OUR  PROCESS

Aspen Wall Wood is the original Aspen paneling facility and the established leader in harvesting, milling and producing sustainable Aspen wood panelings. With over 25 years of perfecting the process,  Aspen Wall Wood continues to be the leader in the industry. Unparalleled quality and exceptional customer service are the core of the operation.

THE HISTORY OF ASPEN WALL WOOD

Aspen Wall Wood was started in the mid-’70s making primarily pine paneling and lumber.  In the 80’s the founders transitioned to Aspen and perfected their process for producing the highest quality Aspen paneling anywhere.

In the mid 90’s they sold the company to Dewayne and MaryAnne Findley who had been owners of the primary logging company that supplied the mill Aspen saw logs.  The Findleys operated and maintained the mill with the same high standard of quality and excellence until they sold the mill to David Sitton and Sean Stafford in May of 2016.  Sean has been the mill superintendent for nearly 15 years and understands which Aspen timber will make the premium Wall Wood paneling as well as the process of making the products we sell.

For over 20 years, Satterwhite Log Homes has relied on Aspen Wall Wood, Inc. for premium quality aspen paneling and we have never been disappointed! From the ‘aim to please’ attitude to the ‘good enough is not good enough’ pursuit of quality, Aspen Wall Wood makes doing business with them a pleasure.
Sam Satterwhite, President of Satterwhite Homes

WHAT SETS ASPEN APART

The uniqueness, beauty and quality of our aspen wood is a cut above all other lumber.  Our milling process and attention to detail continues to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations and needs.

WE USE 100% OF EVERY ASPEN TREE

SHAVINGS AND SAWDUST

Bagged aspen shavings are considered one of the most absorbant and non-toxic natural wood bedding options for small pets and livestock.

FIREWOOD

Aspen firewood is very easy to burn and creates much less ash than other wood species. The BTU’s from Aspen are very comparable to most conifer woods and produces a less offensive smoke.