Eastside Lumber & Decking is a full-line, full-service, locally-owned Austin lumber yard located in central East Austin. We offer expert delivery service Monday-Friday throughout Greater Austin and the Central Texas area. Our sales staff is efficient and knowledgeable, shows attention to detail, and possesses great communication skills. Eastside Lumber is the best lumber yard in Austin, TX.
Hi quality construction lumber including framing studs, engineered lumber, plywood, wood and composite decking, yellow pine, cedar, redwood and ipe. Delivery and plan take-off services.
Austin and Central Texas
NARI Community Service award, 2012
2 Houzz Badges
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4 Reviews for Eastside Lumber & Decking
Randy and his team are the best supply company in Austin Period. They have consistently exceeded my expectations by delivering excellent materials on time and at or below expected costs. Cliff has shown a overall knowledge of materials and discussed options that have often been better than the original spec. You cannot find a better lumber yard than Eastside Lumber and Decking. Feel free to call me at any time to discuss my thoughts of Randy.
We appreciate the way Eastside Lumber takes care of us as we've been working with them since 1986. They are very responsive to our requests. Most of the time it's the same day. Good quality material, accurate order taking, and they go out of their way to accommodate our needs. Very friendly and professional. "Just what the Dr. ordered. " I'm very pleased and will continue to do business with these guys. Robert is the best. .--Jim Venable, CG&S Project Manager
Eastside Lumber has always exceeded my expectations. They respond quickly to questions and have helped me source unusual materials. Their assistance in budgeting is really an asset before construction and their stellar service is great during construction. Best of all, you can rely on the fact that all the material that they provide is the highest quality.
Great Prices. Great Lumber selection. Outstanding service. Ask for Donald Tate. We used them for some rough cedar framing we did on exposed arbors. They're cedar is quality; it's procured through an older method that is sustainable and yields stronger heartier boards.