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Ash is one of the most common types of wood you can find and purchase in the United States. This is for a variety of reasons, such as the notion that ash is extremely strong and resilient.

In its natural essence, ash has a coarse texture that ensures it remains durable through many years. This means that you won’t have to worry about rigorously maintaining your ash live edge wood slabs or furniture pieces as they age, which can be great for time and budget. In addition to being extremely durable, ash is actually shock resistant. This makes it a phenomenal wood option for outdoor projects, such as decks and shelters.

Aside from the durability of ash, it is one of the most aesthetically pleasing types of wood on the market. This is mainly due to its subtle and classic design appeal that allows owners to do virtually whatever they want with their ash live edge slabs. While ash wood has the potential to range from extremely light to medium in color with different variations of cool and warm tones, most of the ash wood we receive tends to be lighter with cooler hues, which is great for minimalistic and modern design appeals. These design qualities pair greatly with our live edge slab kiln drying technique, which captures the natural essence that is essential to lumber.

Since ash wood is extremely versatile, it is one of the best wood options for people who want to integrate live edge wood into different elements of their home. For example, ash makes a phenomenal countertop, as well as a statement piece, such as a coffee table. You can even use smaller ash slabs for do-it-yourself projects.

Regardless of the design or size of your project, our ash wood slabs offer a phenomenal option! For more information about our ash and other live edge lumber we have for sale, call us today at (317) 448-6662!

1 review for Ash

  1. Anthony Sousa

    I am a custom furniture maker for a living. I have bought wood from all around the state dried in various different fashions and I have yet to find wood more consistently dry, flat and easy to work with than this Ash. I typically purchase wood at least 1/4” thicker than what I finish at. With the Ash I’ve purchased from Hood Farms and Sawmill I finish at the most 1/8” less than the rough cut thickness. It’s amazing bang for the buck and the wood never moves after being milled. I have to say, vacuum kiln drying is the way to go. It makes my life easier and my work more efficient.

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