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Sawmill questions

In modern times, sawmills are where massive amounts of raw lumber is produced into usable wooden boards and planks. Simply put, a log is entered at one end and a board is removed at the other. Sawmills do this by utilizing a variety of different saws, like band saws and circular saws which make the main cuts into the lumber. The wood is further trimmed into usable material by resaws until it fits the proper dimensions.

  • Where can I find a sawmill
    Most large sawmills are located by large forests. If you happen to live in a highly forested area, then you probably have commercial sawmills within driving distance. However, not everyone has a sawmills close by, but can find their products and local home improvement and builder supply shops. Furthermore, another option to consider is a small local sawmill. Most towns do have local sawmills. If you have a tree fallen down that you would like cut up into lumber, a sawmill can do that.

  • If I have a fallen tree, do I need to use a sawmill?
    No, not unless you want to reuse the lumber. If you don't care about the lumber, then you can simply cut up the tree with a chainsaw and discard the logs.

  • What about portable sawmills?
    A portable sawmill is a small device that can cut up logs just like a regular sized sawmill. It is sold in some stores and able to used by a homeowner. If your land has a lot of trees, or you have a special interest in woodworking with hardwoods that are hard to find, a portable sawmill would likely be a good investment.
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    J B Sawmill & Land Clearing Write review for this local business
    26 Fruit St, Hopkinton, MA 01748
    (508) 435-6877  
    J B Sawmill & Land Clearing Write review for this local business
    36 Fruit St, Hopkinton, MA 01748
    (508) 435-6877  
    Esty Ralph A & Sons Inc Write review for this local business
    441 Main St, Groveland, MA 01834
    (978) 374-0333  
    Coolidge Farm Write review for this local business
    183 Berlin Rd, Bolton, MA 01740
    (978) 779-6633  
    Williams R D Sawmill Write review for this local business
    65 Wareham St, Carver, MA 02330
    (508) 866-4773  
    Brightman Lumber Co Write review for this local business
    181 S Main St, Assonet, MA 02702
    (508) 644-2620  
    Muskrat Saw Mill Write review for this local business
    46 E Howland Rd, East Freetown, MA 02717
    (508) 763-4542  
    Gurney's Saw Mill Inc Write review for this local business
    8 Gurney Rd, East Freetown, MA 02717
    (508) 763-2502  
    Delano Jos K Sawmill Inc Write review for this local business
    158 Cross Rd, North Dartmouth, MA 02747
    (508) 994-8752  
    Rand Lumber Co Inc Write review for this local business
    511 Wallis Rd, Rye, NH 03870
    (603) 436-4438  
    Winsor Forest Products Write review for this local business
    55 Winsor Rd, Foster, RI 02825
    (401) 647-2755  
    Sanford Tree Experts Write review for this local business
    14 Crandall Rd, Tiverton, RI 02878
    (401) 624-6302  
    Cataumet Sawmill Write review for this local business
    494 Thomas B Landers Rd, East Falmouth, MA 02536
    (508) 457-9239  
    Lincoln Wood Products Write review for this local business
    172 South Rd, Exeter, RI 02822
    (401) 295-8772  
    Pike Charles E & Sons Write review for this local business
    311 Providence Tpke, Hampton, CT 06247
    (860) 455-9968  
    Rossi Sawmill Write review for this local business
    111 Ziegler Rd, Hampton, CT 06247
    (860) 423-2447  
    Native Lumber Co Write review for this local business
    260 Mill Valley Rd, Belchertown, MA 01007
    (413) 323-4831  
    Clough Dale Write review for this local business
    1151 Long St, Concord, NH 03303
    (603) 648-2586  
    Taylor Rental Write review for this local business
    40 Fort Hill Rd, Groton, CT 06340
    (860) 445-5998  
    Clark's Lumber Company Write review for this local business
    118 South Hemlock Road, Charlestown , NH 03603
    (603) 826-7754  
    Northeast Timber Exchange Write review for this local business
    45 Rockingham St, Bellows Falls, VT 05101
    (802) 463-1938  

    Working in a sawmill can be a very demanding and rewarding job to get involved with. Since there are a number of saw mill facilities across the country that process hard wood, large logs, and timber, there is a steady need for professionals in this field. You may not be aware that saw mills use a variety of chain, circular and portable band saws to cut logs and timber into boards, vertical trim and planks. These flat and cylinder-shaped wood products are used by all kinds of manufacturers all over the world.

    If you are interested in working in a saw mill, you should know that a certain degree of personal training is imperative for this line of work. After all, you will be using bladed saws with very sharp edges on a daily basis. It is important to know your way around portable saw mill equipment, cutting machine accessories, and mobile tools used to cut, split and shape hard boards. Workers are used to working with both manual and hydraulic tools of all types and capacities.

    Typically, saw mill workers first train on the job under experienced professionals in order to learn more about mini saw tools, vertical lumber processing, and cutting trim or planks of wood by the yard. There is certainly an important safety process that goes along with this unique profession.

    It is probable that you will have to work with a number of other saw mill experts when you get involved with this line of work. After all, it takes a significant group of workers to process high volumes of hard woods and large logs effectively.




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