Cross & Lincoln Woodworks acquires millwork, lumber company
December 13, 2021 | 11:22 am CST
Cross & Lincoln

ALMA, Mich. -- Cross & Lincoln Woodworks, headquartered in Alma, has acquired the Barn Door Lumber Company in Hemlock, Mich.

“This is great news for both our team and clients,” said Clayton Beck, director of operations of Cross & Lincoln Woodworks. “This acquisition will expand our product line offerings bringing additional skill and craftsmanship to our entire team family,”

Barn Door Lumber is a lumber and millwork provider. Cross & Lincoln Woodworks manufactures architectural millwork including molding and trim, archways, interior barn style doors, floating shelves, mantels and surrounds, Shiplap and T&G Millwork; custom wood tops and cutting boards including bar tops, bench tops, live edge tops in various wood species; and custom cabinetry including kitchen and bath cabinets along with islands and vanities.

They also have their in-house finish shop with stain matching capabilities. Cross & Lincoln Woodworks also offers services for restaurants and hospitality with specialty furniture such as headboards, entertainment centers, side tables, booths and banquettes, and hostess centers.

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