Happle Wood

A business that started in 1960, in our large wood shop. With decades of experience, we can recreate any old moldings. We can make anything custom. Counter tops, Islands, Bars, a complete Kitchen remodel. Custom: Remodeling: Woodwork & Millwork Special Furniture Pieces Bars Stair Treads & Risers Cabinet & Interior Doors Custom Wood Flooring Homes Chair Repair Table Tops & Edge Glued Panels Offices Cabinets & Kitchen Refacing Molding, Rail Stock & Squares Handy Man Services: Hardwood lumber sales Large or Small

Planning, edge ripping and sanding up to 54” wide We also do custom orders, just ask! Since Shane's love for all things wood began as a child he has been creating custom Pennsylvania hardwood cutting boards and Butcher Block Counter Tops for decades. Using all wood types including Maple, Ash, Cherry, Walnut, Blood wood, Mahogany, just to name a few. You will find that we have customized a wood conditioner to help protect the life of the product. Happle Wood started as an offspring company of Quentin Wood. Wanting to bring a little of what he does on a daily basis.

Cutting board care: Scrub board with warm soapy water, do not submerge. If needed, disinfect, mix one tablespoon of bleach per gallon of water. To protect and seal your board only use mineral oil, based products before use (like our own conditioners), and at least once a month. More oil is always better just pour oil on board rub around with hands coat all sides and stand up to dry. Store board vertically especially when drying, this will help prevent against warping.

Conditioning Liquid or Paste – Made from Mineral oil and Beeswax. Generously apply to both side of board once a month after cleaning. Allow board to dry thoroughly before applying, dry completely before use. Dry and store upright to prevent warping.

Never put in dishwasher

*** Due to a natural disaster on 8/31/18, we are unable to take any custom orders. Lebanon and Lancaster Counties PA had unfortunate flooding. Our wood shop took in 18-24 inches of water damaging our machines as well as most of the wood housed at the shop. We have been working to get the shop back up and running. Please bare with us as we rebuild. We hope to be back up and running by 2020.***