Hardwood Lumber Company specializes in manufacturing quality butcher block countertops and wood countertops. Spanish Cedar butcher block countertops can be custom made to your specifications. We can make Spanish Cedar edge grain butcher block countertops with thickness up to 5" thick, width up to 120" wide and length up to 186" long. Butcher block countertops are available in many other hardwood species. Edge grain butcher block countertops can also be made with mixed wood species. Our butcher block countertops and wood countertops are available unfinished or prefinished. We offer butcher block countertops with the following finish options, acrylic urethane finish, food safe mineral oil finish and poured epoxy finish. We also offer staining with the option of a standard stain color or custom stain matching. Spanish Cedar butcher block countertops and wood countertops can be made with a large selection of edge details ranging from a slight eased edge to decorative classic and ogee edge details. Butcher block countertops and wood countertops are a great choice for kitchens or any other room if you like the natural warmth and beauty of wood. Hardwood Lumber Company edge grain butcher block countertops are made with 1" wide edge grain strips. Solid wood strips go the full length of our butcher block countertops giving them a better appearance and more durability then blended butcher blocks offered by some other butcher block manufacturers where short strips are joined together. Butcher block countertops are also great for island tops, tabletops or bar tops. We now also offer the option for a sink cutout, stove cutout and other custom cuts. Most of our woodworkers are craftsman from the local Amish community.
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.
Spanish Cedar heartwood is a relatively uniform light pinkish to reddish brown, spanish cedar colors tend to darken with age. Random pockets of gum and natural oils are commonly present in Spanish cedar. Spanish Cedar is easy to work with both hand and machine tools. However, due to the low density and softness of Spanish Cedar it tends to leave fuzzy surfaces if not machined with sharp cutters. Extra sanding may be required to obtain a smooth wood surface. We use only the higher quality grades of Spanish Cedar lumber for our products.