Who put that tree there?
What's the framing lumber of choice in your neck of the woods? Here in NJ/NY we exclusively stock Douglas Fir which travels to us by rail car all the way across the country ~3,000 miles. Of course we also supply engineered LVL, I-Joists, treated plates, etc., but what do you love, or hate to work with when framing?
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Satodà is an artisan company based in Mamoiada, Sardinia, which works mainly with wood, designing and building furniture items characterized by a high degree of innovation.
Starting from the love for artisanship and for his own family (in fact “Satodà” is an acronym of the name of the owner with that of his wife and son) for over fifteen years Sandro creates items designed entirely by himself. At first for Sandro Cadinu this was only a personal creative interest, but it soon became, with passion and perseverance, his main activity.
Find their products on: www.madeinitalystore.me