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08/01/2022

Spahn & Rose acquires Still Lumber

Founded in 1946, Still serves the Atlanta metro area including contractors and builders along with film and TV studios.
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Still Lumber Georgia

Spahn & Rose Lumber Co. announced that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Still Lumber, a building-materials supplier in Conyers, Ga.

The acquisition complements Spahn & Rose’s 2021 purchase of Metro Building Products, based in Marietta, Ga.

“Still Lumber is a natural fit with Spahn & Rose,” said Dave Davis, Spahn & Rose CEO. “Like Spahn & Rose, Still Lumber has a long history of providing quality, expert service to contractor and homeowner customers. We’re proud to have Still Lumber join the Spahn & Rose family.”

Still Lumber was founded in 1946 and serves the Atlanta metro area, Georgia’s Rockdale County,  and beyond. 

Still Lumber’s customer base includes contractors, builders, remodelers, homeowners, and Georgia film and TV studios. Still Lumber offers custom-cut lumber and a variety of products such as framing lumber, hardwood lumber, joists, and decking materials.

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“It’s been a privilege to serve the Conyers and Atlanta area,” said Still co-owner Jason Hill. “For more than 75 years, Still Lumber has provided contractors and builders with high-quality building materials and outstanding service. I’m confident Spahn & Rose will find new ways to serve our customers.”

The acquisition of Still Lumber marks the fourth recent major addition for Spahn & Rose, including Dunn Lumber in Lake Geneva, Wis. in February 2019; Moeller & Walter Lumber in Reinbeck, Iowa, in February 2020; and Metro Building Products in August 2021.

The financial terms of this acquisition were not disclosed.

Based in Dubuque, Iowa, Spahn & Rose has served professional contractors since 1904. The dealer operates 24 locations in Iowa, Illinois, Georgia, and Wisconsin.

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