Products produced through milling and harvesting become our by-products, meaning there is no waste from our lumber harvesting. By-products offered at Gutchess Lumber include mulch and wood chips from wood bark, sawdust from sawing logs, pallets from low-grade lumber, and more.
While mulch can be made of many things from straw to newspaper to rubber, our mulch is all-natural and produced at the mill when debarking our logs.
Uses: Playground or landscape mulch
Our wood chips are produced while sawing the logs that come directly from our forests in Pennslyvania and New York – you can’t get hardwood chips closer to the forest than ours.
Uses: Mulch, heating for pellet manufacturers.
Cribbing is a temporary wooden structure used to support heavy objects during construction, relocation, vehicle extrication, equipment stabilization, urban search and rescue and more. Our blocks are made of premium northern hardwood.
Uses: Support heavy objects for construction, item relocation, automotive or equipment stabilization, and more.
Our sawdust is produced while sawing the logs that come directly from our forests in Pennslyvania and New York – you can’t get sawdust closer to the forest than ours.
Uses: Mulch, heating for boilers, animal bedding, clean up.
When lumber doesn’t meet our high standards, we don’t sell it. We make it into the pallets you see moving products in warehouses, grocery stores, factories, and more all around the world.
Uses: For moving large objects.
“I must take this opportunity to commend Gutchess Lumber Company on the quality people you have on staff. This is the third sale I’ve had completed with your company and each one gets better- the crew did a superb job every step of the way. Kyle personally did the remediation work and I must say is a magician with a dozer. He made the four parties involved very pleased and happy. That makes me happy. Again a tip of the hat to the job well done from a company that I would expect no less from. I hope we may continue doing business in the future. Working with people like you have at Gutchess makes my job quite enjoyable.”