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84 Lumber refinances

BY Brae Canlen

84 Lumber has finalized a $225 million senior secured revolving credit facility to refinance existing debt, and for general corporate purpose. Wells Fargo Capital Finance and PNC Bank and acted as joint lead arrangers. GE Capital acted as co-collateral and documentation agent for the loan.

84 Lumber chief financial officer Paul Lentz said the new facility will give 84 Lumber greater financial flexibility and liquidity as it continues to improve its business following the housing market crash.

“It’s gratifying that Wells Fargo, who’ve supported us through the depths of the housing crisis, see the progress that we have made and continue to make as the economy and housing markets recover,” said Lentz. “We view their continued commitment to 84 Lumber as a sign that our management team has made the right decisions and taken the proper courses of action to not only survive the housing downturn but to put ourselves in a position to be a significant supplier as the markets continues to recover.

Founded in 1956 and headquartered in Eighty Four, Pa., 84 Lumber is the largest privately owned LBM chain, operating 250 stores, component plants, door shops, installation centers and engineered wood product shops in 30 states.

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Oct-09-2012 09:38 am

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Kleer offers comprehensive fastening solution

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Kleer Lumber, Inc., a manufacturer of extruded free foam cellular PVC building products, introduced KLEER Fasteners, the first comprehensive hidden fastening solution for cellular PVC trim and decking products.  Engineered to provide long-term performance, KLEER Fasteners are backed by a lifetime warranty and offer a lifetime of beauty for projects built with Kleer Decking and Kleer PVC Trim products.

KLEER Fastener products include Cortex screws and plugs for trim, Cortex screws and plugs for decking and the KLEERKlip Stainless Steel concealed fastener for KLEER grooved decking products.  

“We believe one of the reasons a contractor chooses Kleer trim or decking products is for the beauty they provide when finished properly,” said Walt Valentine, president, Kleer Lumber, Inc.  “Last year, we introduced a line of adhesives and sealants to make the selection of those products easier for contractors. Another important part of finishing a project is choosing fasteners that are structurally sound while providing a clean, color-matched and hidden appearance.”

Cortex screws and plugs for Kleer Cellular PVC Trim are packaged in 50, 250 and 750 linear foot boxes and feature a free Cortex setting tool with the purchase of the 250 or 750 sizes.  The setting tool ensures contractors will install the Cortex screws and plugs as quickly as possible and at the correct depth every time.  

 

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Parr Lumber helps kids map Portland

BY Brae Canlen

A group of preschoolers stung by wasps have transformed their experience into a giant map of Portland, thanks in part to a donation by Parr Lumber. The Maple classroom at Growing Seeds, a children’s learning center in North Portland, was given two large sheets of plywood by the Northwestern pro dealer to transform into a mural of their favorite places in Portland. 

The mural project started when a few of the three-to five year olds got stung by wasps while walking around the neighborhood one day, according to their teacher, Jeffery Hotchkiss. “Their interest in maps continued for months afterward,” Hotchkiss said.

The mural features Portland landmarks of importance to the children, among them students’ homes, parks, Peacock Lane, downtown, the Rose Garden, all the bridges, Oaks Park and the zoo. The preschoolers unveiled their masterpiece at a dedication ceremony on April 12, 2012, at Parr Lumber’s flagship store on Martin Luther King Blvd. 

Headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon, Parr operates 38 facilities in Oregon, Washington and Arizona including pro/retail building material yards, contractor focused facilities and cabinet outlets. 

 

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