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Browse our products and build an estimate for your project on-the-fly. Want to see what it would cost to upgrade your deck to cedar? To composite? No problem. No waiting. Once completed, just submit your order for approval we will contact you to arrange pickup or delivery.
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Our Cedar and Treated Products will stand the test of time and look great. We offer everything you need to get the job done right.Browse Fencing Products
We carry multiple lengths of boards in each category and have the largest colour selection of Azek composite decking stocked and ready. Browse Decking Products
Complete shed kits and all the materials you need to complete the perfect garage, including the overhead door and shingles. Browse Garage Products
Precision is of the utmost importance. We provide the joists, plates and studs of a quality expected by Calgary’s leading home builders.Browse Framing Products
Whether it’s MDF, drywall or hardwoods such oak, maple, cherry, and walnut, our goal is to meet all of your construction needs.Browse Finishing Products
Feel free to reach out and talk to us, chances are we can help. Browse all our products
Let us do the heavy lifting. Email or call in your order and for a fee of $90 we will deliver and safely unload your order at the project site in Calgary. Easy peasy.
$110 to Airdrie. $110 to Chestermere. $130 to Cochrane. $150 to Okotoks.
White glove service:Drywall orders are delivered inside the house for your convenience.
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A peek into our past.
It began with a fence built in 1975 for the family dog. Neighbours wanted the same lumber for their own properties and Fred Pysh, sensing an opportunity, said he could sell it to them. He borrowed a truck, sold wood from the driveway and his father-in-law soon began calling Fred ‘The Lumber King’ as a wisecrack. For ten years Fred led a double life as Statistics Professor at the University of Calgary and as entrepreneur. In 1986, Fred forfeited his tenured position for a life in work boots and Lumber King quickly became an integral part of Calgary’s housing and construction industry.
Today, Lumber King is in the hands of Fred’s son, Dan, and is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. Dan received his B.A. from the University of Victoria in 2001, planning to work as an economist. But Dan soon sensed that his annual summer job had more to offer in the teachings of economics. Take it from Dan: lumber sales are a harbinger for the nation’s economy.