Clark’s will be closed on Saturday, July 1st for our annual Inventory. We will also be closed on Tuesday, July 4th for Independence Day. We will be open on Monday, July 3rd from 7:30am to 5:00pm! Wednesday, July 5th, we will resume normal business hours.
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 trees are highly regarded for their edible nuts as… Read more »
Where do you find reclaimed wood for your home design project? Whether it’s a renovation or just a matter of adding an antique touch to the décor, you can find reclaimed wood near you in Houston here at Clark’s Hardwood Lumber. Antique barnwood is always popular. A rarer find is mushroomwood, reclaimed from former coal… Read more »
American Black Walnut (Juglans Nigra) is highly prized by woodworkers and furniture makers for its heartwood color of deep chocolate, its distinctive grain patterns, and its superior working characteristics. We recently acquired a load of figured black walnut, each piece exhibiting unique patterns of knots, ripples, swirls, and waves. Clark’s Hardwood Lumber Co. of Houston,… Read more »
A truly unique item has just arrived on our yard. Our most recent shipment of antique barnwood and reclaimed timbers contained about a dozen 4″ x 13″ old growth Douglas Fir timbers that were salvaged from the pontoons of the Portland, Oregon Shipyard Dry Dock #2. These timbers are perfect for rustic mantels and… Read more »
Another new species that we have just added to our exotic wood inventory at Clark’s Hardwood Lumber Co. is quarter sawn makore. Coming from the west coast of Africa, this tree is large and produces logs up to 5 feet in diameter. The heartwood can vary from pink to rich red-brown, or from a pinkish-red… Read more »
We have just received a new truckload of exotic wood and there are so many exciting things to talk about. Several of the species on this load are new to Clark’s Hardwood Lumber Co. The first new species that we would like to introduce is afrormosia. Afrormosia is a medium-sizes hardwood tree growing throughout west… Read more »