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Murphy Lumber Ltd.

Phone : (613) 473-5638
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
Your Host(s) : Dan Murphy

Eldorado, ON (Nearby: Madoc, Marmora, Springbrook, Tweed, Gilmour)

15705 Hwy 62 N
Eldorado, Ontario
K0K 1Y0


Ontario Tourism Region : Ontario's Highlands

[ We Accept Cash ] [ We Accept Visa ] [ We Accept Mastercard ] [ We Accept Debit Payment ]

Description From Owner:
  • Timber Log Homes
  • Buyer of saw logs and standing lumber. Forest management our priority!
  • They carry hardwood maple, soft maple, ash, white and yellow birch, poplar, beech, red and white oak, cherry, butternut, walnut, white and red pine, spruce and hemlock.
  • The Murphy family has been involved in the lumbering industry in Hastings County for four generations. We are proud to provide dress, rough and kiln-dried lumber, as well as limited supplies of curly, cherry and bird's eye maple.
  • Shavings, chips, sawdust and four grades of bark mulch are also for sale.
  • Murphy Lumber is a specialized provider of white pine for the timber framing and log home trade. All hardwood lumber is graded according to NHLA rules by a registered lumber grader onsite.


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David Lynch on 15-Jul-24
I've done business a number of times with Dan Murphy for our lumber needs. The product is always of the highest quality. The service is always fair and honest and Dan Murphy always respects the timelines that he has committed to. I highly recommend this mill.


Brad Burnett on 09-Jul-24
Great place to get your lumber, always friendly, reasonably priced and quick! Dan is great to deal with..not a bad thing to say!


Big Timmy on 17-Jun-23
I have purchased lumber from Murphy’s Lumber numerous times over a span of many years. The product Dan has supplied to me has always been outstanding and has enabled me to complete beautiful work. His prices are very reasonable and the lumber ordered was perfect for my needs every time. I have always found Dan to be knowledgeable, candid, friendly, and interested in the projects I am working on. I highly recommend this business.


  • 10 Advantages of a Timber Log Home

    Natural Beauty: Timber log homes have a unique and rustic aesthetic appeal. The natural beauty of wood brings warmth, character, and a connection to nature that is hard to replicate with other building materials.

    Energy Efficiency: Wood has excellent insulation properties, providing superior thermal efficiency compared to other materials. Timber log homes can maintain comfortable temperatures throughout the year, reducing the need for excessive heating or cooling and saving on energy costs.

    Durability and Longevity: Properly constructed and maintained timber log homes can last for generations. Wood is a strong and durable material that can withstand harsh weather conditions, including extreme temperatures, high winds, and earthquakes.

    Environmentally Friendly: Wood is a renewable resource, making timber log homes an environmentally sustainable choice. Responsible forestry practices ensure that trees are replanted, promoting the growth of forests and reducing carbon emissions.

    Health Benefits: Wood is a natural material that promotes a healthy living environment. Timber log homes have better indoor air quality as wood does not emit harmful chemicals or toxins. Wood also has a natural ability to regulate humidity levels, creating a comfortable and healthy living space.

    Design Flexibility: Timber log homes offer great design flexibility, allowing for customizations and unique architectural features. Logs can be shaped and crafted to create various styles, from traditional to modern, providing homeowners with the opportunity to create a personalized and distinctive home.

    Noise Insulation: Wood has excellent sound insulation properties. Timber log homes can minimize external noise pollution, creating a quiet and peaceful interior environment.

    Fire Resistance: Contrary to popular belief, solid wood has inherent fire-resistant properties. Log walls have a natural ability to resist the spread of flames, providing a higher level of fire safety compared to other construction materials.

    Low Maintenance: Timber log homes require relatively low maintenance compared to other building materials. Wood can withstand wear and tear, and regular maintenance tasks such as staining or sealing can help preserve the wood's integrity and appearance.

    Timeless Appeal and Investment Value: Timber log homes have a timeless appeal that never goes out of style. Their unique charm and durability often result in increased property value over time, making them a solid long-term investment.


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