Barrette's is a Connecticut mill that specializes in best quality wood flooring, unique table tops, and project ready hardwoods. For more than three decades we've been providing fine flooring for homes throughout the region. We specialize in hardwood lumber that is superbly finished and ready to use for your hobby, furniture or cabinet projects.

Contact Details

  City Thompson, CT
  Zip Code 06277
  Address 129 Robbins Rd
  Phone Number (860) 928-9373

  • I would recommend this business
  • Close to home, kind staff, polite, offered a tour of the mill

Not to mention quality work and a great selection of woods. They allowed me to tour their mill and see how everything is made before talking with me about their product. It was wonderful to have a close-knit family company talk face-to-face with me rather than a big business mail things to me and talk over the phone.

Value for moneyAs good or cheaper than others
Service & support
LocationNear my home, easy drive
Overall ratingExcellent

From Our Website

Family owned and operated for nearly 45 years, we have fine-tuned our process to provide the region's woodworkers with a truly unparalleled selection of straight, kiln-dried New England hardwoods and softwoods. We stand out in our ability to supply walk-in ready finished lumber in an unprecedented range of thicknesses, widths, and lengths. Spanning over a dozen species, it is not uncommon to find wood here over 4" thick, 42" wide, and 18' long. Interested in hardwood flooring or a custom counter top?

Barrette's is a family owned and operated wood supplier that specializes in high quality flooring, unique table tops, S4S finished lumber, and live edge slabs. We carry about a dozen species of New England hardwoods and softwoods, with a variety of character appearances available in each species. All of our wood is kiln dried to a moisture content of 7% before being carefully milled to ensure straight edges and precise dimensions. Our time-tested process allows you to shop with confidence and avoid the hassle of working with wood that won't stay straight.