Builders Spotlight: Alpine Lumber, serving Grand County for 30 years |

Builders Spotlight: Alpine Lumber, serving Grand County for 30 years

Builders Spotlight
Grand County Builders Association

Alpine Lumber has been a part of the Grand County community for the past 30 years and a proud member of the Grand County Builders Association since 2001. Alpine started selling building materials out of an old gas station in downtown Granby in 1985 and in 1990 broke ground on its current facility at 62500 US Highway 40, moving in the following year.

Alpine Lumber Company was founded in Englewood, Colo., in 1963. The company now operates 13 lumberyards, three truss shops, and three millwork operations throughout Colorado and Northern New Mexico.

Alpine Lumber is 100 percent employee owned and the pride of ownership is evident throughout all aspects of the operation. Honesty, integrity, and impeccable business ethics are paramount. Employee owners are also committed to being the best supplier of building materials and strive to provide customers with excellent service and quality products. Even the handiest people need the products and support to make sure a job is done right.

Alpine has a wide selection of products and the experienced team makes sure clients have the help they need to make their projects a success. Some of the products and services Alpine offers are: Wide range of framing material (lumber, plywood, etc.); kitchen and bath design; countertop design and install; windows & doors; roofing; log home products; roof and floor trusses; Fast Frame precision cut floor systems; project estimating; forklift delivery.

The entire employee owner team at Alpine Lumber would like to thank everyone in the community for their continued support and business.

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