Newport Nautical Timbers has had a long tradition of servicing clients with the highest of standards. Starting out with a logs to lumber business, NNT has been able to provide the highest quality air-dried lumber for hundreds of miles and will continue to provide the best possible. Our format has always been to Flitch Saw our logs and restack them in boules, meaning we cut a log completely and keep it in its sequential order. This method helps builders keep color matching in mind as well as being able to bookmatch most pieces. Several years ago we expanded our materials list to include several Veneer Grade imported species and while keeping up with our tradition we only carried boules. NNT felt that the material was of the quality that clients have come to expect.
While always concerned about quality and consistency, Newport Nautical Timbers has chosen these new species for their individual excellence in quality. After a long and hard search NNT has found a supply of material that meets our reputation for the highest quality available. Our clients have ranged from world renowned furniture makers to the most historical restoration of wooden boats. Each of our clients have their reasons for requiring excellence, and we work with them to provide the best choices at the most competitive price.
Please come and see all of the amazing choices in our 8000 SqFt warehouse.
ABOUT NEWPORT NAUTICAL TIMBERS
Newport Nautical Timbers was founded in 2011 by two graduates of the International Yacht Restoration School in Newport, RI. After working in the field of wooden yacht restoration and furniture making, they felt they understood what was needed to better the trade. Now based in Bristol, RI with a sawmill that cuts up to 52 inches in width and up to 45 feet in length, Newport Nautical Timbers feels they can provide exceptional material to the most particular client.
Mindful of the environment, Newport Nautical Timbers works closely with landowners across the country to selectively harvest timber from trees that have reached the end of their life cycle. These trees are treated to the highest of standards, from felling to sawing and delivering.