Teak Lumber

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Any one know of a good source of Teak Lumber and MDO Plywood on Long Island? Would be willing to do a little traveling or mail order if necessary. Thanks for any help.
 

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Second on Roberts plywood. In Deer Park on Industrial Court. They have quite the raw lumber selection as well plywood. They stock marine ply as well.
 

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Condons lumber in White Plains (not on LI) has all kinds of wood, milling services, plywoods etc..

Was there in 1998 and a US Navy flatbed 18 wheeler was loading 4" x 20" mahongany planks in 12-20' lengths. They used 2 forklifts to place each pallet. I was needless to say fascinated. Incredible wood (on the forks...).

They must have been restoring something...
 
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depending on how much teak you need to purchase, It might be worth it to get your lumber from St. Angelo Hardwoods in Rhode Island. Steve in a direct importer. He sells to all the major yards and is open to the public
 

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What are you using the teak for? Just curious.
 

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Thanks for all the help. I have dealt with Robert's Plywood. Will have to take a ride up to Condon's in white plains and will also check out St. Angelo's Hardwood. Thinking of putting some Teak trim around the Cockpit.
 

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Thanks for all the help. I have dealt with Robert's Plywood. Will have to take a ride up to Condon's in white plains and will also check out St. Angelo's Hardwood. Thinking of putting some Teak trim around the Cockpit.

For what its worth if there is no other teak to match your work to. I am a big fan of using mahoganey as its a fraction of the price and far more available. It also comes already planed down and ready to work with vs most teak comes rough sawn.
 

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I would call Condons before going if you do. They will tell you what they have in stock and you can talk to them about having it planed so it at least has 2 decent faces. They take cash and checks too - no credit cards. I think .
 
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