A PRODUCT THAT SHOWS

A COMMITMENT TO SERVICE

Our 10 acre facility utilizes both modern and traditional technologies in tandem with a precision focused team. The result is a product that reflects the beautiful, strong, and resilient nature of a timber product.

OUR PROCESS

1. Source quality softwoods

With partner relationships spanning over 25 years, Boone Lumber is always stocked with an abundance of high quality timbers no matter the project requirements. This abundant stock ensures fast delivery once your order is placed.

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2. Place order

With more than 50 years of combined industry experience, our knowledgeable sales staff is here to serve you in both inquiries and purchases.

3. Select Material

Once your order is placed, our team will pull your material from one of our five covered storage buildings. This added protection gives our material a much higher degree of consistency.  Consistency is what our customer base has come to expect.

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4. Mill to Specification

Every order, no matter the size, is run to order. Our cutting/resaw facility provides mill rough, fresh sawn (resawn four faces), and S4S (smooth four sides). Mid-year 2022, we will be expanding our ability to include hand hewn and circle sawn textures, as well as, expanding pattern capabilities with the addition of a Weinig Moulder.

5. Ship out or Pick-up

After our team has finished processing your order, it is wrapped for transit, and available for pick up or delivery based on your location or need.

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MEET THE TEAM

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Matt Kemo

Sales & Purchasing

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Angela Miller

Office Manager

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Kevin Greene

Yard Manager / Sales

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Sid Greene

Owner / GM

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Janesya Gonzalez

Office Administrator

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John Greene

Owner

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Daniel Gosnell

Cutting

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Tom Cassavaugh

Delivery

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Wilmer Ramos-Banega

Material

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Tony Moretz

Cutting

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Omar Aguilar

Material

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Efrain Garcia-Olade

Maintenance

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Jose Hernandez

Material

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Mark Bush

Material

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Joel Cook

Delivery

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A COMPANY BUILT OVER SIX DECADES

BROWSE OUR TIMELINE

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1964

John Greene starts working with his family's "green chain" sawmill. Becomes a partial owner within 6 months of starting.

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1967

John Greene purchases remaining ownership stock and becomes the sole owner of Boone Lumber.

1969

Canadian SPF (Spruce, Pine, Fir) material is first imported to help keep up with regional demand.

1980

Boone Lumber is officially incorporated.

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1983

Land along the railway in nearby Lenoir is purchased as a receiving yard for inbound rail cars coming from the northwest.

1986

John Greene and Steven Butler partner to create Boone Custom Forest Products to fill the demand for Eastern White Pine material.

1987

Boone Lumber officially moves and expands manufacturing to Lenoir.

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1990

Boone Lumber expands distribution throughout the Southeast.

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2004

Josh Greene, eldest son of John Greene, moves into role as the General Manager of Boone Lumber.

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2005

Boone Lumber grows product offerings to include Sitka Spruce and Alaskan Yellow Cedar.

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2018

 Boone Lumber continues to emerge as industry leader in Heavy Timber production.

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2021

Josh Greene passes away from COVID.

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Josh Ellis Greene
Josh was born March 21, 1972 to John and Lennis Greene of Boone, North Carolina. Even as a child, his devoted work ethic yet care-free humor were perpetually on display. Much like his father, Josh had an entrepreneurial spirit, and it wasn't long before he became a fixture at the family business (even with his "side hustles" of window tinting and concessions at the local race track). In 2000, Josh became the General Manager of Boone Lumber, and served it faithfully until his passing in 2021. Josh's life was marked with joy and laughter. Always the first one with a joke, followed up with the biggest smile. His impact and influence will continue and it is our goal to honor his memory as we carry on and serve as he did for over thirty years.

2022

Under the leadership of John Greene’s youngest son, Sid Greene, Boone Lumber responds to the rising customer need for profiled material by introducing a new WEINIG molder, expanding its material warehouses, and building a dehumidification dry kiln. Along with the improvements in facility and manufacturing technology, Boone Lumber is re-branded to support future growth and pay respect to its past.

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How can we help?

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sales@boonelumber.com
(800) 833-1119