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Listing #169   Listed on: 08/03/2008

We are a custom sawmill/millwork business specializing in "character" and reclaimed woods. We offer custom sawing, Dry kiln, flooring, moulding and more.
Large maple being slabbed

  Large slabbing saw

  Sawing with my TimberKing in 2004

  My Deere skid steer

  Current Sawmill Setup

  Walnut slab bartop

  Maple slab bartop

  Wide plank Heart Pine Flooring

Company Name:   McConnell Millworks
Contact Name:   Shane McConnell
Location:   Otto, NC  28763
Year Founded:   2002
Sq. Footage:   2
Employees:   8
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Hardwood Lumber
    Milled Lumber / Lumber for construction
    Other Wood Products
    Softwood Lumber

Service Specialties:

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Portable - TimberKing
    Kilns - Nyle
    Planers - Woodmaster
    Gangs - Woodmaster
    Moulders - Woodmaster
    Sawmills: Portable - Granberg Alaskan
    Moulders - Logosol
    Resaws - Woodmizer
    Planers - Powermatic
    Miscellaneous - Black Bros Brush Machine
    Sawmills: Stationary - HUD-son

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: James     [08/16/2008]
Are you happy with your Timberking ? Did you look and other brands before buying and, if so, why did you go with the Timberking ?

Posted By: Joe     [08/17/2008]
Do you sell your lumber and ship?
What would it cost to get some wormy chestnut shipped to Washington state similar to that above the mantle? I do one of a kind furniture pieces.
Regards. Joe

Posted By: Steve Hilton     [08/25/2008]
I am interested in getting into reclaiming old lumber, beams, etc. but I am uncertain in how to go about it. Any comments or advice?

Posted By: barry lang     [08/27/2008]
shane, we specialize in wholesale raw materials
from mainly circa 1800's pa.barns.hand -hewn beams.white oak boarding and wormy with any needs you may have.
barry 724-815-7958

Posted By: Jim Bernard     [02/11/2011]
I am interested in small diameter Hickory for rustic furniture building. Bark on. I live in Sylva and have a trailer to pick up stock.

Posted By: Jim Poovey     [01/22/2013]

this is awesome. When I retire and build my home I want to get some of your wood. My son is applying to SC school of medicine for the PA program. He is an E7 and has been a medic for ten years. Jim

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