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ProBuild Holdings will hold a grand opening on March 14 for its newest location, a ground-up facility in Morgantown, W.Va. The 35,000-sq.-ft. lumberyard will offer lumber, building materials, windows, exterior doors, siding and trim, and a variety of hardware items to builders, contractors and do-it-yourself enthusiasts.
Customers of the new location will have access to materials from nearby ProBuild facilities, including Winchester, Va., which specializes in components and Frederick, Md., which specializes in millwork.
“We’re proud to bring our local market expertise and ProBuild’s national reach to Morgantown and our neighboring states,” said Brian Massie, general manager of the ProBuild Morgantown location. The Denver-based company will employ approximately a dozen people at the new facility.
ProBuild is the nation’s largest network of lumberyards and component plants, ranking No. 1 on the HCN Pro Dealer Scoreboard. It operates more than 430 LBM outlets that serve 45 U.S. states.