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Lumber Yards in Fort Worth, TX
Forest Hill Lumber Co
3370 Mansfield Hwy, Forest Hill, TX, 76119
1.Teague Lumber Co
2501 White Settlement Rd2.87 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberRoofing Equipment & SuppliesDoors, Frames, & AccessoriesHardware Stores
I am a Multifamily Developer and my experience with Teague Lumber was deplorable. I telephonically ordered fiber-cement siding and sent a company representative to pick up the order. What I received was fiber backed siding. Upon arriving to the jobsite I immediately realized their error, left the siding banded on still loaded on a trailer, and scrambled to find the correct material late on a Friday afternoon. I was able to locate the correct material and avoid a production delay for the project. When I notified Paul Teague and returned the material I was charged a 20% restocking fee for their mistake. (Please take note that the material was never touched, still banded and was unloaded from the trailer in under 2 minutes by a fork lift who simply stacked the material on the original stack in their yard). I contested the restocking fee and was told that it was their policy on all returns. I do not recommend Teague Lumber. However, if you would like to email me at email@example.com I would be happy to give you a contact to a lumber company that will take care of your purchase at a better price guaranteed.
2.Robinson Barney Hardwoods & Lumber Co Inc
2500 E Lancaster Ave2.11 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberWood ProductsHardwoodsMoldings
Hardwood lumber and plywood for cabinet makers, furniture, home hobbyist, architectural, trailer lumber, and other applications.
3.Forest Hill Lumber
3370 Mansfield Hwy4.07 mi Forest Hill, TX LumberWood ProductsPharmaciesRoofing Equipment & Supplies
4.Quarles Quality Lumber
1801 Park Place Ave1.39 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberWood ProductsLumber-WholesaleBuilding Materials-Wholesale & Manufacturers
5.Quarles John E Co
1801 Park Place Ave1.39 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberWindowsBuilding MaterialsLumber-Wholesale
6.Idaho Timber of Texas
900 W Risinger Rd7.71 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberBuilding Materials-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Idaho Timber offers a variety of wood products to its customers. The company provides ponderosa and southern yellow pine, Douglas fir, spruce and cedar products. It cuts and mills a range of lumber and timber. Idaho Timber also sells boards, decking, studs and fencing products in several specifications. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, the company maintains a location in Fort Worth, Texas.
7.R E Sweeney Co Inc
3700 Noble Ave3.41 mi Fort Worth, TX LumberDoors, Frames, & AccessoriesLumber-WholesaleWood Products
Established in 1959, R E Sweeney Company is a manufacturer and wholesaler of building materials. It is the parent company of Resdoor and Sweeney Hardwoods. Resdoor is a provider of door units, molding and millwork services to customers in the greater Dallas area. Founded in 1970, Resdoor s products include entryways, custom doors, castle doors, fiberglass doors, metal door units, steel entry doors, inset molded doors and Rediframes. Sweeney Hardwoods manufactures molding and cabinet materials. R E Sweeney Company is headquartered in Forth Worth, Texas.
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