. The wood I have used previously to build my pieces is from Home Depot or Lowes, and I'm not sure it is the best quality wood. I am looking for very good quality wood for my next project. Does anyone have a suggestion on a place where I should buy the wood in the area of Seacoast New Hampshire or by ordering it? I am interested in good prices, but primarily focused on getting high quality wood for this particular project.

Thanks very much for any suggestions.
Wes,

Highland Hardwoods in Brentwood, NH has a great selection and your check out their inventory and prices on line.

Highlandhardwoods.com

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Best I,ve ever found was in the Materials section of Craigslist, usually some great deals and a good way to meet some people in that industry.
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