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The Bobtail Critter Sawmill

Listing #96   Listed on: 02/22/2008

The Bobtail Critter Sawmill is a Woodmizer LT40HDG25 bandmill operated on a mobile basis. Based out of North Georgia, it can operate in five states. The lumber is typically collected off of the mill for subprocessing and/or hauling to a kiln on a deckover trailer. At the kiln, the lumber is then carefully stickered, stacked, and air or kiln dried, depending on its intended application. Reclaimed and rescue sawing of antique building components and heritage trees is available. High quality logs that warrant the time and care are typically quartersawn. I provide turnkey solutions for my customers that go from log to finished product that allow them to use their own trees in any manner they can imagine, including taking the trees from a new homesite and incorporating them as finished materials in a new or remodeled house or barn. I currently stock lumber in unusual species, mostly at 5/4 in random widths, as well as the standard species in typical dimensions, much of it quartersawn and most of it kiln dried. For much more information, please see my website linked on this page.
 
Here, a large white oak log is quartersawn for future use as cabinets in a new home.

  Here is a fair sized red oak log waiting to be quartersawn.

  These are two of ten doors crafted of tulip poplar, southern yellow pine, ambrosia maple, curly cherry, and quartersawn sycamore in a country home.

  Here are two bundles of kiln dried lumber, quartersawn sycamore and quartersawn red oak, ready to be delivered to customers.

  Here are several bundles of quartersawn random width red oak tongue and groove paneling prior to delivery to a customer.

  The wide tongue and groove poplar lumber in this ceiling came from trees on the lot where the house was built.

  This image shows a custom antique heart pine mantel being created on a CNC router table. It now adorns a stone hearth at a country home in North Carolina.

 
Company Name:   The Bobtail Critter Sawmill
Contact Name:   Drew B. Leviton
Location:   Atlanta, GA  30324
Year Founded:   2001
Sq. Footage:   0
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.home.bellsouth.net/p/PWP-bobtailcritter

Product Specialties:
    Flooring
    Hardwood Lumber
    Milled Lumber / Lumber for construction
    Softwood Lumber

Service Specialties:

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Portable - Woodmizer LT40HDG24



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Scott Harrison     [03/02/2010]
Hi, I am looking for 400 bf of 4/4 select or clear cherry. Do you have any and is it dry?


Posted By: Matthew Russell     [06/27/2011]
I have a few maple stumps that I am looking to have cut to make endtables. I would be able to travel to you. Thanks in advance.


Posted By: diamond1     [09/13/2011]
I have many yellow poplar trees on my three acres. Could the logs be used, and what's the best way to have the corners?


Posted By: Mark Lusink     [11/22/2012]
This lumber is for door and window framing and can be dry pine or something similar.


Posted By: kwilson     [01/31/2013]
I have twenty one 60 foot pine trees on my property I am looking to have taken down. I would happily donate the wood if I can get a good enough deal to have them removed. Do you have a tree removal company?


Posted By: Eric Wolff     [03/20/2013]
Can you contact me about getting some live edge planks about 60-72 inches long?


Posted By: kathryn mack     [02/12/2014]
Looking for unfinished pine Flooring. Any specials?


Posted By: Brooks Graham     [09/28/2014]
Need a mail or call from Mr. Leviton please. Need his opinion on air drying the wood he cut for us this past winter. My # 404-538-9209, thanks.


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