Carson’s Manufacturing Process
A pair of benches showcases John Carson’s process in a refined light. Layered planks of green maple wood imitate the stacking technique used at Carson’s Lumbermill to dry freshly cut lumber. The separating wooden bars between
Custom sawing services allows customers with their own logs to be sawn to meet their specific needs. Carson’s also mills their own lumber to maintain a stock of lumber available for purchase as well. Currently, Carson’s is on their fourth Woodmizer since opening in 1986.
The dehumidification kiln, built by John himself 20 years ago, allows for Carson’s to offer kiln dried lumber for indoor projects or for customers to dry their own lumber.
Carson’s manufacters custom hardwood flooring, trims, and moldings, performing every step of the process from beginning to end onsite.