MAY IS NATIONAL DECK SAFETY MONTH
As your thoughts turn to backyard entertaining, it's very important to make sure your deck is safe BEFORE your first family barbecue!
Take the First Step: Inspect Your Stairways »
Make Sure You Have Safe and Secure Railings »
Check for Split or Decayed Boards »
Loose and Corroded Fastener Inspection »
How to Inspect Ledgers, Girders and Joists »
Decks With Grills and Fire Pits »
LOGS STARTING TO ROLL IN
The rainy season in Brazil is finally coming to an end. Roads that were once impassable have been re-opened allowing logs to be transported to our mills for processing. The prolonged rainy season has created delays in shipping and shortages of sustainably harvested tropical hardwoods worldwide.
American black walnut is one of our finest and most cherished native hardwoods. It is prized by woodworkers, craftsmen and carpenters for its rich dark color, stability and workability. The black walnut can be found growing from the Mississippi Valley to the Carolinas and from upstate NY to Florida.