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    Looking for Kiln near Seattle

    Hello all, I am looking for a kiln in the Seattle area (I'm 60 miles north) where I can bring a load of wood slabs for drying. I've been playing around with a chainsaw mill for 4 years and air-drying as I go. I'd like to finish drying my oldest stuff at a local kiln. I'm having trouble finding anything in the area. Any suggestions would be much appreciated, thanks!

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    I've been looking for a small sawmill with a drying kiln on the North Olympic Peninsula, and came across some information from Stormo Hardwoods in Arlington. I've never dealt with them, but it looks like they offer custom milling and drying. They may be able to help you out - stormohardwoods.com

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    kiln near Bellingham

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Westra View Post
    Hello all, I am looking for a kiln in the Seattle area (I'm 60 miles north) where I can bring a load of wood slabs for drying. I've been playing around with a chainsaw mill for 4 years and air-drying as I go. I'd like to finish drying my oldest stuff at a local kiln. I'm having trouble finding anything in the area. Any suggestions would be much appreciated, thanks!
    Try Green Leaf Forest Products(greenleafforest.com). The guy's name is Simon. He has a mill and kiln east of Bellingham.

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    Try Pacific Hardwoods in Southbend, their kiln is in Raymond.



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