We manufacture wooden pallets and skids to customers specifications. We are the number one pallet provider to the Shenandoah Valley since 1941. We stock several common sizes of pallets ready for immediate delivery. Please contact us today to place your order or use our custom pallet form to have us custom build pallets to your specifications.
We accept scrap pallets in trailer load quantities which we can pick up from any
local facilities. You can drop off your old pallets on Monday, Wednesday or
Friday between 7:00am to 3:30pm. All pallets must be free of debris and contain only wood and nails. Please contact us for further information.
Bottom Deck - Assembly of deckboards comprising the lower, load bearing surface of the pallet
Chamfered Deckboards - Deckboards with edges of one or two faces beveled, either along the full or specified length of board or between the stringers of blocks, allowing easier entry of pallet jack wheels.
Deckboard - Element or component of a pallet deck, oriented perpendicular to the stringer or stringerboard
Double-Face Pallet - A pallet with top and bottom decks
Double-Wing Pallet - A pallet with top and bottom deckboards extending beyond the edges of the stringers or stringerboards
Flush Pallet - A pallet with deckboards flush with the stringers along the sides of the pallet
Hardwood - Wood from broad-leaved species of trees (not necessarily hard or dense)
Length - Refers to the stringer or stringerboard length; also refers to the first dimension given to describe a pallet i.e., 48" x 40", where 48" is the pallet stringer/stringerboard length
Non-Reversible Pallet - A pallet with bottom deckboard configuration different from top deck
Single-Wing Pallet - A pallet with the top deckboards extending beyond the edges of the stringers or stringer-boards with the bottom deckboards flush (if present)
Skid - A pallet having no bottom deck
Softwood - Wood from coniferous or needle-bearing trees (not necessarily soft or low density)
Strap Notch - Recess or cutout on the upper edge of the stringer or the bottom of the top deckboard to allow tie-down of a unit load to the pallet deck with strapping/banding, also called the banding notch
Stringer - Continuous, longitudinal, solid or notched beam-component of the pallet used to support deck components, often identified by location as the outside or center stringer
Top-Deck of the Pallet - The assembly of deckboards comprising the upper load-carrying surface of the pallet