Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I order?

A: You can use the web site to order or you can call us at 855-274-8664. Our web site is safe and secure using SSL encryption. We don't store credit card numbers on our system.

Q: Do you accept credit cards?

A: Yes, we take all major credit cards or you can pay through PayPal.

Q: How can I pay for this?

A: Credit card or PayPal are the standard payments we accept. If you want to open an account and apply for credit, just give us a call and we will send you an application. We do offer terms to credit worthy companies and government agencies. Check or wire transfer/ach available in advance as well.

Q: Do you carry the screws?

Q: What type of screw should I use?

A: Yes. We carry OEM quality screws with cutting threads. We currently offer both 2" and 2-1/2" lengths. Which screw size is right for me? What screw do I need for what size board?

Q: Do I need to treat my floor?

A: Certainly treating your floor with a high quality oil finish will extend the life of your floor and make it look great.

Q: What do you recommend to treat it with?

A: In the past, we recommended Messmer's UV Plus, Ipe Oil, Seal-Once, Penofin and Sikkens. In 2018, TrailerDecking.com developed APITONG OIL - the finest quality exterior wood stain ever made. A proprietary blend of all Marine Grade components including Pure Tung Oil, Transoxide Pigments, UV Blockers and a Fungicide give our APITONG OIL the longest lasting protections available.

Q: Do you sell the treatment?

A: Yes. APITONG OIL is available from us. Coverage per gallon is 600 to 800 SF on smooth hardwood and 250 to 350 SF on rough hardwood.

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APITONG OIL by ExoShield provides more protection and more coverage than any other product on the market today - 600 to 800 SF on typical smooth hardwoods and 250 to 350 SF on rough hardwoods. Finally, a penetrating natural oil with fantastic UV color stability - the perfect finish for truck trailer floors and any other exterior wood projects that deserve the best protection and finish that money can buy. APITONG OIL is the ultimate in beauty and protection for your exterior wood projects. Why comprise? We didn't.

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Q: What species of wood do you recommend? What species do you carry?

A: Apitong is the best - practically all OEM's use for the toughest outdoor applications. We only offer the best - durable and dense, Apitong.

Q: Where are you based out of?

A: Our offices are in Beaverton, OR - with warehouses in Memphis, Beaverton, Chicago & more.

Q: Can I pick up my order?

Q: Does that cost?

A: We are more than willing to offer Will Call pick up for our customers. It still takes us a day or two to pull an order so please allow for plenty of time. Occasionally, customers just show up at the warehouse - that won't work - you have to order well in advance. There is no shipping charge for Will Call orders.

Q: How quickly can you ship?

A: Provided we have the material in stock, 1-2 days is typical; but sometimes, we do get backed up. We will confirm expected ship date when you place your order.

Q: What is transit time?

A: 5-10 days, depending on distance from warehouse. I would say 3-8 days, sounds a bit nicer. Generally a carrier issue if longer which we could explain at that time.

Q: Can I request my lengths?

A: Yes, absolutely - there is a text box you can use to enter your requested lengths when you order online. Or you can just call in and make a length request. Or, after you order online, just give us a call to pick lengths. Need to note lengths run between 8'-24' in foot long increments and stock will vary so check before ordering if requesting a length.

Q: Do you cut to length?

A: No. All of our material is full length at a minimum. Most pieces are 1" to 2" over in length.

Q: Will you rip specific widths for starter or finish boards?

A: No, we cannot rip boards for you. We suggest using a table saw with a good quality carbide tipped blade and a straight fence. A cabinet grade saw with a minimum 3 HP motor works great for anything up to 2" thick. If the fence is misaligned, the hardwood will bind up and burn while cutting - alignment of the fence is the key to ripping quickly without burning.