Beyer's Lumber and Hardware
call toll free 1-800-229-9662
Store Hours:
Monday - Friday, 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
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04-Jul-2017
Closed Tuesday July 4th!!
We are open today (Saturday) normal hours. And we are open Monday July 3rd (normal hours) We will be close..
13-Jan-2017
WINTER WEATHER
WE WILL BE CLOSING TODAY @ 2:00PM. WE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY AS WELL DUE TO WINTER WEATHER. BE SAFE!..
24-Dec-2016
HOLIDAY HOURS
WE WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 24th THROUGH DECEMBER 26TH. WE WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 31ST THROUGH JANUARY 2ND. ..
24-Nov-2016
Thanksgiving hours!!
We will be closed November 24th & November 25th for Thanksgiving~! We will re-open on November 26th, Small ..
05-Sep-2016
We Will Be Closed On Labor Day!!!!
We will be closed Monday September 5th for Labor Day!!!!..
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 Beyer's Lumber and Hardware - Established 1946

Our History

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The history leading up to Beyers Lumber Company as it is known today began in the early 1900's with Ed Beyers, Sr. Ed had been involved in several business ventures one of which was a lumber broker at the age of 18. A hard worker and determined man he set his sites toward the future.

In 1946, Beyers Lumber Company was established by the father and son team of Ed Beyers, Sr, age 55 and Ed Beyers, Jr. age 32. They began their biggest venture on a few leased acres and some storage buildings which were located about 1/4 mile west of the current location of Beyers Lumber Company. The lumberyard remained at that site until 1954 when the purchase of eight acres made it possible to move to its current location. They built and leased several buildings on this site which they named Beyers Industrial Court. One of these buildings was occupied by the lumberyard office until 1963 when the current office and showroom were constructed.

The current owner, Ed Beyers III started working in the business at an early age. He worked his way through all phases of the operation from unloading boxcars to sales, and in 1989 became the president of Beyers Lumber Company.