Great Web Sites

I have listed some of my favorite web sites below.

Neaternest – At Neater Nest we believe that homes are meant to be lived in and we’ve got the banged up baseboards to prove it.  Every family deserves a space in which to grow and thrive. It’s our mission to support and empower you to build a Nest you’ll love coming home to!

Neater Nest

Rockler Woodworking – Some of the best woodworking tools and supplies. The history of Rockler Woodworking and Hardware goes back to 1954, when Norton Rockler started the Minnesota Woodworkers Supply Company in north Minneapolis. It was a small mail-order business with a big aspiration – to become woodworkers’ go-to resource for everything they need to complete their projects.

Woodcraft – Another top notch woodworking supply business. Woodcraft Supply, LLC is one of the nation’s oldest and largest suppliers of quality woodworking tools and supplies. You’ll find Woodcraft stores in more than 70 major metropolitan areas across the U.S.; and Woodcraft annually distributes 1.5 million catalogs featuring more than 8,000 items to all 50 states and 117 foreign countries.

Woodpeckers – Woodpeckers was established in September of 1988. Our focus has always been woodworking tools. Up until 2004 we focused on demonstrating tools at woodworking shows throughout the U.S. Since 1993 we’ve been manufacturing router tables and router mounting plates. Starting with little more than a few routers we’ve grown into a full fledged manufacturer of router lifts, router fences, measuring & layout tools and many useful clamping accessories. We do our own machining, engraving, assembly and packing. We take pride in the fact that our tools are truly made in the U.S.A.

Woodworkers Source – Back in 1978 my dad started Woodworkers Source because he had a really lousy experience trying to buy some wood. All he wanted was a couple of boards for his first jewelry box project – but the local hardwood dealer literally laughed at him because he didn’t understand the basics.  Thinking there had to be other folks like himself who wanted to buy small amounts of wood with good ol’ fashioned friendly service, my dad opened up his own retail lumber shop. 40 years later, we’re still here. If you don’t know the basics of woodworking, we won’t laugh.