AdvantageLumber.com Complaints, Problems? We want to know.

With over 30 years of service, AdvantageLumber.com has amassed a large number of worldwide sales and loyal customers. During that time, we make sure we don’t take you for granted. We are constantly reviewing our processes to maintain the highest level of efficiency. From seed to harvest and from milling to your door no stone goes unturned when it comes to ensuring that we improve our customer service as well as our products.

Understandably, a problem might arise. You might even find one or two complaints about AdvantageLumber.com. Whatever problems someone mentions has always been followed up on. The President of our company has even personally spoken to people if they had concerns. Your satisfaction is of prime importance to us. This is why we have grown our reputation as the leading supplier or wood decking to the market.

In fact, we constantly have our Research and Procurement teams in the world finding new eco-friendly sources for material. We inspect the mills operations thoroughly. We fly across continents because we realize that our customers deserve the best, high-quality wood products. We monitor your order along every step of the way and inspect each board prior to shipment.

If you’re an Advantage Lumber customer and would like to share how your order went, please leave a comment. Even if you had problems, we want to hear from you so that we can fix whatever problems occurred. We look forward to hearing from you.

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5 thoughts on “AdvantageLumber.com Complaints, Problems? We want to know.

  1. Joan

    We just installed our Tigerwood deck – it looks beautiful. We were very pleased with your company’s service & product. After we applied the Ipe Oil we neglected to wipe up any excess from the roller, it didn’t look like it was pooling, but after 24 hrs. we notice some sheen & tackiness in places. Should I try to rub off the excess with a soft cloth & mineral oil, or just leave it alone & it will wear off? Also, we live in Maine where it will be covered with snow for about 3 mos. Thanks for your help.

  2. Mr. Ipe Hardwood Post author

    Joan,

    I’m glad to hear that everything has gone good and that you are happy with the product. It’s comments like yours that make coming in everyday that much easier.

    In terms of the access oil, you can try to pressure wash the surface or use the deck cleaner that we carry. If this doesn’t work I would wait it out until the spring and see what happens. Reason being is the next step would be to sand the surface and start over but like you said its going to be snowing on us in 3 months (I’m in Buffalo NY).

  3. Gary Lindeke

    I was sold on your trim product line by the local lumber rep in my area, Santa Cruz, CA, being told your products offered a life time guarantee and sold my customer on the additional cost because of this. Now a little over 5 years the handrail caps I installed on their exterior decks have literally fallen apart and allowed water to accumulate and rot the underlying plywood and framing. Please note I back primed all exposed ends and chalked all areas between the cap and siding. The cost to date to replace both the caps and damaged lumber is well over $1000.00. In my 35 years as a contractor in the industry I have yet to see a product literally fall apart as yours has and would not recommend it to anyone. Also the same lumber rep mentioned they’ve had numerous complaints similar to my own.
    I would like to know how I go about being reimbursed for the damage and replacement costs.

    Gary Lindeke

  4. theipeguy

    I’m sorry to hear about your troubles. However, what you’re describing doesn’t sound like our product. We are aware of a few companies with names similar (nearly identical) to ours that sell imitation ipe. This fake wood does have a reputation for falling apart as you’ve described.

    I don’t know for sure that this is what happened to you, but if you have any questions you can call one of our representatives at 1-877-232-3915

  5. Gary

    Sorry for my blunder. After checking into it I found the correct company for the product. My apologies.

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