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E.L. MORSE LUMBER CO.

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4.4
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|Construction|Wareham, MA 02571

2502 Cranberry Hwy, Wareham, MA 02571

(508) 295-1170

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At E.L. Morse Lumber, our commitment to our customer shines through in every aspect of our daily operations, including our competitive prices, complete product selection and superior customer care. We provide personalized, friendly and knowledgeable in-store service from the sales counter to outdoors.

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Kerr McCauley on Facebook

6 months ago

03/27/2019, 03:46 AM
I went in today to get replacement decking for some rotted boards on my porch, and Brian was very helpful! He even cut the pieces so they’d fit in my car! Thanks Brian!
Michael Peltier on Facebook

a year ago

04/28/2018, 06:42 AM
I got into fine wood working in the past year and struggled to find quality wood. I was always going to lowes or Home Depot and getting bent over sideways for wood that was either warped or cupped. It was a struggle to even find a couple of boards that were decent enough to work with. I remember paying 56 dollars for a 6ft piece of red oak. I found E.L Morse lumber by chance and I was glad I did. I paid 48 bucks for a beautiful piece of red oak that was 11 ft long and straight as an arrow. They cut the board into 3 pieces for me free as charge and even offered to mill it down to the thickness I needed. I refused the milling just so I could use my bench planer lol. I was super impressed with ...  more>>
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