Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #1 by bryant77 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:49 am

I'm looking for a hardwood supplier anyone who can point me to the right direction?

I will be needing 2" x 12" x 48 or 2"x14" x 48 solid wood for stair planks.

Iroko (african teak) is out of my budget.
Narra - 2nd Choice.
Mahogany or other hardwood

Tanguile (local wood) - anytime I can get this but it's out on the list.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #2 by balarila » Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:19 am

For mahogany, I get mine from Rose Industries on Pioneer Street in Mandaluyong. But they sell them "wet". You'll have to look for a kiln to dry them; e.g. Willy Fernando's.

I have a friend who has a lot of surplus mahogany, already kiln-dried, when he built his house. But he already sliced them into 1-inch thick each. You can always glue :). If this is an option for you, I can send you his contact info. I think he's willing to sell them at cost of the wood plus drying.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #3 by timber715 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 11:04 am

How many do you need?
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #4 by bryant77 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:09 pm

timber715 wrote:How many do you need?


23 pcs - 2" x 12" x 48" (standard 12") better if 14" available.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #5 by ernieserrano » Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:20 am

narra if im not mistaken will still set you back 340 pesos per brd ft last time i checked
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #6 by balarila » Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:34 am

ernieserrano wrote:narra if im not mistaken will still set you back 340 pesos per brd ft last time i checked


Whoa! For that price, I suggest you contact Willy Fernando. He may have some Irokos that could cost less.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #7 by Ricky » Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:33 pm

Bryan sent you text earlier, may kasabay ako sa site na mangangahoy hehe. Sent you his no.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #8 by Ricky » Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:44 pm

Joey here you go

M.v. Samera enterprises c/o marcelo samera
Tel no. 286-1970 cp no. 0922-868-7794, 0929-5751172
mvsameraenterprises.com

Sabi nya marami sya stock, sya incharge sa wood sa site ko ngayon.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #9 by bryant77 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:07 pm

Finally we got hardwood planks for stair.

Guijo - 2" x 12" x 48", We got it for P1500/planks or P187.50/bdft. I don't know if its a fair price for the wood but we got the good quality. We rejected few pieces with crack & chip-off.

The planks sides are exposed even the bottom. It's seated on 2" x 2" x 5mm angle bar and will be screw from the bottom. Dry fitting the guijo planks.
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Salamat sa mga contacts ng hardwood supplier. I will keep those for future projects.
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Re: Looking for Hardwood Supplier

Unread post #10 by Joey » Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:26 am

bryant77 wrote:Finally we got hardwood planks for stair.

Guijo - 2" x 12" x 48", We got it for P1500/planks or P187.50/bdft. I don't know if its a fair price for the wood but we got the good quality. We rejected few pieces with crack & chip-off.

The planks sides are exposed even the bottom. It's seated on 2" x 2" x 5mm angle bar and will be screw from the bottom. Dry fitting the guijo planks.
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Salamat sa mga contacts ng hardwood supplier. I will keep those for future projects.


that good to hear sir bryan. kiln dried naba sir?
would you mind sharing your supplier?
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