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About Curtis Lumber’s Acquisition of Wiley Brothers:
Curtis Lumber is excited to announce the acquisition of Wiley Brothers at 1854 NY Route 40 in Schaghticoke, New York. Through Wiley Brothers’ 75-year history, they have been a family-owned, quality lumber yard and home improvement store very similar to Curtis Lumber. Moving forward, the store location will carry Curtis Lumber’s premium products, superior hardware assortment, and be staffed with the expertise to cater to both builders and homeowners. Curtis Lumber has long served the area with delivery service from nearby stores and this acquisition will serve to increase delivery and product availability to more of Rensselaer county.
“When we were approached about adding Wiley Brothers to our existing store locations, we jumped at the chance,” stated Jay Curtis, president, and CEO. “Our superior product assortment, award-winning delivery service, and extensive employee training program will only improve upon what has been a well-run family business.”
The transaction is expected to close on or about January 31st, 2021 with Curtis Lumber opening for business on the next day. All Wiley Bros employees will be offered positions with Curtis Lumber.
About Curtis Lumber Co, Inc:
Established in 1890, Curtis Lumber Company proudly serves Eastern, Central, and Northern NY and Vermont. By adding this new location, it brings the number of Curtis Lumber Co. locations to 23, all of which are independent, family-owned, full-service home centers and building supply yards. The company’s 650 employees pride themselves on serving both consumers and professional builders alike. With a delivery fleet of 100 trucks and a service area from Pennsylvania to the Canadian border, there is always a Curtis Lumber nearby.