Builders FirstSource Acquires John’s Lumber, Gaining Distribution in Another Top 50 MSA

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Dallas, TX— Builders FirstSource, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLDR), headquartered here, among the largest suppliers of building products, prefabricated components and value-added services in the United States, recently announced it has purchased the assets of John’s Lumber. John’s Lumber operates two locations serving the greater Detroit metropolitan statistical area (MSA), the No. 41 ranked single-family housing market in the country and home to nearly half the starts completed in the state of Michigan annually. 

John’s Lumber was founded by Roy Aggeler in 1947 and has remained family-owned and operated ever since. The John’s Lumber team has built its reputation on a dedication to excellence in service that brings value to each customer who walks through the door. The company is a leading supplier of lumber and sheet goods, windows, doors, millwork, siding, decking, kitchen and bath, and installation services to homebuilders, remodel contractors and retail consumers. Included are Cedar and treated lumber. Revenue for the last 12 months is approximately $49 million. 

For more information about Builders FirstSource, visit the Company’s website at www.bldr.com.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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