Edensaw Woods
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Edensaw is a specialty wood supplier based out of Port Townsend, Washington.
We specialize in supplying the marine restoration and repair trade as well as case and cabinet construction facilities across the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii.
Earning a very large following among fine furniture makers and custom home builders, we are know for being a consistent source of fine and exotic woods. Edensaw prides itself on sourcing our woods from sustainable forests across the globe. Working with the FSC as well as the Rainforest Alliance, we never take wood from a source that we don't research and feel are in compliance with our commitment to sustainable forests.

Committed to providing our customers exceptional service, we cater to everyone from commercial operations to the various builders and contractors that visit our Port Townsend Campus on a daily basis.
Being in a town that has it's roots in the wooden boat and yacht repair / restoration trade, we happily supply a great deal of marine lumber and plywood to the various operations in the area.

Feel free to order by phone, fax or email or in person.
We are also EDI capable.
Our delivery trucks serve the entire Puget Sound region directly from Edensaw's
Port Townsend and Tacoma facilities.
We can ship via: USPS, UPS, rail, ocean barge or freight truck.

Services Provided
Marine & Exotic Lumber

Areas Served
Blyn, Chimacum, Coupeville, Marrowstone, Nordland, Port Hadlock, Port Hadlock-Irondale, Port Townsend, Sequim, Seattle, Bremerton, Poulsbo, Silverdale, Kingston, Orcas Islands, Whidbey Island, Port Angeles, Tacoma, Olympia, Kent, Bellevue, Bellingham, Federal Way, Edmonds

Certifications and Awards
FSC | Rainforest Alliance Certified | U.S. Green Build Council
AWARDS INCLUDED:
2015 Small Business Person of the Year for Washington State (Jim "Kiwi" Ferris Owner of Edensaw Woods.)
2017 Best Specialty Wood Supplier, Jefferson County, WA (Peninsula Daily News)
Contact: Edensaw Woods Ltd.
Location: 211 Seton Rd.
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Typical Job Costs: $5 - 100,000
Cost of goods varies per species, quantities purchased and if applicable; milling charges.