Superior Building Materials 

Requarth Lumber Company built its reputation for extraordinary service through five generations of experience in the building industry. Our entire operation is sensitive to the needs of building professionals — from storing lumber out of the weather in covered buildings to delivering materials promptly to the job site ready to use.

Building Materials at the Requarth Co. 

Grading lumber products establishes quality control standards among mills manufacturing the same or similar woods. These grades provide a dependable measure for determining the quality of lumber.

 

The Western Wood Products Association (WWPA) sets official grade rules, conforming to American Lumber Standards, for mills in 12 western states. The WWPA grade stamp, visible on White Pine, Spruce-Pine-Fir and other western species sold at Requarth Lumber, is assurance of its assigned grade.

 

The Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB) publishes grading rules under which more than 95% of the production of Southern Pine lumber is sold. To qualify for a SPIB grade-making license, a mill must have well-established credentials in manufacturing, seasoning and grading.

Framing Lumber 

Requarth materials are stored undercover. Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF), Fir and Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) are recommended and widely used for general framing purposes. Pieces are of good appearance but graded primarily for strength and serviceability. Below is a list of stock framing lumber. Additional lumber materials are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141  

Engineered Lumber 

Engineered wood includes a wide range of products manufactured by bonding together wood strands, veneers, lumber or other forms of wood fiber to produce a larger and integral composite unit. Structural engineered wood products are “engineered” by virtue of possessing design values that are confirmed by methods other than simple visual grading. APA divides structural engineered wood products into four general categories: 1) wood structural panels, including plywood, oriented strand board and composite panels; 2) glued laminated timber (glulam); 3) structural composite lumber (SCL), including primarily laminated veneer lumber (LVL), but also parallel strand lumber and oriented strand lumber; and 4) wood I-joists. 

Plywood and OSB 

Although different in composition and appearance, plywood and oriented strand board are manufactured according to the same performance standards. These standards apply uniform performance criteria to both products for their designated end uses — wall sheathing, roof sheathing, subflooring (APA Rated Sheathing) and single-layer flooring (APA Rated Sturd-I-Floor). The standards are recognized by all of the major model building codes. These products can withstand moisture and exposure during building construction, but are designed to be covered or secured in protected locations. Additional materials are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141  

 

Trusses & I-Joists Floor Systems 

Our experienced staff can help you select the right product for roof and floor systems. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141   

Panel Products  

The Requarth Co. stocks various panel products that are used in many industries.  Additional materials are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141

Cedar Lumber    

Naturally durable wood resists weather better than most untreated woods. Straight grain and uniform texture. Cedar‘s natural preservatives may leach to unprotected nails leaving a black stain. Use hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel deck nails. Treat Cedar with stain, paint or some other wood preservative.

CEDAR SALES SHEET 

Boards – Spruce and Pine     

Spruce and Pine boards are used for a variety of applications depending on the grade could commonly used for shelving, paneling, siding, boxes, crating and fences.

Boards – Composite & PVC     

Composite and PVC exterior trim boards are available through Requarth Lumber, are a durable, attractive alternative to traditional wood trim. Combining the look and warmth of natural wood with the durability of modern composite materials that resist damage from extended exposure to humidity, rain, snow, salt air and termites. 

Exterior Siding 

Solid wood has long been used as a siding material. Its natural beauty is timeless and the color and textures available are unmatched by other building products. Such properties make wood siding adaptable to a wide variety of regional preferences, architectural styles and climates. When correctly installed and maintained, natural wood siding will last for decades and sometimes centuries. Additional wood siding profiles are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141

Hardiplank® and LP SmartSide exterior siding, available through Requarth Lumber, is a durable, attractive alternative to traditional wood composite, Cedar, vinyl, brick or stucco sidings. Combining the look and warmth of natural wood with the durability of fiber-cement, Hardiplank resists damage from extended exposure to humidity, rain, snow, salt air and termites. It is dimensionally stable and under normal conditions will not crack, rot or delaminate.

Premium Preservative Treated Lumber 

Preservative Treated Decking 

Treated lumber protects wood from termites and fungi — two of wood’s most destructive enemies. At Requarth Lumber, we stock preservative-treated wood products. We stock both 5/4 x 4 and 5/4 x 6 Premium Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) radius-edge deck boards. Additional lumber materials are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141    

 

Preservative Treated Deck Framing and Timbers  

As the industry converted to above ground contact 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, & 2x12 material in the early 2000s we held strong and kept our treated 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, & 2x12 rated for ground contact because we know this material builds a better, longer-lasting deck.  

Fire Retardant Treated Lumber 

Fire-retardant treated (FRT) wood is commonly specified for projects with stringent fire safety requirements. These include nursing homes, college dormitories, commercial offices, shopping malls and government buildings. Customers typically purchase FRT lumber for sheathing, subflooring, joists, studs, blocking and furring. Additional lumber materials are available upon request. Please ask your salesperson. 937-224-1141  

Hardware, Fasteners, Sealants,
Glues & Tapes   

Requarth Co. stocks select hardware, fasteners from proven manufacturers you and local building officials trust.   


Please contact the store or your salesperson on specific products. 

Reliable Delivery & Pickup

We provide flexible, prompt delivery service to all customers, providing confidence and peace-of-mind for busy contractors and building professionals. Our delivery system features:
 

  • On-time delivery

  • Clear and accurate invoices

  • Prompt pick up of return items

  • Quick processing of material credits

  • Personal service by experienced sales staff


If you have questions regarding deliveries to your location, just call us at 937-224-1141.

Connect with us 

You have a busy life. We have three easy ways to set up your first meeting

  1. Video conferencing gives you the flexibility to discuss your project face-to-face from anywhere. 
     

  2. Over the phone. Have a lumber sales person call you at a designated time. 
     

  3. Visit the front counter and discuss your project in person. 

 

Contact us below to set an appointment or give us a call. (937)-224-1141  

Questions?

REQUARTH CO.

447 EAST MONUMENT AVE.
P.O. BOX 38
DAYTON, OHIO 45401-0038

 

PHONE: 1-937-224-1141
FAX: 1-937-224-5876

STORE & OFFICE HOURS:
7 AM – 5 PM, MONDAY – FRIDAY
7 AM – 2 PM, SATURDAY

KITCHEN SHOWROOM HOURS:
9 AM – 5 PM, MONDAY – FRIDAY

9 AM – 2 PM, SATURDAY

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