US LBM Makes More Deals

US LBM has acquired two more LBM businesses and added a greenfield location.

It first purchased Arrowhead Stairs & Trim, Farmers Branch, Tx. Arrowhead president and GM Dave Harrison will continue to oversee day-to-day operations.

US LBM also acquired BuilderUp, which operates LBM stores in Owings and Waldorf, Md., and a truss/prefab steel products plant in Owings. GM Jeff LeBar will continue to lead BuilderUp’s day-to-day operations.

And, US LBM’s Universal Supply division opened a new roofing and siding location in Millsboro, De.

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