Saw for Log Homes & Timber Frames

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Saw your own beams and logs for your timber frame log home with a personal Wood-Mizer sawmill. Cutting lumber for yourself saves you on lumber costs, and allows you to select your favorites species, grain patterns, and custom log sizes your project calls for. Add additional bed sections to your sawmill to cut beams and siding as long as you need!

Portable, one-man saw mills are safe and easy to operate, and greatly enhance the enjoyment of building homes with wood. Below are recommended personal saw mills that are commonly used by timber framers and home builders. 

At any time, call 800.553.0182 to talk with a Wood-Mizer sawmill consultant about your situation and goals. Our experts will help you find the perfect sawmill for your needs.
 
   
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Paul Simms
"Our goal was to use all the lumber possible from our own property. I loved the flexibility of the mill. We were able to saw everything from the house logs, post & beams, flooring, T & G ceiling, doors, cabinets, trim work and even all of the cedar pickets with our Wood-Mizer."

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  David Barfield, Southwest Log Homes
"Our Wood-Mizer sawmill is close to 20 years old now, and it just keeps running, and running, and running. We put about 100,000 board feet a year through it. It just keeps going!"
 
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