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Edensaw Woods started by graduates (Class of 1981) of NWSWB!

Charlie Moore and Jim "Kiwi" FerrisThe year Jim Ferris and Charlie Moore, graduates of the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, launched the partnership of Edensaw Woods. They started the business in Jim’s yard with an old J.C Penny truck, some blue plastic tarps and a few hundred dollars.

“We are a specialty marine plywood and custom wood supplier that will deliver the quantities you require – for projects large and small.

Because we pride ourselves on offering the best, we stock only the highest quality lumber and marine plywood. But quality woods alone are not enough to meet the standards of exacting clients. To ensure your satisfaction, we are committed to providing our customers – from weekend craftsmen to commercial boat builders and millwork houses – with exceptional service. We gladly accept orders by phone, fax or email and are EDI capable. Our delivery trucks serve the entire Puget Sound region directly from Edensaw’s Port Townsend and Seattle facilities, including all shipping lines: rail, ocean barge and truck. And we are delighted to fill even unusual custom orders.

At Edensaw, we measure our success in terms of satisfied customers rather than board footage. Please accept our open invitation to Edensaw’s showroom! We would be honored to provide the wood products and services you need for your next project. Referrals are gladly provided on request.

Custom wood products are Edensaw’s forte. Thanks to our in-house millwork shop and vast selection of wood, we can design solid wood products according to your exact specifications. And because we individually hand pick lumber and wood veneer from our own stock for each order, you can rely on consistently high quality in every board and veneer.

We supply custom materials for yachts and houses of all kinds. Duplicating Victorian trim and siding patterns for homes on the National Historic Homes Register is just one example of the kind of project we welcome.

At Edensaw, we recognize challenges as growth opportunities.”