A: Yes, we do! Shipping options and prices are available for international shipments at checkout.
A: Orders generally ship in 1–4 business days. Shipping time depends on your location, and we offer expedited shipping options at checkout.
A: You can easily prevent warping and even fix wood that has already warped. Learn how to re-flatten wood.
A: Yes, customers love using our Project Ready Hardwood for laser cutting and engraving. Learn more about the best woods for laser engraving.
A: Poplar is great wood for beginners—it cuts easily, accepts stains, paints well, and is relatively inexpensive. As you gain experience, you can try Walnut, Cherry, and Hard Maple. We recommend saving exotic woods like Bloodwood and Purpleheart for after you have more experience since they are very hard woods.
A: Yes, we can cut just about any size you need. Contact us for a price.
A: We get this question a lot. Ocooch (pronounced oh-kooch) is the name of the rolling hills in 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 one inch, 8/4 is two inches and 16/4 is four inches thick. Don't ask us why. That's just the way it has always been done.
A: A board foot is a standard of measurement equal to one square foot that is one inch thick. This measurement is used to calculate the volume of lumber. A board foot is 1" thick, 12" wide, and 12" long. For 4/4 (1" thick) lumber, multiply the length (in feet) by the width (in inches) and divide by 12. To order a small amount of Unsurfaced Lumber, let us know what size board you need, and we can calculate the board footage for you.