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Clark County at Work: Allweather Wood/Humboldt Redwood

By , Columbian News Assistant
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Wholesale supplier Allweather Wood employs 60 workers at its manufacturing and distribution facility in Washougal.
Wholesale supplier Allweather Wood employs 60 workers at its manufacturing and distribution facility in Washougal. (Zachary Kaufman/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

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.

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.

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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