Hardwood Lumber Company specializes in manufacturing quality custom-made wide plank (face grain) countertops and wood countertops. All of our Rustic Hickory wood countertops and wood table tops are custom-made to your specifications at our manufacturing facility in Ohio. Custom wide plank countertops are made using random width planks that run the full length of our wide plank (face grain) countertop. Hardwood Lumber Company wide plank (face grain) countertops and wood countertops do not have any butt joints or finger joints. Custom wide plank countertops are made with board face turned up (flat grain). We can make custom Rustic Hickory wide plank countertops up to 1-3/4” thick, 72'' wide and 186" long. Wide plank (face grain) countertops and wood countertops also make great wood desktops and wood table tops. Hardwood Lumber Company wood countertops and wood table tops can be purchased with poured epoxy finish, acrylic urethane finish or mineral oil finish. We offer a choice of clear finish or choose from a large selection of stain color options. We also offer unfinished wood countertops if you decide to finish your own wood countertop or wood table top. We offer custom sink cutouts and stove cutouts or any other custom cuts on all wood countertops we make. Make sure you check out the large selection of edge details we can apply to our wood countertops and wood table tops. Most of our woodworkers are craftsman from the local Amish community providing great attention to quality and detail at every step of the manufacturing process. Wood countertops will add warmth to any kitchen or dining room not achievable with other countertop materials.
All wood countertop sizes are custom made to order. Our countertops are sanded and maintained perfectly on top, while the bottom is left in a potentially rough state, untouched, because when installed, it will never be visible. Wood Countertops ship within four to six weeks.
Hickory is the hardest, heaviest and strongest American wood. The sapwood of hickory is white, tinged with inconspicuous fine brown lines while the heartwood is pale to reddish brown. Hickory is coarse-textured and the grain is fine, usually straight but can be wavy or irregular. The wood can be sanded to a good finish. Hickory grain pattern welcomes a full range of medium-to-dark finishes. We use only the higher quality grades of hickory lumber for our products.