Red Oak timbers by Hull Forest Products, frame by South County Post and Beam.
Close-up view of joinery by South County Post and Beam, using Hull Forest Product's Red Red Oak timbers.
View of job showing Hull Red Oak timbers laid out for construction. This frame was assembled by South County Post and Beam.
Red Oak timbers frame this home in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
Red Oak timbers from Hull Forest Products.
Oak timber frame by Hull Forest Products.
Timbers sit in the mill yard at Hull Forest Products, awaiting delivery. We are able to mill timbers up to 26 feet long.
Our timber sizer allows us to surface timbers up to 16” tall and 24” wide—huge pieces of wood—on four sides in one pass.
Our oak timbers were used by the town of Warwick, Massachusetts in 2010 to replace an older bridge in town.
Interior view of a timber home framed with Hull Forest Products White Oak timbers. This home was built by Northern Lights Timber Framing of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo courtesy of Clark Bremer at Northern Lights.
Our New England Red Oak grows slowly, with more growth rings per inch, meaning these timbers are exceptionaly dense and strong.
Another view of a timber frame home with our oak timbers and flooring, Mansfield, Massachusetts.
We made the Connecticut grown Red Oak timbers and wide plank Hickory flooring (over radiant heat) for this Union, Connecticut home.
Our Red Oak timbers were used by Uptack Timber Framing of Groveton, Massachusetts, to construct this home. We love it when our products stay local!
Our White Oak timbers were used to build this home on the St. Lawrence Seaway in Quebec.
Interior view of a Quebec timber frame home made from our White Oak timbers.