A: Yes we do! You can place your order here on our site and we'll contact you with exact shipping charges for your location before we bill you. Or you can contact us for shipping quote first.
A: Yes, this is easily prevented and you can even re-flatten the board that has already warped. Just follow these instructions.
A: Yes, it works great for laser cutting and engraving. Read more about this here.
A: Poplar is great wood for beginners, it cuts easy, accepts stains and paints very well and is relatively inexpensive. Later on you might want to try Walnut, Cherry, and Hard Maple. But save the exotics like Bloodwood and Purpleheart for after you have more experience, since they are very hard woods.
A: Yes, we can do just about any size you need. Contact us for a price.
A: We get that a lot :). Ocooch (pronounced Oh-koo-ch) is the name given to the beautiful rolling hills of southwest Wisconsin where we are located.
A: We are very busy people. We don't always have someone in the office, but if you leave a message we will usually call you back within an hour.
A: Rough (or unsurfaced) lumber thicknesses are usually measured in quarters of an inch. 4/4 is 1" 8/4 is 2 inches and 16/4 is 4" thick. Don't ask us why, that's just the way it's always been done. :)
A: A board foot is the unit of measurement used to calculate the volume of lumber. A board foot is 1" thick 12" wide and 12" long. For 4/4 lumber (1" thick), multiply the length (in feet) by the width (in inches) and divide by 12. To order a small amount of our Unsurfaced Lumber, just let us know what size board you need and we will take care of figuring the board feet.