Solid Hardwoods: Forever Sustainable
& Ethically Harvested
Tanner Lumber Company – West Virginia and Pennsylvania
Everyone knows that nothing else comes close to matching the beauty, performance, and longevity of solid hardwood for everything from furniture and trim to cabinets, flooring, and hobby and home improvement projects of all types. Hardwood is strong, durable, non-toxic, and biodegradable.
As nature’s most environmentally-friendly building material, hardwoods are a renewable resource that naturally regenerates itself when properly managed. Products made from solid wood typically last for many generations and continue to become more beautiful and valuable with age. They are easily disposable with no long-term environmental damage. At Tanner Lumber Company in Pennsylvania and West Virginia, we are committed to sourcing our domestic and specialty hardwoods from suppliers that practice sustainable forestry and ethical harvesting techniques to help ensure the ongoing renewability of our forest resources.
Leading the Way – Protecting Our Forest Resources
As consumers have expressed a regained interest in solid wood products, the demand for sustainably harvested lumber has increased – and with it, the need for improved forest resource management. Tanner Lumber Company has led the way in protecting our forest resources by offering only hardwoods harvested from sustainably managed forests that include techniques such as ecologically-based management practices and thoughtful harvesting practices that focus on the long-term health of our forests.
Tanner Lumber: Committed to Sensible Conservation of Hardwood Species
At Tanner Lumber Company, we’re in it for the love of the wood — and the life of the forests. We have always been, and continue to be, committed to environmental leadership. We recognize the vital interconnectedness that exists between our use of forest products and the need for sensible conservation and harvesting methods to ensure that the beauty and inherent value of the hardwood species we all enjoy will continue to serve their role for us, as well as for our shared ecosystem — forever.