Shipping Custom Hardwood Steps & Railings to Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario
Shipping hardwood stairs and railings to Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario is pretty easy. Most couriers have daily service from Northern Ontario into Toronto and then sub it out to go further west to Kitchener.
Apex Motor Express does the same thing. They bulk ship our hardwood stair treads and handrailing overnight on a truck to Toronto and then transfer the next day to take it into Kitchener-Waterloo. So far we’ve had no damage to any of our outbound shipments in the last 6 years.
We like the fact that we can put all your steps in one package with the vital edges protected on the inside. It can then be moved around with automated forklifts and less likely to get the corners crunched.
You have the choice with Apex Motor Express to either pick it up at the depot, so you’re not waiting in for the courier or have them sub out the delivery to a local address.
Shipping To The Kitchener-Waterloo ON, Apex Express Depot
The Apex depot is at 18 Forwell Rd, in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON (see map below) and they can be held there for you to pick up.
Phone: 1-519-579-5430 (see map below)
Pricing: $90.00 plus taxes for up to 400lbs pallet
(this is equivalent to more than 40 custom oak wood stairs or some multiple of steps, box newels and/or railings. I don’t think too many homes in Kitchener -Waterloo use quite that many steps.
Direct to Home
You can certainly use Apex to get your wood treads to a specific Kitchener or Waterloo City address, but they transfer your treads to an “in-town” courier that can deliver to your home. These special arrangements can be made directly with Apex once your stairs arrive at their KW depot.
If you have a business address that you can use, Apex to deliver to a business address in Kitchener proper for the same depot cost.
For More Information:
You can fax over a drawing or email and we’ll get right back to you with pricing. We custom make these in the sizes, shape and wood that you desire and wholesale them from our factory in the far north, not quite by dogsled but almost — Sudbury, Ontario Canada.