Kellogg Hardwood Lumber
flooring, moulding, cabinet grade lumber

CONTACT INFO

11 Diamond Ave.
Bethel, CT 06801
Toll Free: 877-721-9663
Phone: 203-797-1992
Fax: 203-797-1662

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Kellogg Hardwood Lumber is located in Bethel, (Fairfield County) CT., approximately 50 miles from New York City.

Our facilities have the latest, most modern equipment to meet all your hardwood needs, whether you’re looking for wide plank flooring, moulding, cabinet grade lumber, hardwood floors, or other hardwood material for your project. Our raw lumber comes from lumber mills that follow national manufacturing standards for grading and kiln drying. We belong to the National Hardwood Flooring Association, and meet their standards

ALL PRODUCTS

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Flooring

Kellogg Hardwood Lumber creates custom wide plank flooring in a variety of species, providing the timeless, rustic look of plank floors to complement any house or room dcor. Solid, wide plank floors, from quarter-sawn oak floors to antique, old-growth eastern pine flooring, carry on a tradition of rustic flooring dating back to the 17th century.

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Custom Wood Moulding

All of our custom mouldings can be made in any species of wood. Whether you desire to duplicate your present moulding, or one you've seen, or just choose from our present stock of cutters for profiles, all are made on our premises.

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Cabinet Grade Lumber

All our rough cabinet grade lumber is purchased from lumber mills that belong to the National Hardwood Lumber Association. This association ensures us that the lumber material is kiln-dried and graded to meet the national standards. Our facility has planing, ripping, and S4S capabilities to meet any of your custom wood cabinet needs!

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Boat Building Lumber

The art of wooden boat construction today enjoys a renaissance among craftsmen and first-time boat-builders. Although the advent of fiberglass and composite materials nearly took boat-building out of the hands of the individual craftsman, wood is revitalizing boat-building as the best core material for innovative construction techniques. The use of epoxy resins enables mating any type of wood and proves strong, flexible, and durable. Today's boat-builder can create an economical, seaworthy, and higher-quality craft from the enduring, natural beauty of traditional marine and other woods.

From lofting to woodworking to finishing, whether using stitch-and-glue or clenched nails, you can build your dream from a kayak to a dory to a yacht using any wood from Okoume to Spanish cedar to the finest Malaysian teak. The marine lumber from Kellogg Hardwoods includes time-tested species milled to the highest quality of smoothness and uniformity. Kellogg Hardwoods' consultants can provide practical and aesthetic advice gained from more than forty years of wooden-boat building and hardwood experience. Their hands-on expertise will give you the edge in making your woodworking and construction efficient, easy and gratifying. When you launch, you will enjoy the woodworker's pride and the sailor's admiration for a beautiful nautical craft.

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American Cherry Hardwood

Grades: Select Grades and Country Grades
Widths: 2″ to 10-11″
Profile: T&G, Square Edge, or Micro Bevel
Lengths: 5'0″ to 12'0″
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2-3 weeks

Select Grade: Tight even grain produces a very formal, elegant look.

Country Grade: Knots and defects give the floor a Country or an Antique look, and can be enhanced even more by skip-planing to show saw marks, adding to the flavor.
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Ash Hardwood Flooring

Grades:Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Ash hardwood flooring comes from the eastern half of the United States. The heartwood is brown and the sapwood is light colored, or nearly white. Tight even grain produces a very formal elegant look to any ash wide plank floors. It is heavy, strong, hard, and has a high resistance to shock. Its principal uses are cabinets, furniture, decorative veneer, millwork and hardwood flooring.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Birch Hardwood

Species: Birch
Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Birch grows principally in the Northeast and Lake States, also along the Appalachians and in Northern Georgia. Tight even grain produces a very formal elegant look. Birch has a white sapwood and light reddish brown heartwood. It is heavy, hard, and strong, and it has good shock resisting quality. It is used primarily in flooring, furniture, wooden ware, cooperage, interior woodwork, doors, furniture, paneling, cabinets, and veneer.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Brazilian Cherry

Grades: Select
Widths: 3″ 8″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 16′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Brazilian Cherry or Jatoba, consists of about 25 species that occur in the West Indies, and from Southern Mexico through Central America into the Amazon basin of South America. The sapwood is grey and usually quite wide. It has a medium to course texture, and interlocked grain. The heartwood which is sharply differential from the sapwood, is russet to reddish brown, and often marked with dark streaks. Very high strength, and compares favorably with white oak. It is used for Flooring, turnery, furniture, cabinetwork, veneer and more.
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Hickory Hardwood Flooring

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: True hickories are found throughout the eastern half of the United States down to Texas and Louisiana. The sapwood is white or nearly white and relatively wide. The heartwood is reddish. The wood is exceptionally tough, heavy, hard and strong. It is used for flooring, furniture, veneer, decorative paneling, and tool handles.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Santos Mahogany Hardwood Flooring

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Santos Mahogany hardwood flooring is found primarily in Brazil, and Central America. The color is reddish brown. It is hard and dense. The grain is straight and uniform and produces a very formal elegant look to your hardwood floors. Color variation is moderate to pronounced when exposed to intense light. Imperfections, scratches and such are less noticeable because of the hardness. Texture ranges fine to medium.
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Maple Hardwood

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Hard Maple is manufactured in principally in the Middle Atlantic and Great Lake States. The heartwood is usually light reddish brown, but sometimes considerably darker. The sapwood is commonly white with a slight reddish-brown tinge. Hard Maple has a fine, uniform texture. It is heavy, strong, hard, stiff and resistant to shock. The grain is generally straight. Hard Maple is used in flooring, furniture, cabinets, cutting boards, pianos, billiard cues, handles, bowling alley, gymnasium and dance floors, and more.

Country Grade: Knots and defects give the floor a country, or an Antique look, and can be enhanced even more by skip planning to show saw marks, adding to the flavor.
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Red Oak Hardwood Flooring

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 15″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 16′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Most Red Oak flooring comes from the Eastern States. The sapwood is nearly white. The heartwood is brown with a tinge of red. It is available in flat sawn and quarter sawn. Wood of the Red Oak is heavy. It is primarily used for flooring, furniture, general millwork, wooden ware, veneer, handles and in boats. Quarter sawn is distinguished by the broad and conspicuous rays. Quarter sawn and rift cut, in a select or country grade give the board a unique look. Please inquire about the difference between quarter sawn and flat sawn wood.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site
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Wide Plank White Oak Flooring

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 15″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 16′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Wide plank white oak flooring comes mostly from the South, South Atlantic , and Central States , including the Southern Appalachian area. The sapwood is nearly white. The heartwood is generally grayish brown. The wood is heavy, averaging somewhat greater in weight than red oak wood. It is used for furniture, flooring, doors, millwork, and more, and was formerly used extensively for ship timbers. Quarter sawn is distinguished by the broad and conspicuous rays. Quarter sawn and rift cut, in a select or country grade give the white oak flooring a unique look. Please inquire about the difference between quarter sawn and flat sawn wood.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Heart Pine Hardwood

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 11″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 16′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Heart Pine grows along the Caribbean side of Central America from Belize to Northeastern Nicaragua. It is also native to the Bahamas and Cuba. The heartwood is golden- to red-brown and distinct from the sapwood, which is light yellow. This softwood species has a strong resinous odor and a greasy feel. It is used for flooring, interior woodwork, and more.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Eastern Pine Hardwood

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″- 18″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 16′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Eastern White Pine grows from Maine to Northern Georgia and the Great Lake States. About one half the production of Eastern White Pine lumber occurs in New England, about one third in the Great Lake States, and most the remainder in the Middle Atlantic and South Atlantic states. The heartwood is light brown, often with a reddish tinge. It turns darker on exposure to air. The wood has a relatively uniform texture and is straight grained. Eastern White Pine is lightweight, moderately soft, and moderately low in strength, low in shock resistance, and low in stiffness. It is used in flooring, sashes, doors, furniture, interior woodwork, knotty paneling, and more.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Sassafras Hardwood

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 8″
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 6′ 10′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Sassafras ranges through most of the eastern half of the United States, from southeastern Iowa and eastern Texas eastward. The sapwood is light yellow and the heartwood varies from dull grayish brown to dark brown, sometimes with a reddish tinge. The wood is moderately heavy, moderately hard, moderately weak in bending and end compression, and quite high in shock resistance. Sassafras is used for flooring and general millwork, and was highly prized by the Indians for dugout canoes, and is sometimes still used in small boats. It has a strong resemblance to Chestnut and can be used as an alternative to Chestnut.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Walnut Plank Flooring

Grades: Select and Country
Widths: 3″ 10″ Possibly wider upon request.
Profile: T&G Square edge, micro bevel, V-groove
Lengths: 4′ 12′
Thickness: " standard, other custom thicknesses available
Lead Time: 2 3 weeks

Select Grade: Walnut ranges from Vermont to the Great Plains and southward into Louisiana and Texas . The heartwood of Walnut varies from light to dark brown and the sapwood is nearly white. It is normally straight grained, easily worked with tools, and stable. It is heavy, hard, strong and stiff, and has good resistance to shock. It is well suited for natural finishes. Black walnut is used for furniture, woodwork, flooring, gunstocks, cabinets and more. It is graded differently than other hardwoods, and select grade has a certain amount of defects.

Country Grade: For an antique country look character grade, with a variety of knots and defects, can be enhanced even more by skip planning and distressing the wood on site. Undesirable defects can also be removed on the job site.
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Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered Wood Flooring for Special Applications

When to use Engineered Wood

Solid wide plank boards are the finest choice available for most wide plank flooring applications. However, there are certain circumstances where high-quality engineered wood flooring may be the best choice. A case in point might be where you are installing over concrete, such as in a basement, or over a radiant floor heating system.In those situations, engineered wood may be the best option.

We now offer top quality, engineered wood flooring that can be customized to match the species of wood and the width of the planks used in your main flooring design. Our engineered floors have a thicker veneer than most, so finishing is identical to to solid wood floors.

Engineered Wood Choices

Available choices in engineered wood flooring include just about any species of your choice. Quarter sawn wood is also available, as well as patterns like herringbone or parquet.

Plank widths go up to 11″ face and 6′ to 12′ in length. Mixed width planks can also be accommodated.Strengths of Engineered Wood.

Engineered flooring is a resawn solid wood, made into a 3/16″ veneer which is then laminated onto a Baltic birch plywood, a process that adds stability and strength to the finished floor. This engineered stability is perfect for applications where unusual stress may be placed on the wood, such as in a basement over a concrete foundation.

Maintaining an Engineered Wood Floor

Nothing is easier to maintain. Simply sweeping or vacuuming is all you will need to do. It's also fine to use a damp mop on the floor but only damp. Avoid soaking an engineered wood floor, as you would with any wood floor. And you should also avoid oil soaps or ammonia-based cleaners. With a minimum of care, your engineered wood floor will give years of durable service.


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