D.H. Hardwick & Sons, Inc. began as an Independent Logger doing business as Donald Hardwick "Hardwick Logging" in 1978. Cable logging with one employee quickly grew and modernized into a highly regarded mechanized logging and construction company, which incorporated in 1986. In 1998, we acquired a gravel pit in Bennington NH to further integrate our business and to offer a full array of land-related services for our customers. In 2000, D.H. Hardwick & Sons, Inc. relocated its shop to the site of our gravel pit, and in 2002 the main office followed to the convenient location at 301 Francestown Road (Rte. 47) in Bennington NH.
The company is now operated by Donald Hardwick Sr.'s wife and four sons, continuing the legacy of professionalism and integrity in all operational divisions. This family operation takes pride in offering personalized services, while providing quality workmanship in conformance with local, state and federal regulation. Competitive pricing is an objective easily met due to the company's integrated services and extensive business relationships developed over the years.
D.H. Hardwick & Sons is committed to professionalism and safety in the workplace. We are honored to provide quality jobs to local residents and truly appreciate their long term commitment. Our main objective is to provide the highest quality of services while offering the best rates.
Our Company Creed:
We carry complete insurance coverage to protect our customers.
"We stake our reputation on your satisfaction!"
- NHTOA - New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association
- NHFB - New Hampshire Farm Bureau Federation
- NFIB -National Federation of Independent Business
- Certified NH Professional Logger (NH Timber Harvesting Council)
- Licensed to Harvest Timber Products - Massachusetts
- 2004 Recipient of NHTOA's Outstanding Logger Award
- 2004 Recipient of Forest Resources Association Regional Outstanding Logger Award
- 2004 Recipient of Northeastern Logger's Assoc. Outstanding Logging Operator Award
- Nominated for 2004 National Outstanding Logger Award