Custom Cut Solid Wood Beams

WOOD BEAMS

THEY'RE HOW WE GOT OUR START 

OVER 60 YEARS AGO!

WE'VE BEEN CUTTING WOOD BEAMS FOR OVER 60 YEARS!


It's how we got our start, cutting beams for wood bridges and pipeline skidding for the oil field industry. 

Today, wood bridges are rare, but our beams can still be found in the oil field industry and on many commercial, civil, and residential architectural projects. Our wood beams can be found around the country, from the highest end architectural projects in University Park in Dallas, to the post holding up your neighbors outdoor kitchen. We're proud of the beams we cut, and we're always eager to see how our client's creativity is channeled through them. 

We can help you find what you want and what you need when it comes to wood beams, take a look below for a few of the species we offer: 

Wood species available: 

  • Cypress, 
  • Eastern Red Cedar, 
  • Red Oak, 
  • White Oak, 
  • Post Oak, 
  • Aromatic Cedar, 
  • Douglas Fir, 
  • Western Cedar, 
  • Reclaimed Heart Pine, 
  • Yellow Pine.

WE'VE GOT THEM ALL. 

Surface options

  • Circle Sawn
  • Band Sawn
  • Hand Hewn 
  • Planed 
  • Sand Blasted
  • Wire Brushed     

Usage:

  • Porch posts
  • Pipe Skidding
  • Bridge timbers
  • Wood truss members
  • Girders
  • Pergolas

Check out our wood beam gallery!


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It's hard to beat a custom cut, solid wood beam.

You can find some of the beams we keep in stock below, with a few images. If you'd like to see more, follow the links about to our galleries for even more photos of our wood beams. 

Have questions about our wood beams?

Please email us or give us a call.

With over two hundred years combined experience in the wood industry, we've got you covered. So give us a call or send us an email and we'll fix you up!

WOOD IS UNIVERSALLY BEAUTIFUL TO MAN. IT IS THE MOST HUMANLY INTIMATE OF ALL MATERIALS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, AMERICAN ARCHITECT