Time’s Up for Hibbert Lumber

Unable to find a buyer for the 72-year-old family business, the Hibbert family will close Hibbert Lumber, Davis, Ca.

Idaho Home Center Closing

Mickelsen’s Home Center, Rexburg, Id., is permanently closing after 82 years.

Homewood Buys into Phoenix

Founded in 1984, TDM is one of greater Phoenix’s largest distributors of residential interior and exterior doors, moulding, trim, hardware and windows.

C&C Introduces Newest Mass Timber: MLT

The latest innovation in mass timber starts with the smallest of timbers—much of it from stands devastated by forest fires and pine beetles—to create MLT, the Multi Laminated Timber.

Orgill Plans First DC in Northeast

Orgill will build its eighth full-service distribution center within the next 30 months in Rome, N.Y.

G-P Closing 3 Particleboard Mills

This summer, Georgia-Pacific will shutter its particleboard facilities in Hope, Ar., and Monroeville, Al., and will not rebuild its plant in Thomson, Ga., which was destroyed in a May 29 fire.

BlueLinx Finalizes Real Estate Deals

BlueLinx Holdings, Marietta, Ga., recently completed several real-estate transactions as part of its “ongoing efforts to monetize (its) real-estate assets and reduce (its) leverage,” while remaining committed to local markets.

Fire Takes Down NorCal Roofing Supplier

Elite Roofing Supply Co., Pittsburg, Ca., was severely damaged by a June 23 fire that began in a nearby homeless encampment.

Roseburg Runs Shed Promo

In an effort to reward existing DuraTemp customers and create more awareness in the marketplace, Roseburg has been running a “Great Outdoors” promotion.

Online Research Drives Store Sales

To help people create the home of their dreams, brick-and-mortar home improvement retailers must invest in their websites and web presence.