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Pawlikowski Sawmill
Pawlikowski Sawmill
41 Townline Rd
Delhi, NY 13753

Town/Village:
Delhi
County:
Delaware
Physical Address:
41 Townline Rd
Delhi, NY 13753


Contact Person:
Charlie Beveridge
Title:
Phone Number:
607-746-3504
Toll Free Sales Number:
Fax Number:
607-746-7619
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Product Categories: Lumber, Logs, Firewood, Building Products, Garden/Landscape

Products: Animal Bedding, Bark Mulch, Beams, Cants, Chips, Dimension Lumber, Fencing, Flitches, Forest Management, Framing Timbers, Logs, Live-edge Slabs, Rough Cut Lumber, Rustic Materials, Sawmill, Shavings, Siding, Ties, Other Lumber, Beams, Clapboard, Dimension Lumber , Fencing, Framing Timbers, Millwork, Paneling, Planed Lumber, Post and Beam, Rough-cut Hardwood Lumber, Rough-cut Softwood Lumber, Rustic Materials, Siding, Fencing, Ties, Custom Sawing, Wavy Edge Siding

Sales Types: Retail, Wholesale, Direct to trade, Contractor



Custom Sawing & Dimension Lumber Since 1982

Company Profile:
Since 1982, the Pawlikowski family has owned and operated Pawlikowski Sawmill - a full service wood products business providing carefully sawn rough-cut dimension lumber and beams, speciality board-and-batton and shiplap siding, knotty pine paneling and other lumber for a variety of home and farm building projects. Our top quality lumber is carefully sawn from locally harvested pine and hemlock and milled on site to your specifications. We can also provide custom sawing for that special yard tree you'd like milled into your own lumber. Stop by the mill or call to place your order today.

Showrooms:
Pawlikowski Sawmill
41 Townline Rd Delhi, NY 13753
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Hours Of Operation:8-5 M-F; 8-Noon Sat

Will visitors be allowed to tour this facility? Yes
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Gallery URL: http://www.pawlikowskisawmill.com
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