All of our woodenware is manufactured right here in the USA by a service-disabled Veteran-owned small business. Each piece of woodenware is sourced from trees that are grown and harvested using Certified Sustainable Forestry Initiative practices (click here to learn more).
Using only premium grade Eastern White Pine from New Hampshire, our woodenware product line offers 8 and 10 frame equipment. We also have the ability to work with you on any custom pieces to better fit your individual beekeeping needs and preferences. Premium wood quality, strict grading procedures, and excellent, consistent fit are the key to our woodenware product line.
Only premium grade 3/4″ thick, kiln dried Eastern White Pine (EWP) is used in constructing all boxes and major components of our woodenware. In addition to EWP, we use 3/8″ CDX plywood in our inner and outer covers to ensure strength and durability.
All of our peripheral parts; inners, outers, bottom boards, etc… are assembled with high quality exterior grade wood glue and stapled, nailed or screwed as indicated. Telescoping outer covers are capped with 26-gauge galvanized steel covers sourced from a sheet-metal shop just down the road from where our woodenware is manufactured.
Non-chemically treated Eastern White Cedar, from Maine, helps make our landing boards more moisture and insect resistant than other woods.
Whether you are a backyard beekeeper looking for a hive set up or two, side-liner growing your apiary, club looking for group purchases, or commercial producer replacing equipment by the pallet load, we hope you will consider us for your woodenware needs.