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Where to Buy Hardwood Lumber In Vermont

Updated: July 30, 2022
Finding hardwood at a reasonable price is hard. Box stores charge a high markup, and local sources take a lot of research. Use this guide to help find quality hardwood lumber near you.
Where to Buy Hardwood Lumber in Vermont
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Where to Buy Hardwood Lumber In Vermont

Finding the best hardwood at the right price is always a search. And while supply in Vermont is heavily focused on local hardwoods, there are a few options for the popular live edge slabs and exotic woods.

To help your search you’ll find:

  • Price list links when published
  • Key services like surfacing (eg. S3S)
  • Pick-up vs. delivery
Lastly, with the price of hardwoods even a few dozen board feet can be worth a 1-2 hour drive. And who knows, maybe you’ll find a hardwood for turning, reclaimed lumber or even urban timber for your next project.

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1. Currier Forest Products

Currier Forest Products produces a large variety of hardwood products from the forests of northern Vermont. With stock ranging from flooring to 60-foot long beams and timbers they can supply wood from cabinets to home construction.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

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2. Baker Lumber Inc

Now in their second and expanded location in White River Junction, Baker Lumber Inc is a full service supplier with everything from hardwood to plywood and the supplies you’ll need to finish your project. Best of all? They have that elusive price list that’s hard to find.

Price List: Yes

Online Shopping: Yes

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

3. Treehouse Hardwoods and Millshop

With deep roots in the local areas, a focus on sourcing from local mills you’ll find Treehouse Hardwoods and Millshop both a source of lumber but also expert advise and knowledge of woodworking. 

But, more importantly, if you can’t handle all the aspects of your build they have the services to do it for you. Which is hard to find.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

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Services & Supplies

4. The Johnson Co

The Johnson Company is a sustainable sawmill, kiln and retailer that sells directs to woodworkers of any size. With roots back to 1906 they are a multi-generational supplier with a long term commitment to customer satisfaction. 

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

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Services & Supplies

5. Mansfield Forest Products

If you have a larger project and need wholesale volume ongoing you can check in with the maple specialists at Mansfield Forest Products. While they don’t deal directly in retail, odds are their products are stocked in retail centers locally.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

6. Haley Wood Products

Haley Wood Products offers up a standard variety of hardwoods planed hit and miss on two sides to reveal the grain.

Need a finished size or width? They’ll offer that up at an additional cost. 

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

7. Cerisosimo Lumber

While Cerisosimo Lumber is a wholesaler only, they are notable as a massive producer putting out 18,000,000 board feet of hardwoods a  year. With an average kitchen using 200 board feet, that’s a whopping 90,000 kitchens (or more).

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

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Services & Supplies

8. Gagnon Lumber

With over 60 years experience and both wholesale and retail experience you’ll find Gagnon Lumber offers up a local selection of softwoods (white pine, hemlock). While they offer hardwoods as wholesale only, most woodworkers need a good stock of softwoods for building drawers.

Price List: Yes

Online Shopping: No

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

9. Vermont Tree Goods

If you’re in the market for live edge slabs up to 20′ long then Vermont Tree Goods is where you’ll need to head. With both a furniture side of their business and custom live edge supplies. Just reach out to them first.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: No

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

10. Tradewinds

Tradewinds is one of those large city hardwood retailers that is nestled squarely in the middle of the country. But, they feature an impressive selection of hardwoods, exotics, book matched lumber, turning stock and more. 

Be sure to check out their online shop for a unique collection of exotic woods that are available to ship.

Price List: No

Online Shopping: Yes

Wood Selection

Services & Supplies

REsources

Before searching for your hardwood lumber in Vermont, it’s worth taking a look at local guilds and woodworking clubs. 

What’s special about these clubs other than learning new woodworking skills? Well, they are often have discounts (for members) at key hardwood suppliers.

Featured Vermont Wood

The Sugar Maple is Vermont’s state tree, but for woodworking I’d recommend trying the Hard Maple as it makes fantastic cabinets, furniture and desks.

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