Meeting our client’s needs is a top priority at W.R. Robinson. Whether you order 500′ or 30,000′ of material, we offer shipping to anywhere in the United States.
WIDE PINE FLOORING
Our wide pine flooring is available in a variety of sizes and grades with nationwide delivery options.
BARN & SHED SIDING
Shiplap pine siding is available in a wide range of lengths, widths and grades for all your particular needs.
BEAMS & TIMBERS
White Pine and Hemlock are available for beams and timbers often used for garages, barns and sheds.
Interior paneling in a variety of sizes, grades and patterns is perfect for walls, ceilings, and much more.
W.R. Robinson Lumber Company has been in business in central Massachusetts for over 40 years. It’s founder, Bill Robinson, began logging in the early 1960’s and soon started making lumber with a portable sawmill he moved to each wood lot.
In the early 1970’s, a permanent sawmill location was established in the town of Hardwick, Massachusetts, where the mill still stands today. Along with the sawmill are two dry kilns, a planing operation and an 11,000 square foot retail building stocked with a variety of different sizes and patterns of Eastern White Pine products.
Although many may not think of Massachusetts as a timber-producing region, Robinson Lumber’s sawmill sits in some of the best White Pine timber country in the Northeast. The majority of it’s timber is harvested within a 25 mile radius of the sawmill and many woodlots are managed so we can re-harvest again within 10-15 years.
The company has grown significantly over time but remains a family business at heart. Bill’s sons, Bill Jr. and Ken now run the business along with several lifetime employees. Their personal touch, combined with their vast industry knowledge will make your experience at Robinson Lumber first rate.
W.R. Robinson Lumber Co. Shipping Eastern White Pine for Over 40 Years. Shipping available across the United states. Shipping and Delivery for low prices.
W.R. Robinson Lumber Projects
Family owned and operated by the Robinsons’. Their personal touch, combined with a vast knowledge of the industry will make your experience at Robinson Lumber second to none.
WR Robinson FAQ
Q- Can you blindnail wide pine flooring?
A- Wide pine flooring really should be face nailed, due to the width of the boards, face nailing will keep the flooring in place
Q- What is the difference between Shiplap and Tongue and Groove?
A- The difference between shiplap and T&G is that the shiplap will basically just overlap on the edges with a 1/2″ overlap, where the T&G will actually “interlock” on the edges where the boards are joined together.
Q- What percentage should I add to my square footage that I have to cover?
A- We recommend that you add 15% to your square footage to get the board footage, this will make up for waste, and also will make up for the fact that the board will not cover the full width afetr it is milled, for example a 1×10″ T&G board will actually cover 8 7/8″ after the milling process.
“I have dealt with Robinson Lumber for 20+ years, and enjoy our working relationship.You can’t beat the hospitality from the guys in the retail department, or the service they provide! Excellent all the way around.”
“Good quick delivery, very nice people to deal with, everything was delivered in good condition with high quality”.
“This took too long to write but I wanted to say Thanks. Your company supplied the siding for my barn project, and you were a pleasure to deal with. The right advice, the right material, and the right price, all wrapped up and protected from the weather. Just what I needed. I could not of asked for more.”
“Order arrived and wood is acclimatizing in room as we get prepared to install. Nice job on packaging. Shipper was great. Not a scratch on the box. They were more than helpful. We unpacked it on the dock and loaded into P/U. Wood is more than we wished. Thanks again for your help in getting this done. We will be ordering again and it will certainly be from your firm. R/L freight will also be our choice. In my business our biggest hassle with common carriers is damaged goods especially when it comes to odd sized loads. They make good on the claims but the heartache and scheduling problems far outweigh the extra cost if it was shipped with a reliable carrier. With all that said Thanks again for your professional attention throughout the process. A refreshing change from business as usual. God Bless have a great day.”
“I had purchased some wide plank flooring a few months back. Well I must say this was the best lumber to work with ever. My boards ranged from 12″ to 20″ and every one was straight no cupping no twisting just unbelievable. You guys hit it out of the park thanks.”