Roy Anderson Lumber has become well known throughout the world for its commitment to customer service, product quality, and precision capabilities. The highest quality Appalachian timber from America’s Central hardwood forests is sustainably harvested and carefully crafted into high grade lumber in a wide variety of species.


Roy Anderson Lumber is known for adapting to its customers needs. Small enough to care about each of its customers, Roy Anderson Lumber is large and financially strong enough to deliver. Quotes on non-standard thicknesses, special packaging or
shipping requirements, and special moisture requirements are all part of daily customer service at Roy Anderson Lumber.


For more than 60 years, the Roy Anderson Lumber Company has produced the finest Red Oak, Poplar, White Oak, Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Ash, Hickory, Cherry, and Walnut hardwood lumber.

Roy Anderson founded the Roy Anderson Lumber Company in 1950 in Tompkinsville, Kentucky, as a stave and circular grade mill. In 1996 Roy and his sons Lowery and David, built a new sawmill on the same site as the original mill. This bandmill operation today
includes headrigs, resaw facilities, multiple dry kilns and a planing facility.

In 2000, the family purchased a sawmill in Eubank, Kentucky, adding headrig capability, resaw, computerized optimizer/edger, and multiple dry kilns.

The overall production capacity of the company today averages 45,000,000 to 50,000,000 board feet annually (106,188 – 117,986 m3). The company’s kiln capacity exceeds 1.1 million board feet (2,595 m3) and its air dry storage under cover exceeds 6,000,000 board feet (14,158 m3) in more than 500,000 square feet of forced air sheds using patented Breeze Dried® separation sticks.

Customer Driven & Flexible