Yellow PineYellow Pine

Long Leaf Yellow Pine is extremely easy to work with as it works well with most tools. It is most commonly used for construction. view photos

White PineWhite Pine

White pine is creamy white or a pale straw color but pine wood which has aged many years tends to darken to a deep rich tan. view photos

Douglas FirDouglas Fir

Douglas fir is one of the world’s best timber producers and yields more timber than any other tree in North America. view photos

Live Edge SlabsLive Edge Slabs

This wood comes from a natural cut of wood that keeps the unique lines of the tree trunk along one or two of its edges. view photos

Barn BoardBarn Board

This wood comes in varying shades of gray and brown and has a ‘worn, but warm’ patina as a result of exposure. view photos

Founded in 1933, M. Fine Lumber Company has been recycling lumber in New York City for over 75 years. We are the leading supplier of reclaimed wood in the tri-state area, servicing architects, designers and the general public with locally salvaged lumber.

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