Wood of the Month: Hard Maple

January 10, 2012

For the month of January, we are going to take a closer look at hard maple. This popular woodworking species grows in trees that average up to 90 feet tall with diameters of 20 to 30 inches. Similar to yellow birth, hard maple is a heavy, strong hardwood that resists shock and abrasion. Its natural

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Integrating Wooden Architectural Elements in the Home

July 17, 2011

Schutte Lumber‘s selection of Timbers, Cedar, Engineered Wood, Domestic and Specialty Hardwoods can inspire unique architectural features in the home that will feature the unparalleled natural beauty of wood. Take a look at these unique ways of integrating wood to add visual interest and increase the value of a home. The distinctive characteristics of wood can add

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Best Woods For Building Cabinets Pt. 2

June 17, 2011

In our previous post, we discussed the best inexpensive woods for building cabinetry. If your price point is more flexible, take a look at these quality woods that offer beauty, durability, and versatility. Walnut and cherry woods are valued for their durability, strength, and smooth grains. They boast rich natural color that is  beautiful alone

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Best Woods for Building Cabinets Pt. 1

June 16, 2011

If you are creating custom cabinetry for a home or office, Schutte Lumber offers a variety of woods from which to choose. Determining the best wood for building cabinets depends on your budget and whether you want to paint or stain the product. Maple, birch, and oak are all cost effective building options. They are

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