Mans Lumber Acquires Dillman & Upton

Jan/Feb Issue

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Trenton, MI— Mans Lumber & Millwork, based here, a family-owned company that specializes in lumber, millwork, windows, decking, kitchens and baths, has acquired Dillman & Upton of Oakland County, MI. 

Dillman & Upton, a home improvement center, showroom and lumberyard, has been in business for 110 years, according to the company website. Dillman & Upton focuses on high quality products and excellent customer service.

Since 1900, the Mans family of Mans Lumber & Millwork has served the lumber and building material needs of the Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor communities. Mans Lumber has four lumberyards, two kitchen and bath design showrooms, floor coverings, kitchen flooring, a finished carpentry and millwork shop and an installed products division.

The Dillman & Upton team continues to serve customers from its retail store, design showroom and lumberyard.

For more information, go to www.manslumber.com.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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