What does OrePac stand for?
OrePac stands for Oregon Pacific, this is the location where OrePac began in 1976.
How do you create an OrePac Marketplace account?
Call or email your local OrePac location to start the application process for a Marketplace account.
Can I buy directly from you?
Not at this time. OrePac Building Products is a wholesale building materials distributor. That means we supply home improvement stores, called dealers, with building materials. A price quote, purchase, as well as delivery options should all be directed to your local home improvement store. We would be more than happy to connect you to the dealers near you. Call or email your local OrePac location to be directed to your local OrePac branch and ask for a list of OrePac dealers close to your zip code.
Do you allow contractors to buy directly from you?
Unfortunately, we do not allow direct purchases from contractors at this time. All OrePac branches are wholesale locations, which means they are set up only for distribution. They are not set up as a lumber yard, but instead, we work with retail lumber yards and home improvement stores. If you would like to connect with one of the retail lumber yards or home improvement stores that we distribute to, then we would be more than happy to connect you to the dealers near you. Call or email your local OrePac location to be directed to your local OrePac branch and ask for a list of OrePac retail lumber yards close to your zip code.
When I try to open a PDF file nothing happens, what do I do?
Issues with downloading PDFs are often an isolated incident. These are the most common issues:
- Please check to make sure you have the most recent update of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device.
- Some of the PDF files are large so personal devices may have slow downloading times or may not have the proper storage for the file. In this case, please check your storage availability and check for any available updates. If the problem continues, please contact your device provider.
I want to apply for a position at OrePac, where can I find more information on the job?
Thank you for your interest in a career at OrePac Building Products. We are directing all job inquiries to Indeed.com or LinkedIn.com. Just select 'Apply Today' under the job title and brief description to be redirected to the job listing on Indeed or LinkedIn. All job qualification expectations and training opportunities will be detailed on Indeed or LinkedIn. Applications submitted via direct e-mail or social media will not be accepted. HR will recieve your application and determine if we would like to consider you for an interview.
I applied for a position at OrePac, should I follow up with an e-mail or phone call?
Thank you for your interest in a career at OrePac Building Products. Now that you have submitted your resume, HR will receive your application and determine if we would like to consider you for an interview. You will be contacted by HR if you are considered for an interview. Please do not follow-up any resume submission with additional e-mails or phone calls.
The 877-4-OREPAC number won't work, what do I do?
If a device does not have an area code connected to the zip code you are calling from, sometimes you will experience an error in redirecting your call. Please refer to our all locations contact page to call whichever branch location is closest to the zip code you wish to receive information about.
Can I get my current door pre-finished with FinishKote™ or PrismaGuard™?
We're glad the FinishKote™ paints and FinishKote™ featuring PrismaGuard™ stains have caught your eye. Unfortunately, this is not a service that can be completed on pre-owned doors. Instead, you can choose from a variety of Therma-Tru® fiberglass doors, and we will professionally finish it for you using the FinishKote™ process.
Can I order a stile and rail or molded and flush door pre-finished?
At this time, we only offer FinishKote™ finishing on fiberglass and steel doors.
What is stile and rail?
Stile and rail is the industry-leading woodworking technique used to construct wood doors. By placing panels within a sturdy frame, we can anticipate the natural seasonal movements of wood. The technique keeps your door safe from distortion and cracking. Molded and flush are other manufacturing techniques used to construct wood mixture and wood fiber doors.
What is the difference between PVC and composite decking?
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) decking refers to a 100% recyclable synthetic material that achieves the look and strength of real wood with less maintenance. Composite decking is a blend of wood fibers and synthetic material.
What is E2E?
Eased two edges means your boards will have two rounded edges and two squared edges.
What is S4S?
Standard four-sided means your boards will have two flat and parallel faces, as well as two flat and parallel edges.
What is MDF?
Medium density fiberboard is dry-processed fiberboard manufactured from wood fibers.
What are VOCs?
Volatile organic compounds include gasses, bacteria, lead paint and other harmful contaminants, which can be trapped inside improperly reclaimed wood. These VOCs will eventually release into their surroundings, creating a toxic environment.
What is SDL?
Simulated divided lite is the industry descriptor for doors that are made up of one piece of glass with selected bars that have been professionally adhered to the door glass. SDL doors often include custom options prior to manufacturing.
What is KD?
Kiln-dried is a traditional wood drying method that involves reducing the moisture content in the product. Before a product is dried, it is referred to as a green product. Green products have a high moisture content (MC). The green product is placed into kilns where heated air dries out the wood before use. When wood is kiln-dried it is incorporated into an industry-established MC standard. Other MC options include s-dried, air-dried, and weathered methods.
What certifications and memberships do your products hold?
Select brands that we partner with have certifications and/or memberships with some of the following organizations:
American Forest Resource Council
British Columbia (BC) Wood
British Columbia Wholesale Lumber Association (BCWLA)
Coast Forest Conservation Initiative
Coast Forest Products Association
Council of Forest Industries
Forest Innovation Investment Ltd.
Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC)
Independent Wood Processors Association of British Columbia (IWPABC)
North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA)
National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)
Program for Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC)
Scientific Certification Systems (SCS)
Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI)
U.S. Green Building Council LEED®
Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (WRCLA)