We are here to create your unique vision using reclaimed exotic wood for your home or business.View Gallery›
We offer reclaimed local-exotic wood form San Diego. Raw material, straight line, organic cuts, sanded and waxed.View Gallery›
Full-Service Wood Shop
We offer the following services for local makers.View Gallery›
We offer milling at $95 an hour, ½ hr minimum. $20 charge each time we hit metal. Up to 3 ft wide and 16 ft long.
We offer shop use at $95 an hour, 1/2 hr min. Our craftsmen will give you an hour of their time for your projects, big or small. Table Saw, Bandmill, Planer, Sander, etc. By appointment.
Kiln Drying & Sterilizing
Sterilizing offered at $200. Drying $.75/ft. 4/4 stock is $400. 8/4 10/4 stock is $600. Full load $600. 975 board ft max load. Lead Times 3-4 week leadtime is typical. *For extra thick materials requiring extended drying times, an additional charge applies.
What Our Clients Say
We have worked with SDUT to reclaim some of the many Eucalyptus trees that have been cut down on the UCSD campus. They have transformed this lumber, originally planted 100 years ago by the Santa Fe Railroad, into beautifully crafted benches which have been installed by them in the very groves from whence they came. Dan and Jess have done more than fabricate beautiful furniture. They have worked with us on all aspects of design, and have coordinated their work with the campus administration and with contractors to achieve a great result that will remain to be appreciated by many generations of students and the general public.
From the first conversation with Jess, I knew I was going to work with them. She and Dan have this positive and wide open view of the possibilities that can be created from raw wood and reclaimed lumber. She and Dan were so excited about both of my projects. We worked as a creative team to envision my projects. I got to pick my wood. They were so awesome as artists, as stewards of the earth, as experts of their craft and as human beings. They delivered on time and worked with my budget. The results are pieces that make people ask “Where did you get this?” They are my most favorite possessions.