Allweather Wood – Our Story
Allweather Wood began operation in 1985 with our first lumber pressure treating facility in Washougal, Washington. In 1991, the company constructed a lumber pressure treating facility near Medford in White City, Oregon. With subsequent acquisitions, we added lumber treating facilities in Ferndale, Washington, Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado, and Coos Bay, Oregon. 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 pressure treated lumber products for building decks, fences and landscaping projects. In addition we carry pressure treated lumber that can be used in applications for docks, bridges and pole type buildings. Our Advance Guard® borate products are code approved and ideal for sill plate applications.
Each location stocks specific wood species for products that best support the market needs in those areas. Some of these species include Southern pine, Hem fir and Douglas fir.
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 and utility poles.
We are constantly adding to our product line so check back often for updates and product announcements!
Is there something you need? Feedback from our customers ensures we can offer you the most value and best service. Please visit our Contact Us page to get in touch with us directly.