Haselton is an established brand and household name for contractors in the Adirondacks, one that connotes quality, service, and unmatched response time. This stable foundation provides opportunity and a platform for growth and expansion into new markets.
We are different from other timber and lumber yards - we guarantee the quality of each piece that leaves our Wilmington headquarters. Never ones to cut corners, never ones to say no to a project, no matter how big or small, we will pledge our assistance and team to the success of every project that comes through our yard.
Below are some links to valuable online building contractor resources. Haselton Lumber Co. is dedicated to providing our contractors with exceptional products and service. We understand that our success is based on the success of our customers, and we work hard to help you increase your business. We're committed to ensuring that your order is delivered on time and is correct, right down to the last 2x4.
We know that keeping your customers satisfied is your first priority! So at Haselton Lumber Company, we make it ours too!
Haselton Lumber Business Credit Application (PDF)
DimensionCalc Wood detailing tool to help qualified professional designers estimate and account for dimensional change in new building construction. Wood shrinks when it dries and swells when it becomes wet. This online utility constitutes a quick and easy reference tool for calculating wood member dimensional changes due to changes in moisture contents. From the Canadian Wood Council.
SpanCalc 2002 This online utility provides a convenient reference for spans for common species of Canadian and U.S. dimension lumber, fully in accord with United States building codes and Federal Housing Administration [FHA] requirements. The information provided by this utility applies only in the United States. There is also a portable version available for download. From the Canadian Wood Council.
BoardFoot Calc One board foot is the nominal quantity of lumber derived from a piece of rough green lumber 1 inch thick and 1 foot wide by 1 foot long. The Board Foot Calc calculates lumber quantities in various units of measure based on dimensions and length entered. From the Canadian Wood Council.