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Culpeper Wood Preservers has acquired Pleasant Garden Dry Kiln of North Carolina

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Culpeper Wood Preservers, Culpeper, Va., a leading producer of pressure-treated wood, has acquired Pleasant Garden Dry Kiln Co., Pleasant Garden, N.C.

With this acquisition, Culpeper Wood Preservers adds additional drying capacity for hardwoods and softwoods. This further enhances the capabilities and distribution coverage area for its pressure-treated wood into markets that stretch from the southeast to the northeast and through the Midwest. Culpeper Wood Preservers now has 18 facilities within its footprint. 

“We are excited about the acquisition and adding additional drying capacity to our company. This will allow our company to further broaden the capabilities of certain products. Culpeper Wood Preserver’s continued growth highlights our commitment to excellence for our customers, suppliers, and employees,” said Jonathan Jenkins, president of Culpeper Wood Preservers.

“My father started this company in 1966. For the 32 years he led this company, his vision was to ensure our employees and customers were always at the forefront of everything we do. And I’ve continued the same for the past 26 years. With this acquisition by Culpeper Wood Preservers, I am excited for the continued success of this facility,” said Jerry Millikan, owner of Pleasant Garden Dry Kiln Company. “I am just so thankful for the many good years we had. The resources of a much larger organization will greatly benefit our customers, vendors, and employees.”

In 1976, Culpeper Wood Preservers started from a single location in Culpeper. Today, the company is a leading manufacturer of pressure treated products to the residential, commercial, industrial, and marine markets. Culpeper Wood brand name products are sold exclusively through lumber dealers throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, Midwest and Southeast.