Success Stories




Each year we continue to be amazed at the stories and projects we receive. Each one of our stories has one thing in common. These aren't simply projects. These are dreams realized. And that's exactly what a Wood-Mizer sawmill is designed to help you achieve.
       
Mountain Majesty 2011 Personal Best Doug Gardner Kevin Kiwak

"This story is about the dreams and accomplishments made possible with a Wood-Mizer sawmill."


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More than 100 stories and projects, all of which are dreams come true thanks to Wood-Mizer sawmills.


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Nestled in the hills of southeastern Ohio, Doug Garner’s rural operation has become much more than the former delivery man could have imagined.
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"After milling, not a single power tool was used in the construction of the house... Over 600 mortise and tenon joints were hand cut with a mallet and 2" framing chisel."
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Donn Saindon William Jewell  Herb Keough  Owner Videos
     
Donn Saindon has built many homes since purchasing his
Wood-Mizer LT40 in 1987, but this is a special home for him...



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William Jewell has reclaimed trees and timbers from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, and many other historical sites. 

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At age 65, Herb Keough bought a used Wood-Mizer LT40. Since then, Herb has cut thousands of board feet of hemlock, cherry, maple, birch and beech from his own woodlot in Western New York.

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Maple Mills Estate Dan Collum Jim Oseychuck Russell Tuckel


Maple Mills Estate is a 7,500 square foot home and 34 acre property in western British Columbia.The estate was recently featured on the Wall Street Journal's 'House of the Day',



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W Dan Collom and Other Volunteers Build Symbolic Bridges . 

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Jim Oseychuk’s 30’ x 46’, three-story Canadian home has a total of 2,400 square feet and is a masterpiece to behold.

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Building a timber-framed structure was something Russell Tuckel had always wanted to do. Although the building site was in the National Forest of New Mexico, the process began in Russell’s home state of Kansas..

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