Texas Native Woods In Stock
Hardwood Slab Inventory
Excellent quality lumber from a variety of excellent species.
Our Lometa, Texas warehouse is stocked with hundreds of wood slabs, tree stumps, bases and burls ready for your next project. While most of our wood slab inventory comes from local trees felled due to age, drought or development, we also source burls and slabs from other parts of Texas. Our inventory includes dozens of species, book matched slabs, highly figured and burled pieces and oversized slabs and beams. We will salvage the main trunk of the tree and transport it to our saw mill and storage yard in Lometa. The trees are milled into live edge slabs or available for custom milling. We take care to label each piece of wood and track where it came from and remember the story behind every piece of lumber.
About Our Inventory
Our unique and beautiful selection of wood live edge slabs, quarter sawed lumber, book match slabs, cross cut logs and other uniquely milled lumber with sublime grain patterns offers many choices for that one-of-a-kind piece you are working on. Whether it’s a table, countertop, headboard, desk, wall art, mantle, bench, or whatever you have in mind, we have the hardwood that will make it special.
We also have thousands of miscellaneous burls in all shapes, sizes and species.
Texas Native woods in stock:
Old Growth Pecan
If you would like to see your tree put to good use, rather than become firewood, please contact us. We remove the trunk only, saving the labor of removing 4,000 to 6,000 lbs., and turning “would be trash” into beautifully crafted functional works of art.
Oklahoma and Texas endured a severe drought in 2011, and dry conditions persisted through 2012. These drought conditions cause extreme stress on trees. One very hard-hit area is the self-proclaimed “Pecan Capital of the World” San Saba, Texas. With the increased harvest opportunities we have outgrown our 4,000 square foot facility and acquired a 16,000 square foot warehouse. If you are familiar with the area you will recall the Lometa Wool and Mohair Company building which was a shipping point for cotton, wool, and mohair. It now stores our ever-growing inventory of milled lumber.