Warren Trask has been distributing the Boise Cascade Engineered Wood product line since 1996. Boise Cascade’s Engineered Wood Products make home building simpler, faster and more profitable for home builders. Boise Cascade EWP has consistently sized products that are stronger than dimension lumber, so less material may be needed.
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Made of the finest southern yellow pine lumber and waterproof adhesive available. It can be seamlessly integrated into any engineered wood system. Substituted for LVL and PSL in I-joist systems, 1.8E and 1.9E BoozerBeams are much more cost effective because they’re both stronger and lower in cost.
Engineered Wood Products Department
Our experienced design department prides itself on providing solutions, quickly and accurately. You can view the contact info for the EWP Department in the Company Directory.
- All electronic plans are submitted through email@example.com
- Our goal is a 5-7 day lead time on drawings with most being returned within 3-5 days
- All EWP drawings are laid out using Boise’s BC Framer whole house design software
- BC Calc is a single member sizing software used to size I-Joist and Versa-Lam products; engineered stamps can be provided upon request
- Product can be onsite within 48 to 72 hours
- Jobsite Delivery available upon request. Additional fees and lead time may apply.
- Orders can be emailed to EWPorders@warrentraskcompany.com
FROM THE BLOG
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