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Old 06-25-2019, 05:10 PM   #1
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Can anyone point me to a local source for live edge lumber and/or reclaimed barn board? I have purchased from Bingham Lumber in Brookline, NH before but I was hoping to find a closer source. Thanks
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Old 06-25-2019, 05:28 PM   #2
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They are in Conway NH. You can buy it unfinished or let them finish it for you. Prices are pretty reasonable.
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Lowe's in Gilford also has a limited stock of live edge lumber (not all Lowes' stores have it) - just some basic pine boards in 4 or 6 foot lengths, okay for an entry level woodworker making a basic coffee table or sofa table. Probably not what you are looking for, but an option for a beginner. I have driven by the place in North Conway and it looks like they have a pretty big selection.
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Sharps in Ashland NH. Coolest place ever if you are a wood guy. A little pricey but insanely nice, very unique stuff. My dad is a furniture maker and its a must visit place every time he is up.
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Not too far from you... https://blueridgelumber.myeshowroom.com/brochure/21225

I've also bought custom oak from there... http://dipriziopine.com/index.php
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