Structural Timber & Extended Life Building Materials
"If we don't have it, we'll make it."
Gun Barrel Pilings:
No-Taper Solid Wood Pilings Up to 52 Feet Long
All the strength of round pilings with the uniformity of square for a natural -- yet refined -- appearance.
Excellent Materials, Superior Service, and Impressive Capabilites in Logistics & Production
Premium Decking Materials & Products
Explore our huge inventory of unique decking options available for shipping throughout the greater Houston area and often far beyond
Structural Timber Products for Projects Worldwide
Call our experienced project consultants at (800) 716-0636
Unmatched Service & Capabilities
Buying materials from American Pole & Timber means you will build with the best materials and our custom manufacturing capabilities provide you with more options for designs and solutions.
So remember: We can make anything out of wood so just tell us what you need. Our capabilities are your capabilities.
Daily Deliveries & Safety
Construction is an essential industry and we’re here in full force to supply your projects. We are delivering daily!
For your safety and the safety of our drivers, they are equipped with an arsenal of sanitizers and cleaners and the understanding that we’re all in this together. While they can’t offer the usual handshake, you can still expect a genuine smile and great service.
We appreciate your business!
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News & Articles
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