AltruWood, Inc. Offering Lower Prices, Faster Delivery for Reclaimed Doug Fir Flooring
Local FSC® Certified Wood Company Finds New Source for Reclaimed Wood Products to Reduce Costs for Customers.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
AltruWood, Inc., a Portland-based sustainable wood company, will be offering lower prices and faster delivery times from here on out for all reclaimed Doug Fir products, including reclaimed Doug Fir Flooring.
AltruWood customers can now order 4 ½”, 6 ½” and 8 ½” widths of reclaimed Doug Fir Flooring for just $6 or less. Usually, companies will charge more for wider widths of wood, but AltruWood is now offering the same low price for its reclaimed dough fir across the board.
“We've got the best reclaimed Doug fir flooring in town for the price,” said AltruWood President Patrick Monaghan, “and we're excited to be able to offer such a great deal to our customers across the country.”
In addition, the local leader in eco-friendly lumber products is offering faster delivery after reducing lead time. While customers typically had to wait 4-6 weeks to receive their wood after purchase, orders can now be put tougher in half the time, cutting the wait period down to just 2-3 weeks. Monaghan reports that ultimately, the company hopes to speed up delivery times even further, to just one week.
Aside from reclaimed Doug fir flooring, AltruWood offers FSC certified and reclaimed beams, decking, flooring and finished lumber in a variety of species. You can check out their website at http://www.altruwood.com, stop in their new office location at 917 SW Oak Street, Suite 320, Portland, OR 97205, or call 1-877-407-9788.
About AltruWood, Inc.
AltruWood (http://www.AltruWood.com) focuses on delivering responsible lumber products to the building industry. Founded in 2004, the company quickly developed a strong reputation for high-quality reclaimed and antique beams, timbers, and flooring with a robust national distribution network. AltruWood also became one of the first classified lumber brokers in the U.S. to be FSC certified, in order to follow a business model centered around minimal environmental impact and maintaining a small carbon footprint.
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