I do not have photos of every single slab in my inventory. If you are serious about purchasing a slab or a finished piece of furniture, contact me to make an appointment to come pick out your desired slab.
My inventory of slabs is constantly changing. Slabs are cut, stickered and air dried at least one year before being kiln dried. While I typically recommend only buying a dry slab that is at least 8% moisture to work with, professionals with drying experience are welcome to purchase green slabs.
All slabs are available to be surfaced on one side or both (surfacing flattens the slab but it will still need sanding and finishing). Surfacing ranges from $60-120.
I have many kiln dried white pine slabs in stock. They range from 8′ all the way up to 20′ long. They are cut at 3″ thick, and typically range from 24″- 36″ wide. These pine slabs are perfect for those building and renovating bars, restaurants, or other commercial interests, who want a rustic feel to their bar and table tops.
Kiln dried white pine slabs are $4 a board foot. (Example: a pine slab, 8′ long, 3″ thick, 2′ wide has 48 board feet in it and costs $192.)
I have hundreds of slabs of the following species in stock:
White Oak and Red Oak
Hard and Soft Maple (some spalted)
Ash, figured and spalted.