Our Northern White Ash is a dense hardwood with bright white sapwood, light tan heartwood, and uniform, well defined annual growth rings. It comes from within approximately 100 mile radius of our mills in New York and Pennsylvania. Available in 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, and 8/4 and multiple grades. Northern White Ash turns well and retains its strength. It is commonly used in furniture, tool handles, guitar bodies, lobster traps, flooring and is the hardwood of choice for making everything from baseball bats to long bows. Learn more.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“I do really appreciate your efforts as I have very little time to focus on buying. I can count on you guys to get back with me quickly and prepare loads in a very timely fashion. A couple weeks ago, I put together a load at 1:00 in the afternoon and it was in my warehouse at 2:00 the following day. I have another vendor who complains all the time that I don’t buy more from him and I often can’t get an email response in 24 hours let alone buy a load and take delivery in that time period.”
-Hardwood Distributor Customer
Quality Hardwoods from Gutchess
Gutchess Lumber produces lumber from ten species of premium northern hardwoods. Our products are responsibly sourced from Pennsylvania and New York, and are prepared in our state-of-the-art sawmill and kiln-drying facilities. Available in a wide variety of grades and thicknesses, our products are renowned the world-over for their high quality. You can view our current stock-list here, or click through to see our full product offering.
It All Begins in the Woods
In addition to Gutchess Lumber’s wealth of experience delivering hardwood products to our customers, we also have over a century of practice as stewards of forests and timberlands. Our commitment to sustainable forestry practices comes first in ensuring that our forests remain healthy and preserved.
Gutchess Lumber additionally offers a range of forestry services, including log and timber purchasing, expert consultation, and even recreational leases of our beautiful woodlands in New York and Pennsylvania.