Sometimes no matter how well you plan a few gifts on your Christmas list slip through the cracks. If someone on your list is a woodworker than we’re about to make your search for the perfect last minute gift a little easier.
At TimberTown, our mission has always been to add value to our customers and make it as easy as possible for them to get their projects done right, on time, and on budget. Since our store locations can’t be open 24/7, we improved the one piece of TimberTown that’s open…more
Children at the Helping Hand Home residential treatment center in Austin, TX learn new skills and try new things during each summer’s Discovery Time. This year, TimberTown brought a building project that required teamwork and a little creativity.
So your wood deck is turning gray. Like the the hair on your head, watching your deck turn gray can be a little scary. Graying comes with age, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to start over. Here’s what you need to know about a wood deck graying.…more
Fifty years after it rolled off the line, this C10 Chevy Apache Pickup received a restoration that will last a lifetime, thanks to a father/son team. We were proud to be a part of the finishing touches of this fully restored classic.
Redwood. Cedar. A battle for the ages in the decking and outdoor lumber industry. Who has what it takes to come out on top? To help us decide, we went to the source. For cedar, specifically western red cedar, we turned to the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (realcedar.com)…more
While owning a nearly one hundred year old home on the harsh Oregon coast, the time finally came to replace the rotted covered front porch deck and stairs. This was 1999 and a brand new product was just making its way into the decking and railing industry. Here’s…more