Hardwood Molding
Newbie

Beech Bluff, TN

#1 Jun 21, 2012
I just bought a place here on the river and was wondering if there was anywhere to get real hardwood moldings. I'm needing to replace some of the trim and possibly cover some walls with some type of hardwood. I have looked in phone book and on line and there is only a couple places that seem to either only do flooring or they don't sell to the public. I can get it in Arkansas, but I really don't want to have to haul it that far. Does anyone know anywhere local (within 30-40 miles of Birdsong). Any help would be appreciated.
Farmer John

Jackson, TN

#2 Jun 21, 2012
Welcome to the area, Newbie.

The one place I can think of that should be able to help you is on the hwy 70 bypass between Birdsong Rd and Old Hwy 69. Headed west on the bypass, it will be on the left just before you get to Old 69. I think the name of it used to be Webb Hardwood, but pretty sure the Webbs sold the business. Last time I was by there about a month ago they were still in business.

They've been there for close to 20 years now and have always had a very good reputation for turning out a quality product.
contractor

Beech Bluff, TN

#3 Jun 21, 2012
Newbie wrote:
I just bought a place here on the river and was wondering if there was anywhere to get real hardwood moldings. I'm needing to replace some of the trim and possibly cover some walls with some type of hardwood. I have looked in phone book and on line and there is only a couple places that seem to either only do flooring or they don't sell to the public. I can get it in Arkansas, but I really don't want to have to haul it that far. Does anyone know anywhere local (within 30-40 miles of Birdsong). Any help would be appreciated.
Yes. I have been a contractor for nearly 20 years. If you are looking for hardwood items, you can't go wrong with the place on the bypass. I think it is called river wood or river hardwood or something like that. I have done business with the new owners several times and they are always very helpful. I will say that I think the majority of what they do is for large wholesale accounts but they will and do sell to the public. Since the ownership changed they seem to be much busier and are keeping less in stock but I guess I can understand that with the local economy. However, they have always done what was necessary to get me what I needed for my projects and you can't beat the quality and price! Hope this helps.

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Deerwood Park Ivuree Towur

#4 Jun 26, 2012
contractor wrote:
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Yes. I have been a contractor for nearly 20 years. If you are looking for hardwood items, you can't go wrong with the place on the bypass.
That place is a grate playce to by wood. Whenn we git the go ahead to strat biuldin at Deerwood we wheel be byin produckt from them.

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