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post #21 of 24 Old 01-21-2015, 02:25 PM
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You might live in a forest however if you make your widow sash out of freshly milled green wood you will be asking for trouble. You would have to find a mill with a dry kiln in order to get some good wood to use immediately. It looks like you might be around 100 miles fro Louisville. Maybe there is a hardwood lumber company there that will deliver that far.
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If you don't have anyone local, there's always online (http://www.woodworkerssource.com/Oak_White.html). I've personally never used them, but that may be your only choice.
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My project is restoring two Victorian houses. I haven't found it uncommon that the bottom sash are rotted at the corners. Every house of that age I've looked through has the problem -- maybe Indiana is just home for the.
You didn't say where in IN but that's a start.Try contacting Koetter Woodworking They are in Borden.I have done lots of business with them and they are straight up.
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Memphis Hardwood Lumber in Memphis NY has both 8/4 and 12/4 white oak in stock according to their inventory / price list on their web site. They do ship.

Note that they normally stock rough material that needs to be dressed to S4S.

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