Honey Locust Slabs
We start with carefully selected Honey Locust logs from upstate New York. Lumber is stored under cover as it slowly air dries for up to two years. Besides starting out with good quality logs, proper drying is the most important step in quality control.Ask About our Current Selection
Honey locusts produce a high quality, durable wood that polishes well, but the tree does not grow in sufficient numbers to support a bulk industry; however, a niche market exists for honey locust furniture. It is also used for posts and rails due the dense, rot resistant nature of the wood.