Just outside of Edinburgh, Scotland, Sandy Crook has retired from his full time arborist business to spend more time with what he really enjoys, seeing timber turned into final products. With his full complement of Wood-Mizer sawmills and new MP360 planer/moulder, he can do everything in-house.
Mack Lowery turned a tragedy into a dream come true when he finished his stunning hand built, two-story, timber frame home in the dense woodlands of Mississippi.
On a 175-acre farm in central Vermont, Ben Falk needed a barn to serve as a research center and host site for permaculture courses and other educational workshops.
Dan Conder volunteered his time and sawmill to help build a vintage-inspired garage education center for the Model T Ford Club of America in USA.
One of Wood-Mizer’s smallest sawmills was used to cut 50% of the timber for the world’s largest freestanding timber frame structure – a Biblically-sized reconstruction of Noah’s Ark.
Arborist Jeremy Harper removes and repurposes would-be waste trees into beautiful projects including a living garden arbor at his family home in the United Kingdom.
When southern pine beetles destroyed pine trees on his property, farmer and pastor, John Hubbard, saw a perfect opportunity to salvage lumber from these dying trees with his portable sawmill and build a family cabin.
David Dove surprised his daughter by building a barn for her new horse with his LT15 portable sawmill.
Inspired by Wood-Mizer sawmill owner dream projects, Jesse Matras built a beautiful cabin retreat for his family.
Billy Reeder didn’t just build his own cabin, he built a new life. A simple life. A good life.