Quality lumber that meets your needs and expectations.
The selection of products manufactured by GF Hardwoods are not only of the highest quality, but are also available in a variety of options to ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for. With top-of-the-line materials, cutting-edge production technologies and a highly qualified team, we guarantee complete satisfaction.
GF Hardwoods produces approximately 20 million board feet of kiln-dried Appalachian hardwood lumber annually in thicknesses from 4/4 to 8/4 in eight different species and lengths from 6′-16′. We work closely with Moss Sawmills, our support company, to ensure that we have the lumber species and thickness to meet our customers’ needs.
At any given time, we may have as much as 900,000 board feet of lumber in our dry kilns. GF Hardwoods is prepared for the future and remains committed to serving our customers and the hardwood lumber industry for decades to come.
Ash has light to almost white sapwood and the heartwood varies from a gray to a light brown in color.
Cherry consists of rich red color in the heartwood with pale shades of sapwood.
The variation of color makes this a perfect hardwood for a clear finish.
Soft Maple much like its counterpart Hard Maple, Soft Maple carries a lot of the same qualities with its texture and grain with a gray to almost silver sapwood and very little contrast to the grayish heartwood.
Hard Maple is superb for cabinet application with its pronounced grain and smooth texture.
Light cream colored to almost white sapwood is perfect for clear finishes.
Poplar has a creamy white sapwood to a wide range of heartwood that can range anywhere from yellow to a deep green to olive in color the variations in color make this great for almost any application.
Red Oak- A staple in the Appalachian region. Red Oak's pinkish color and deep pronounced grain have been the go to for hardwood flooring for decades not to mention stair treads and trim.
If you are looking for a wood with lots of character and durability this is the hardwood for you with a light to nearly white colored sapwood and contrast to a dark brown heartwood.
White Oak is another constant in the Appalachian region few can match. The wheat colored sapwood and pronounced grain make this one of my all time favorites.
DRY KILN STORAGE
All lumber is stored in a dry, moisture controlled building to ensure your lumber stays at it's peak.
Delivery on covered trailers
Information cards on each pack
Loads with multiple species
We have our own fleet of semis and trailers to deliver your lumber on time, every time.