Native Texas Pecan Special is Sold Out

UPDATE: THIS SPECIAL IS NOW OUT OF STOCK (8/23/17) Our latest internet special is 1 x 6 S4S native Texas pecan. In fact, pecan is the state tree of Texas. Pecan (Carya illionoensis) is a species of the hickory tree found in the southern part of the United States, west of the Mississippi River. Pecan… Read more »

Beautiful Wood At Clark’s

I just had to share this picture. Everyday I get to see the most beautiful wood come out of our mill here at Clark’s. This particular order contained afrormosia, aromatic cedar, hard maple, poplar, East Indian rosewood, ribbon stripe sapele, teak and walnut! On another note (sort of), we received a shipment of exotics this… Read more »

New Shipment Of Exotic Hardwoods

We have just received a new shipment of exotic hardwoods. They are currently being checked in and will be available for you to purchase in the very near future. Come down soon to get the best selection of these hard to find exotic hardwoods. This shipment includes the following species: bocote, canarywood, cocobolo, goncalo alves,… Read more »

Ipe Decking

Ipe Decking in stock 1 x 4 1 x 6 5/4 x 6 5/4 x 6 with groove 2 x 6 4 x 4   Ipe (pronounced “ee-pay”), also called Brazilian walnut, is a beautiful hardwood from the Tabebuia tree, which is native to the American tropics and subtropics from Mexico to Argentina.  Ipe wood structures are… Read more »

Texas Aromatic Cedar

Some woods, like people, are beautiful but hard to get. Clark’s Hardwood Lumber Co. makes it our mission to source out these particular woods and to offer them to you at competitive prices. Our latest offering in this category is 4/4 Texas Aromatic Cedar in 12″ widths. Lengths are running 8′ to 10′ on this… Read more »

4/4 and 8/4 Lacewood

We have just received a new shipment of 4/4 and 8/4 Lacewood. It is beautiful and going fast. (Unloading courtesy of Jerry Davis III)

Antique Barnwood

We have just received a truckload of antique barnwood with the remnants of the barn’s original red paint still on the wood. The barn was constructed in 1908 in Outagamie County, Wisconsin by Amish craftsmen. The barn was dismantled earlier this year and the wood is available now, from us, to use in your next… Read more »