Hello, I'm Randy Wynn. I am owner/operator of H&W Custom Cut Lumber
Here, I will try to explane how this works so that we all end up happy at the end of
First thing that happens, is you call me. we talk on the phone and discuss your logs and
what your trying to get done. (I don't buy logs)
Once we have decided there worth taking a look at, I will ride out to your site &
we will go over all thats needed in order to move the sawmill in. I will go over log set up and prep work with
you. Log set up and site prep work is very important to speed things up & is to be done before I get there
with the mill.
Once we have agreed we are going to go through with the job. At
this time. ALL your logs should be bucked, Limbed up and yarded for the fastest milling operation. If Logs are
scattered all over the yard and we have to move the mill over & over, there IS a $25.00 set up fee on top of hourly
rates. for each additional move.
There IS a 50% Deposite on ALL JOBS (Mobile or In House.), Before ANY work begines.
The Are NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS! You can mail it, deliver it cash in hand or the day I visit to look over your job. But
I can't be the only one with any skin in the game. (This is Time & Hard work) Sorry, but there's to many shyesters
(I WILL NOT LEAVE MY SAWMILL AT ANY LOCATION. without 100% positive INDOOR security
Logs that are knoby, odd shaped and just poor logs, take more time. Not ALL logs are "saw
We will mill logs Locally for $65.00 an hour for logs that are quality
Sawlogs & set up correctly and ready to be milled when I get there. If I have to roll the logs 20 feet up hill with
a can't hook to get them to the mill, your spending $65.00hr for labor instead of making lumber, Chainesaw work, is time
NOT making lumber, yet is costing $65.00hr.This rate of $65.00hr. covers a Pro sawyer, the saw & one helper. This
IS Hard Heavy Work. I will supply one man if more help is needed, You will need to supply said labor. This
rate is for 25 miles of my location and for normal site conditions. With gas as it is, I have no choice
but to charge milage for anything further than that.
We will, mill out of town as long as all normal fees & expences are
covered. We try hard to be Fair. We will work with you any way we can. Please understand,
there are many variable's in this business. we will always let you know of any irregular conditions that may arise. Bowed
logs yield very little lumber. Knotty logs produce easly broken boards. Small logs eat up the clock as we spend just as much
time loading logs as we do milling them, for much less yield. Huge logs take more time as everything is HEAVY. A perfect log
is 24" to 26" wide at the small end with little flare, Gunbarrel Straight and 12'6" long. There's money in logs like that.
Some for you & some for me. Thats a Win/Win deal & thats just how I roll. You will NEVER buy the lumber at the
box store that comes from our mill for anywhere close to what you'll pay here.