• Client: Rogers Collimore
  • Project Start: September 17, 2015
  • Project End: February 17, 2016
  • Company: Jackson Limited
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“Absolutely amazing service, very accommodating guys who will work with you to get you exactly what you need for your project. And the selection is absolutely amazing.”

“Great selection of woods I have never seen before and the prices seem very fair. Only sold me what I wanted, cut to size, not a huge piece.”

“I have only wonderful things to say about Anderson Lumber. Fred was very helpful when we walked in; available for questions but not bothersome. We were lucky enough to wander to the back and run into Jon. He was extemely friendly, and gave us a ton of advice before we had even committed to buying anything. Given how helpful Jon was, and obviously skilled (we were surrounded by his work) we elected to have him build our tabletop. It was an excellent decision. The result was a beautiful finished hickory tabletop. As an engineer I appreciate the attention to detail. The end grains were alternated to create a wave pattern. It’s apparent that this was planned ahead of time because you can see that the planks were sawed on their top/bottoms in an alternating fashion to make sure the bits the blade spits out all ended up on the bottom. Our next project with Jon is a swing! Stop by and check them out, or write him an email, he’s very responsive.”