Allweather Wood began operating in 1985 with our first lumber pressure treating facility in Washougal, Washington. In 1991, the company constructed a second pressure treated facility in White City, Oregon. With subsequent acquisitions, we added lumber treating facilities in Coos Bay, Oregon, Fort Collins, Colorado, and Loveland, Colorado as well as distribution locations in Ferndale, Washington, Fontana, California, and Woodland, California.
Allweather Wood now ranks as the largest waterborne lumber pressure treater in the Western U.S.
Over the years, we have expanded our pressure treated lumber product lines at each location. Today, our inventory features products for building decks, fences, and landscaping projects. In addition, we offer a large assortment of treated lumber for industrial and agricultural applications including docks, bridges, pole barns, and much more.
Each of our locations stocks specific wood species for treated lumber products that best support the market needs in those geographic areas. Some of these wood species include Douglas-fir, Hemlock fir, Southern Yellow Pine, Lodgepole Pine, and Ponderosa Pine.
We continue to grow our product offerings in response to the ever-changing needs of our customers. Today we offer glue laminated columns for the pole barn and post frame building industry, fire retardant treated wood products for both interior and exterior uses as well as utility poles.
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