Archive for the ‘B&B Heartwoods’ Category

Red Oak Table Top

November 28, 2015

Metzgers Red Oak Table Top

Red Oak Table Top made for Metzger’s German Restaurant

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Here’s a link to a recent article that was in annarbor.com.

September 8, 2011

We were delighted when the reporter from AnnArbor.com called and asked to interview us. Unfortunately we were not able to proof-read the article before it was published.

We do not have a dry kiln and we are not a sawmill. We purchase our rough-sawn, kiln-dried, select grade hardwood lumber from major Michigan wholesalers.

 

http://www.annarbor.com/home-garden/b-b-heartwoods-kiln-dries-and-custom-mills-wood-for-homebuilders-artists-and-pasta-makerss/

B&B Heartwoods, Inc.

February 11, 2011

The 1940’s Dairy Barn

February 11, 2011

The 1940’s dairy barn was restored, remodeled, and stores the large selection of select, kiln-dried hardwoods. The lumber is stacked neatly in rows with labels. The calf pens in the back of the barn are used to store hardwood shorts. Unique pieces of lumber are stored through-out the barn. Barn boards, barn beams, mantels, huge slabs of wood, re-cycled redwood wine vat wood and hardwood rippings, are part of the inventory.

Enter B&B Heartwoods, Inc.

February 11, 2011

B&B Heartwoods, Inc. was established in 1985 to satisfy an increasing demand for quality hardwoods and offer custom millwork. A timberframe office with white oak beams, knotty pine ceiling, maple flooring, cherry trim, white oak staircase and a soapstone fireplace give customers a warm feeling when they visit.

The Woodworking Shop

February 11, 2010

The woodworking shop at B&B Heartwoods, Inc. includes a dust collection system, a 36″ panel sander, a straight-line rip saw, 24″ planer, 18″ jointer, moulder, table saw, band saw and radial arm saw.

The shop windows and doors are trimmed with basswood. The recycled windows let in natural light and add to the brightness.