Alderfer Lumber, hardwood distributor, launches enhanced website

Some of the available live edge slabs from Alderfer Lumber.

Photo By Alderfer Lumber

PLEASANT MILLS, Penn, -- Alderfer Lumber launched a new website that allows people to use filters to find the specific slab dimensions they require, and allow them to filter by wood species, length, width, thickness, and more.  

According to the company, every slab is unique and inventoried independently with photos of both the front and back. The inventory changes every day so people can always find new inventory for a variety of projects

More than 1,000 slabs are online at any given time. The website gives visitors quotes for shipping from two different carriers (when available) to their location for that exact piece of wood. New items were added to product offers such as reclaimed mantles.

While inventories vary, the company offers a wide range of hardwood species, including Ash, Black Walnut, Box Elder. Cedar, Cherry, Hickory, Locust, Maple, Mahogany, Pine, Red Oak, Sycamore, and White Oak.

Live edge slabs are also available in Ash, Black Walnut, Catalpa, Cherry, Cedar, Elm, Box Elder, Hickory, Locust, Maple,  Mulberry, Pecan, Pine (Softwood), Red Oak, Sycamore, and White Oak.

To see a price list, click here or, to learn more about the company, click here



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