Frequently asked questions about live edge wood tops

Frequently Asked Questions

How is your wood slabs dried?

Our wood slabs are all aged 5+ years plus they are all kiln dried and stored inside.

What is your moisture content?

Our wood slabs have a 6% to 8% moisture content because of the aging and being kiln dried and stored inside.

Are your slabs surfaced?

Yes every slab has been planed down to the desired thickness.

Can you ship your wood slabs?

Yes we can ship slabs anywhere in the USA or you can pick them up at our Williamsport, PA location.

How do you ship the wood slabs?

Packages that are able to be shipped UPS ground will be cardboard boxed and shipped via ground service. Oversized packages will be shipped with a freight carrier

How much is shipping?

Any items under UPS's 165 cubic inches (generally less than a 6' x 2.5' slab) can be shipped UPS ground.  The item will be wrapped in cardboard for shipment. 

Wood slabs over that size will be palletized for freight shipments.  The freight shipments and ground shipments are curbside delivery.  You will need a way to receive the package once it is offloaded off the truck.  There may be additional charges if the shipment goes to a residential address.  These charges can be for appointment, liftgate, etc.  All of these are on a case by case basis. 

Where do you source your slabs?

All of our slabs are taken from the heart of Pennsylvania hardwoods.

Do you offer finished furniture?

If you would like to see finished furniture please visit www.woodrichpa.com

How to save on shipping?

You can opt to pick up the slab at our Williamsport, PA location.

Add more items -- Consider waiting until ordering for multiple projects and placing one large order to save on shipping.

Length -- Anything over 8 feet long will trigger additional fees from shipping carriers

Ground vs. Freight-- Items that are over 165 inches (Length + 2*Width + 2*Height) will need to go freight and be put on a pallet. Freight is naturally more expensive.

Commercial vs. Residential -- Sometimes carriers will charge additional fees to deliver to a residence vs. a commercial address.