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Jolly Pond Hardwoods Now Open In Toano

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JAMES CITY-Toano recently welcomed a new business. Jolly Pond Hardwoods opened a location on Richmond Road in September in the space formerly occupied by Ballava’s Mexitalian Restaurant.

Jolly Pond Hardwoods specializes in repurposed wood. The business mills lumber that has been reclaimed from local residential and commercial tree removals. Jolly Pond Hardwoods first started milling and airdrying walnut, cherry, hickory, maple, and red and white oak trees a few years ago. Currently, the following sustainable hardwood slabs are available for purchase: walnut, cherry poplar, red oak, and white oak, among others, for DIY projects.

Jolly Pond Hardwoods had a soft opening over Labor Day weekend in early September. The business, which is located at 7816 Richmond Road, is open by appointment only. For more information, (757) 690-0028 or click here.

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