Custom Sawmilling is a small family owned and operated business that takes great pride in providing our customers with quality lumber, sawing services, kiln drying and two or four sided planning . Our business is located on the out skirts of Dublin, Ga. found half way between Macon and Savannah, just a few miles off of I-16. We have been proudly serving the following central Georgia counties of Bleckley, Dodge, Emanuel, Johnson, Laurens, Montgomery, Pulaski, Telfair, Toombs, Treutlen, Twiggs, Wilkinson and beyond for well over a decade.
Custom Sawmilling specializes in cutting highly figured quality hardwood, large diameter and long logs (up to 55 feet in length). We generate building materials and high grade furniture boards along with lumber or timbers from your own trees or ours. Select from our diverse species which includes ash, cherry ,cypress, pine, popular, red or white oak, and when available black walnut, cedar, persimmon, sycamore and pecan.
Custom Sawmilling is family owned and operated. We are small enough to be personal and large enough to take care of all of our customers’ needs. Our number one goal is to satisfy each and every one of our customers with quality products and excellent service.
Jake Dean is responsible for a quite a few trees that now grow in Georgia. They are products of the reforestation side of the company, which has planted trees for private landowners for more than 20 years.
In 2002 Jake expanded his business when he purchased an LT40 Wood-Mizer sawmill and began to saw logs into lumber for customers. What began as a new income avenue quickly became a passion. Jake purchased a LT70 Wood-Mizer sawmill in March 2006 as cutting volume increased.
After several years of portable saw milling Jake set his sawmill operation in Hazelhurst, Ga. to cut over sized log and special orders for Beasley Forest Products , Inc. Four years and over several million Board Feet later, Jake remains passionate about what he does for a living. Jake says every day he is sawmilling feels each log is like a Christmas present just waiting to be unwrapped.”
Working closely with landowners from start to finish, we strive to produce the highest quality lumber possible from your trees.
Logs are saw milled best when they are still green, which means within a few weeks of them being felled. Logs can be sawed regardless of the length of time since they were taken down however for the best quality lumber green is preferred.
Keep the logs clean. Dirt and mud dull a sawmill blade and dirty logs need to be cleaned before they can be sawed.
Check for nails and other foreign materials, ( i.e. rocks, fence wire, fence insulators) and if you find some, mark them. If we hit a nail while sawmilling we will have to charge you for the damaged blade.
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