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Dickson Saw Works

Listing #346   Listed on: 01/18/2011

Dickson Saw Works is a family owned and operated sawmill and rustic furnitire company. Dickson Saw Works has been in business around six years. My father and I started the business as a means of extra income for our families. The end of 2010, my dad,Chris Dickson took over all operations of the mill.
We are located in East Tennessee, just north of Chattanooga. Our mill operates mainly as a mill on demand operation operating a minimum of 3 days a week depending upon the volume or orders. However, we are looking to expand into several other markets in the coming year.

Specializing in custom sawing, our mill supplies the Chattanooga and North Georgia areas with rough cut red and white oak, poplar, and pine. DSW will custom saw our logs, or yours (delivered to our mill). We can deliver your lumber to your job site.Delivery charges will be applied.

DSW also had expanded into the furniture buiness offering a unique line of handmade rustic furniture and craft items. We feature oak benches, stools, and tables. Our specialty is beautifully finished Cedar benches, plant stands, and porch furniture. This new venture for DSW began as a hobby for my father, but has proven to be a rewarding and profitable outlet for he and my mother.

Our goal is to supply you the customer with your specific lumber needs as at a fair price with the upmost in service.
 
Sawing in the snow!

  Daily operations

  Special orders are welcome. Volume pricing available for large projects.

  Oak logs---waiting for your order

 
Company Name:   Dickson Saw Works
Contact Name:   Chris / Patrick Dickson
Location:   Graysville, TN  37338
Year Founded:   2006
Sq. Footage:   0
Employees:   2
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:  

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

Service Specialties:
    Custom Sawing

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Portable - WOODMIZER LT40
    Sawmills: Portable - John Deere tractor
    Sawmills: Portable - Delivery truck and trailer



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Wayne Scarbrough     [01/22/2011]
I do wood turning as a hobby. I am looking for logs such as cherry, mahogany and other unique woods. I was wondering what you could offer.


Posted By: John Pippin     [05/03/2011]
I have five white oak and hickory logs I would like sawn to 4/4. The logs range from about 5 ' to 8' and are about 12" to 16" diameter. What would be a ballpark cost to saw?

Thanks,

John


Posted By: dwight hurlbut     [06/21/2011]
I need a phone number to get costs for small order (2) 5 ft. lg. & 16-18 in logs milled 5/4.


Posted By: Jeff W     [12/28/2011]
I'm looking for a 4x8 about 60" long timber of white oak. Would this size cut fit into your schedule in the near future? If so how much? Thanks.


Posted By: Waren     [08/18/2012]
I'm looking to get some oak sawn down to tongue and groove flooring. What is your number?


Posted By: rick     [08/29/2013]
If you have a portable sawmill I have 30 pine logs 16' long that average 17" in diameter and two smaller logs for sawing. I'm in Lafayette, GA.


Posted By: Barbara     [01/20/2014]
I am looking for stain grade shelving milled to 1-1/16 inch thickness and 11-1/16" depth. About 4 boards would be 29 inches, and another 4 about 27 inches. Could you provide this?


Posted By: Andy     [04/25/2014]
I wanted a quote for sawing a little over 1,000 board feet. I live on Signal Mountain. Quote for onsite milling and if delivered to you please. Thanks!


Posted By: Ray Gross     [05/18/2014]
I have a good number of cedar logs I which to have cut down to 1 X 6 and maybe 1 X 8. From Chattanooga and # is 423 834 4436


Posted By: Jeremiah     [06/05/2014]
What is your contact #? I would like to talk to you about a large red oak that I have and would be interested in having cut into boards. Maybe 2,000 board feet?


Posted By: Charlie Harless     [07/23/2014]
I am looking for a few 4/4"x4"x10' quartersawn ash that needs to be fairly green still. Is that something that you may be able to supply?


Posted By: Jerry     [09/10/2014]
I need around 50, 1"x 8" x 8 ft boards to finish a shed.


Posted By: Howard     [11/15/2014]
Some one is wanting to give me 10 logs, white pine, cut into 8' and 10' lengths. I have been assure that there is no wire or nails in the logs.
Wondering if you move to where the logs are or must I bring them? Not sure how I will load them.
301-730-3766


Posted By: drew     [12/10/2014]
I need a beam cut into several boards please contact me and let me know if this can be done by you. thanks
423-800-1984


Posted By: Luis     [01/29/2015]
Hi, I am starting a small tree service company And I was wondering if you would be interested buying timber. Thanks.


Posted By: Bob McGavock     [05/09/2015]
Have two 8 ft. Walnut logs that I would like sawed into 1X8 boards. No nails or other imbedded metal. The logs are from large, relatively straight limbs 8" X 12" diameter


Posted By: Mike Dalton     [06/18/2015]
Good afternoon Gentlemen. I would like to buy a large amount of rough cut timber to be used as cribbing for our equipment shipments.. Best regards, Mike Dalton


Posted By: seth     [06/27/2015]
Hello there! I am looking for 6" square pine (or any other wood of comparable price) beams to build a post and beam shade structure in my backyard. Look forward to hearing from ya.


Posted By: Don     [09/15/2015]
I live in Spring City and need 10 rough cut hard wood 2x6 boards for my dock. Is that something you folks do?


Posted By: Milton Huber     [09/24/2015]
Good morning, I'm interested in knowing if you could or would cut down roughly 50+ pines. Each average, 24"x70'. I estimate 15,000+ board feet using the Doyle method more with International. Your company can have the lumber for doing so. Call me if interested, or if you know of someone. Thanks,706-944-0407; Ringgold


Posted By: Patty Brown     [11/04/2015]
I have a leyland cypress logs that we have cut in 12' lengths. I would like to have these cut in 2x6 boards and 4x4 to make a 12' harvest table. Is this something you do. Also I have a popular that needs to be cut because it is too close to my house. I would like to either sell the lumber or trade for cutting it down. It is approximately 75' tall and over 50 years old. Very large.


Posted By: Matthew Crockett     [02/05/2016]
I'm completely on the other end of the scale from the other posts I've read. I'm doing repair work on an old closet and the builder of the house didn't conform to standard dimensions. I need to find a way to buy a 12" X 9' board to replace the shelf . The width of the end isn't a problem but places like Home Depot top out at a length of 96" ( 8' ). Can you help?


Posted By: Diane Seals     [11/07/2016]
I am looking for some rough cut boards to replace some on a log cabin. I need on 9'x1"x7" and one 8'x1"x6". Can you cut these for me?


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