This is the home for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about our company.
Where may I purchase your company’s products?
MFP distributes exclusively to The Home Depot stores in several states across the Western U.S. You may find our products at select stores in the following states: California, Arizona, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming. Please visit our Buy at Home Depot page to find The Home Depot store in your area where you may buy our products.
Can I buy directly from your sawmill?
MFP distributes finished lumber products exclusively to The Home Depot stores in several Western states. Please visit our Buy at Home Depot page to find a store in your area. You may also purchase directly from The Home Depot online.
Does your company distribute outside of the United States?
At this time, MFP only distributes its products to The Home Depot stores within the United States. MFP products may be found at select stores in the following Western states: California, Arizona, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming.
I am looking for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) certified wood, can I buy it from your company?
MFP manufactures and distributes FSC certified redwood and Douglas-fir to select The Home Depot stores. FSC certified wood is identifiable by looking at the barcode labels stapled on the ends of the wood. If the barcode carries the FSC trademarked, tree logo, the wood is FSC certified. FSC certified wood may also be special ordered through the Pro Contractor Desk at your local The Home Depot store.
Why should I use redwood for my deck instead of an artificial material?
There are many reasons to choose redwood for your deck over artificial materials. One reason is the natural, unique beauty of redwood that usually cannot be obtained from a manufactured, artificial material. For other compelling reasons to choose redwood, please visit our Redwood vs. Other Materials page.
Can I take a public tour of your sawmill and/or forestry operations?
As a working, industrial complex, our facilities are not open for public tours.