Edward Hines Lumber to Open Grayslake Location in November

Buffalo Grove, Ill.-based Edward Hines Lumber, a subsidiary of US LBM Holdings, will be open a full-service building supply center and design showroom in November 2013. 

The property located at 939 South Route 83 in Grayslake will be managed by former owner of Stan’s Lumber, Carl Torstenson.

“We are excited to have this opportunity in Grayslake,” said Torstenson.  “The facility will allow Edward Hines to fulfill the demand for an additional Lake County professional building materials dealer. We look forward to servicing customers throughout Lake County and the surrounding areas.” 

In addition to providing a full range of lumber and building materials, the Edward Hines Grayslake Location will have a window, door and cabinetry showroom and design center.

Edward Hines also operates building supply centers in Alsip, Hampshire, and Wheaton, a Millwork facility in Kirkland, and a Window, Door and Cabinetry showroom in Buffalo Grove.

“The addition of Edward Hines to the Grayslake area will help diversify and stabilize the local economy in the “Heart of Lake County,” said Grayslake Mayor Rhett Taylor said.  “Edward Hines has been a landmark business throughout Chicagoland and we are proud to welcome them to historic Grayslake.”

Founded in 1892, Edward Hines Lumber, operates locations servicing homebuilders and professional remodelers throughout the state of Illinois, lower Wisconsin and Northern Indiana. 

US LBM is a collection of leading building material distributors serving the Midwest, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic in eight states with more than 50 locations.  The company is one of the fastest growing companies in the building supply industry and was awarded 2013 Pro Dealer Of The Year by Home Channel News

Implementing the philosophy of local management and leadership, US LBM capitalizes on the premier reputation and local customer relationships that each operation is known for in its market. Our primary focus is on customers that require specialized services, such as homebuilders and professional remodelers as well as multifamily and commercial contractors. 


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