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We have a full lumber yard to meet your needs. We have pine, spruce and pressure-treated lumber in various lengths. We carry sheathing materials, deck boards, cedar, siding and posts for fencing. Whether you are framing a house, building a deck or making planters, we should have what you need. Please call or stop by to check pricing and availability!
Stop by our showroom to check out our lawn & garden equipment! We have lawn tractors and zero-turn mowers along with hand-held equipment such as trimmers, blowers, chainsaws and edgers. Our brands include Echo, Ferris, Husqvarna and Scag. Furthermore, we offer small engine repair with a full-time technician on staff. Delivery and pick-up are also available, if needed.
Articles & Guides
Pet doors are a great way to help your pet easily go in and out as they please. Pet doors also make your life more hassle-free so you can worry less about letting your beloved furry friend go in and out of the house. Luckily, installing a pet door by yourself is an easy do-it-yourself project that requires some basic tools and skills. You and your pet will both be happier with the extra freedom and more time to be active outdoors.
If there’s one universal law of home renovations, it’s that everything adds up. Blowing the budget is an understandable fear for those embarking on home improvement projects. Focus, planning, due diligence, and budgeting are keys when looking to save money on your home renovation project. Here are some tips for how to renovate your house without breaking the bank.
Dog kennels or crates are often utilized as a place for dogs to spend some much-needed downtime, as well as a helpful training tool while a dog is getting used to spending time alone in your house. You can make crate time a “pawsitive” experience for your furry pal. Check out the dos and don’ts of crate time.