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Once timber is brought to the mill, it is inspected for damage, mold, rot and sweep. Accepted poles are then de-barked and peeled. While the pole is being being peeled, we apply AntiBlu® XP, which is a formulation designed to control sapstain, mold and decay fungi. Once peeled, the poles are referred to as “whitewood.” The whitewood is sorted by class and length and then conditioned in one of our four dry kilns, which lower the moisture content to between 20%-24%. Once removed from the dry kilns, the whitewood is inspected, framed, and branded.

In addition to inspection at the plant level, we work with several independent inspection agencies. Our customers can choose which agency inspects your poles.


Our Process