This is true Black Walnut, cut in Southern Wisconsin
Several pictures included to give you an idea of how the color ranges
Often times we run out of 10" wide walnut, and so we'll do an edge glueup of narrower boards, to get the 10" width. Most folks prefer that, since a glueup will stay flatter over time. But we certainly understand if your project requires a single 10" wide board. If that's the case, simply drop us a note telling us that glueups are not an option.
Excuse our mess, we're renovating the website.¬† What you see below is a formatting template we're working on.¬† Please disregard this information with regard to this listing.¬† In order to save formatting, it has to be done on a listing, but we're not complete in designing it yet.
This listing is for the size stated in the title and shown in the drop down.¬†¬†
Available Thicknesses: 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4
Available Widths: 1 - 11 inches*
Available Lengths: 12, 16, 24, 36, 45^
* Boards wider than 7" may need to be an edge glue up.¬† If this will not work for you, please email us at Sales@WoodchucksWood.com.
^We can cut any length you need.¬† 48 or 60" are no problem but our site cannot process shipping accurately for these items.¬† Please email us at Sales@WoodchucksWood.com for a custom order.
S2S, S4S upon request in customer notes field at checkout
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Wood is cut at the time of order so we kindly ask up to 10 business days to process an order.¬†
If you need an item sooner, contact us at Sales@WoodchucksWood.com to make a request.¬†
Depending on order size and availability, we can expedite the order for free at times, and with a small fee at other times.¬† This fee covers additional labor we bring in to process the wood ASAP.
Unless specified, we shop multiple carriers and classes of service for the best rate.¬† Typically this is UPS Ground.
You will be notified of shipping with tracking info just before it leaves the shop.
---About Us--- We are a family-owned, Wisconsin-based small business that works with our local Amish community to harvest, dry, and mill most of our lumber.
Exotics are sourced from Wisconsin-based, family-owned vendors.