FOUNDED IN 1977,
At Exterior Wood, we serve retail building
supply centers throughout the western United States and Canada.
We offer the region’s largest number of SKUs, or in other words,
the widest array of pressure treated products. From the day we
receive a shipment of lumber to the day we send it to you, our
process is rigorous and involved – in fact, you can rest assured our
products are the finest on the market.
We receive our wood from the region’s top producers of raw lumber,
at which point we inspect each piece, sort it into the right
grade for the right application, then apply the treatment
appropriate for that use. Using low-toxicity chemicals, we
guard against insect damage, rot, and fire while preserving the
natural beauty and character of the wood.
Afterward, the lumber heads to our distribution center where it’s
carefully stored and rotated until it’s time to ship. With our own
fleet of trucks, as well as the use of contractor trucks and rail
cars, our distribution team is busy around the clock.
You can explore the full range of what we offer on our Products
links, but in brief, we focus on providing pressure-treated lumber
for major core applications:
|● Above Ground||
|● In-Ground Structural||● Fire Resistance|
SIMPLY PUT, OUR GOAL IS EXCELLENCE.
We’re finding the best available lumber, incorporating innovations
in our products and techniques, caring for the environment, and
doing a better job at what we do.
Depend on our full line of materials to be there, ready for your
call and delivered on time. Make your order in units, or in
smaller customized quantities.
Something on your mind? Since 2003, we’ve been actively courting the
opinions of our customers and associates. If you’d like to be a
voice of influence in our company, we’d like to hear your input.
Click our Contact link and tell us what
For your business and ours, “excellence” means continually
to improve ourselves.
THAT’S JUST A PIECE OF WHAT WE BRING TO YOU… EVERY DAY.
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