Unfortunately, the pressures of the current economy are catching up to us and we will be adjusting our woodenware prices. Over the course of the pandemic, the price of lumber, plywood and metal have doubled in most cases. We have done our best to shield our customers from the worst of the price increases. While some products have been coming down, lumber, metal and the cost of labor are still much higher than they were at the start of 2020 and we can no longer sustain the losses we are taking. Our prices will be adjusted and take affect on Wednesday, November 3rd. We do hope you will still find our prices reasonable and competitive to other manufacturers. We are committed to continuing to produce all of our woodenware in house, using lumber sourced only from the Eastern United States.
I also want to take a moment and apologize about any stocking issues we’ve had this past year. Thank you so much to everyone who worked with us and was patient! We are still going full steam ahead to do our best to get ahead for next season.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our team at 336-670-2249. We are more than happy to help out in anyway we can.
Lastly, we will be attending a few conferences in the coming months.
Find us at:
NCSBA Fall Meeting in Hickory, NC, November 19th and 20th.
American Honey Producers Association Conference in Baton Rouge, LA, December 1st through 4th.
Hive Life Conference and Trade Show in Sevierville, TN, January 7th and 8th.
Thanks for your support, understanding and patience!