Q: What are your options for picking up and delivering materials?
A: Find out all you need to know on our Pick up and Delivery: Do’s and Don’t’s page.
Q: What is the difference between kiln dried, no kiln dried, air dried, and green lumber?
A: Find that answer and many more specifications in our list of common lumber terms.
Q: Will Schutte Lumber Company buy my trees or logs?
A: No, we do not. There are other local resources who will, though, including Urban Lumber Company.
Q: Can you build a set of cabinets (etc.) for me?
A: No, but we can provide the lumber and tools to you! We also have years of experience and advice to share if you have questions.
Q: Why did I only get 1.5′ x 3.5′ dimensions of wood when I paid for 2’x4′?
A: Because of the difference between nominal and actual dimensions. Nominal dimension is what the wood starts out at when it is rough sawn and green (ex. 2′ x 4′). Actual dimension is after the board is dried and surfaced smooth on all four sides. Now it is 1.5′ x 3.5′.
Q: Will I be able to see the mill work I ordered before I pay for it?
A: No, all mill work orders must be paid in full before work will begin.
Q: Can I get ripped lumber or pieces of plywood cut down today?
A: Probably not. Those would have to go to the mill to be processed and there is usually a longer turn around time.
Q: This wood won’t fit in my car, can you cut it down for me?
A: Yes! The showroom can cut pieces down to fit to haul, but we cannot guarantee exact measurements. Exact measurements need to be sent to the mill for processing.
Q: I bought lumber from somewhere else, will you guys cut it down for me?
A: No, unfortunately, we only cut our own products.
Any other questions or concerns you may have, please direct to our showroom or sales staff. We would be happy to assist you! Give us a call at (816) 753-6262
Now through August 30th, all Penofin brand products are on sale in the Schutte
Here at Schutte Lumber, we are constantly striving to provide you the best products
For those eager to get started in plotting and planning their garden this year,