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Listing #98   Listed on: 02/22/2008

Nelson sawmill was opened in 2004 as a way to utilize the valuable hardwoods & softwoods being wasted by local municipalities,tree services,construction companies and landowners. I am an urban logger and do what I can to keep logs from going to the landfill/being burned/put in a tub grinder by sawing them into a usable wood product be they raw materials or finished products from my wood shop.
Part of a load of walnut that was piled up on a bridge construction job to be BURNED. There was more, I saved them the trouble of burning it, I hauled it all home.

  A shot of some 18

  After some chainsaw work it was not too big for my little manual mill.

  I managed to get a few small live edge slabs off the redbud log.

  A walnut stump on the mill for gun stock material.

  I also milled some book matches from the same ugly little log.


  Here is the lumber that came out of that

  I work with many tree services to get the

  A maple log delivered by the city to clear a vacant lot. They had tried to get someone to cut it for firewood, but it was

  A future wood working project. A couple boards from an eastern red cedar a tree service removed and I milled.

  Another woodworking project of mine from salvaged logs. A white oak bench from a tree removed at a local park.

  A patio set I made from black locust and white oak that was removed for the construction of a barn.

Company Name:   Nelson Company
Contact Name:   Daren Nelson
Location:   Lovington, IL  
Year Founded:   2004
Sq. Footage:   0
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Hardwood Lumber
    Other Wood Products
    Softwood Lumber
    Wood Components

Service Specialties:
    Custom Sawing
    Kiln Drying

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Stationary - T.A. Schmid

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: William Gernert     [02/27/2008]
Do you have any of the walnut or curly maple left? I would need enough to build my daugher a large blanket chest and a highboy for my wife.
Thank you, Bill Gernert

Posted By: Melvin Love     [12/01/2010]
My guess for the unusual wood is boxelder. Also I have standing a pear that is approx 24" dia by 12' nice no limbs for about 10', must come down. Is it worth anything?

Posted By: Galen O'Toole     [09/15/2011]
Hi, do you have any black locust left? I'm trying to find 4/4 or thicker in 5.5' to 6' lengths. Please let me know. Thanks,

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