Small Log Specifications:
- Delivered to our mill in Woodruff, Wisconsin
- 9" and up on small end
- Length specifications: Approximately 60% or more 16', balance 10-12-14', plus 4" to 5" for trim allowance
- Logs must be sound, reasonably straight and of preferably #2 or better log grade
- Knots to be trimmed flush
- Deductions will be made for rot, doze, shake, holes, excess crook and sweep.
Large Log Specifications:
Length Specifications for White Pine: 60% or more 16'. 20-30% 14', maximum 10-15% 10' and 12' combined, PLUS 4" for trim allowance Length
Specification for other Softwoods: 40% 16', 30% 14', 20% 12', 10% 10', PLUS 4" minimum trim allowance.
Old, Stained and Dead Logs: Old, stained and dead logs will be graded as #2 and #3.
Note: Log species to be delivered or unloaded separately, if possible, to avoid additional cost for sorting and handling at mill.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) certification is a voluntary, market-based system that allows companies to promote their products as deriving from well-managed forests. By holding an FSC® Chain of Custody (CoC) certificate, companies earn the right to market and sell products as being FSC® Certified and to affiliate themselves with the Forest Stewardship Council.
Pukall Lumber is a local manufacturer and supplier of FSC®-certified lumber; FSC®-certified lumber is available on request. We are committed to helping our customers maximize their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits as developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, and would be pleased to work with you on your project.
Our FSC® Chain of Custody certificate code is SCS-COC-002831 and our FSC® Trademark License code is FSC-C030152.
Pukall Lumber co. is committed to complying with the values of FSC® as defined in the “Policy for the Association of Organizations with FSC” (FSC-POL-01-004, initially approved in July 2009
Pukall Lumber Co. is not directly or indirectly involved in the following activities:
Illegal logging or the trade in illegal wood or forest products
Violation of traditional and human rights in forestry opertions
Destruction of high conservation values in forestry operations
Significant conversion of forests to plantations or non-forest use
Introduction of genetically modified organisms in forestry operations