Clark County at Work: Allweather Wood/Humboldt Redwood

By Mary Ricks, Columbian News Assistant

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Each week, The Columbian offers a brief snapshot of an interesting Clark County business. Send ideas to Mary Ricks: mary.ricks@columbian.com; fax 360-735-4598; phone 360-735-4550.

Business name: Allweather Wood/Humboldt Redwood.

Sales and marketing: Phil Herman.

Local address: 815 S. 32nd St., Washougal. The corporation also has locations in Ferndale, White City, Ore., and Loveland, Colo.

What the business does: Allweather Wood/Humboldt Redwood is a manufacturer and distributor of pressure-treated lumber and redwood products. Today, the inventory features pressure-treated and redwood lumber products for building decks, fences and landscaping projects. In addition the company carries pressure-treated lumber that can be used in applications for docks, bridges and pole-type buildings.

Each week, The Columbian offers a brief snapshot of an interesting Clark County business. Send ideas to Mary Ricks: mary.ricks@columbian.com; fax 360-735-4598; phone 360-735-4550.

What steps are you taking to building your business: As a wholesale supplier, they will continue to try to strengthen their position as a great partner for strong quality and customer relationships at competitive prices, Phil Herman said.

Greatest challenge: Herman said continuing to meet the demands of ever-changing consumer interests and customer base is the greatest challenge. The industry has to be able to react successfully to various factors beyond its control.

What’s ahead for your business: Allweather Wood/Humboldt Redwood continues to grow its product line and market penetration through consistent quality, excellent service and marketing and customer support.

Owner’s business history: Herman has worked for the company for eight years and has been in Washougal for three years.

Allweather Wood operates a manufacturing and distribution facility in Washougal. The Humboldt Redwood brand of decking and outdoor living products was added to the product mix in 2008.

Year established in Clark County: Allweather Wood began operation in 1985 with its first lumber pressure-treating facility in Washougal. In 1991, the company constructed a lumber pressure-treating facility in White City, Ore. Later they added facilities in Ferndale, Fort Collins, Colo., and Loveland, Colo.

Employees: 60 at the Washougal plant.

Telephone: 800-777-8134.

Website: www.allweatherwood.com, wholesale only

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