High-end projects are made simpler with higher-grade hardwoods. Our wide selection of hardwood lumber is comprised of specialized grades that increase the value of your finished product and increase your yield.
Moore Newton maintains a large inventory of domestic and exotic hardwoods, all available in 4/4 through 12/4 thicknesses. Most items are available both in the rough and already surfaced, with unit-quantities on the ground and ready for next-day delivery.
We maintain a mixture of lengths and widths, as well as width sorts, allowing us to provide a spectrum of dimensions and fulfill stock-to-make orders for particular widths and lengths.
We also maintain an inventory of surfaced and dimensional lumber in most species in surfaced and straightlined as well as S4S dimensional stock.Learn more about hardwood properties
We stock the highest grades available for each given specie, typically FAS1F (firsts and seconds) or S&B (select & better). Particularly grade-subjective species, such as Cherry and Walnut, are stocked in proprietary grades sorted for premium color and high heart content.
We spent years developing a hardwood lumber inventory of exceptional grade and appearance. Every container of lumber is checked for quality and appearance, and our full-time NHLA grader ensures that all of our products meet or exceed the grades they are sold under.
In addition to high-grade lumber, Moore Newton also provides “character” grades for rustic and distressed applications, and common grades for smaller cuttings at a more cost effective price.Learn more about NHLA grading rules
Moore Newton only purchases material from mills and manufacturers that demonstrate and practice sustainable forestry practices.
The majority of our lumber mills are FSC® certified, meaning that our customers don’t have to question the integrity of the material they use.
Most of our lumber mills take part in local sustainable forest initiatives and independently certify their forests as sustainable; often having operated for generations, most hardwood lumber mills in the United States have carefully managed their forests over the last century to ensure the lasting operations of their facilities, often demonstrating increased biomass and healthier forests than ever before.Watch sustainable forestry happen in real-time