The roof is generally considered the most critical component of your home. It sheds water and snow, absorbs and reflects the ultraviolet rays of the sun, and protects every component under it from failure.

If you’re building a new home or replacing the roofing materials on an existing home, we have many of the most popular materials, supplies, and accessories in stock and ready to ship immediately to your job site.

Even a small roof leak can cause mold and rot to eat away at your sheathing, insulation, drywall, and framing and cause thousands of dollars in damage and repairs. Protect your biggest investment with our quality materials.

Material Types
Inexpensive and durable. Two words that appeal to most every homeowner and the reasons why these shingles are the most common roofing material in many parts of the nation. New manufacturing techniques mean these shingles can be stylish and colorful while continuing to hold up well in extreme weather conditions.
Wood shakes (thicker and rougher) or wood shingles (flatter and smoother) provide a timeless and rustic finish to the top of any home. Wood is a natural insulator too, so it’s good for energy-conscious homeowners who want their homes to be cooler during the hot summer months and warmer when temperatures plunge in the winter.
Lightweight, environmentally friendly, and low maintenance, metal roofs are becoming more popular each year. Homeowners can choose from copper, aluminum, and steel – all of which can be coated to prevent corrosion. The initial investment is greater but it’s an investment that pays for itself over time. A metal roof can last 50 years.


Nothing will change the curb appeal and value of a home like a new layer of siding. Dramatically upgrade the defining characteristics of your home with new materials such as vinyl, fiber cement, and PVC, or stick with the timeless options of wood and metal.

Renovate an existing home or use a combination of styles and materials to make a new project stand apart in the neighborhood where it’s being built. A new coat of siding will not only change the way a home looks, it will improve the energy efficiency of the home, keeping cool air inside during the summer and warm air from escaping in the winter.

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Siding Style and Material Types
Board and Batten
This traditional style of wide vertical siding with narrow “battens” applied over the joints of the wider boards can be used for an entire project or for specific areas. Sometimes referred to as barn siding because many North American barns are constructed in this manner, board and batten siding remains popular in many areas.
Made from fly ash, Boral is a brand of siding and exterior trim that’s extremely weather resistant and more environmentally friendly than many other siding alternatives. Boral can be ordered in clapboard or patterned varieties.
Generations of homes throughout the Northeast are covered in this overlapping version of horizontal siding. Also known as bevel, weatherboard, or lap siding, it’s available in a variety of materials including cedar, vinyl, fiber cement, PVC, or Boral, and plenty of sizes, textures, and colors.
Installed vertically or horizontally, patterned siding is available in many popular styles and materials. Select from styles such as shiplap, nickel gap, and channel rustic to give your home a look that’s truly your own. Add a custom touch with professional millwork on any material (cedar, pine, or Boral.)


More than any other interior finish, the options for wood flooring are almost endless. Selecting the right flooring for a home is a riddle homeowners can spend hours debating and deciding before making a final decision.

There are many issues to consider. What’s the right finish? What’s the right color? What’s the right plank size or what’s the right material to use? All these questions must be answered before a homeowner picks the product they think is just right for their home.

Our team can help you make the best choice from our array of hardwoods, custom-wide plank products, or easy-to-install options from many of the leading manufacturers in the country.

Floor Options
A classic and timeless look. Solid hardwood is installed, then sanded smooth and finished to a glass-like surface. A variety of wood species (oak, cherry, and cedar are among the most common), can be used, with the grade and width of the lumber also up to personal preference.
Get a true hardwood look with a factory finish that will provide wear protection that can’t be duplicated on site. This material is available in many sizes, colors, and styles for homeowners who want a look that will impress.
Ideal in high moisture environments or over concrete where the boards can be floated or glued to the existing floor. Engineered hardwood, which can be used in all areas of the home, is achieved when a thin layer of wood veneer is applied over a plywood or fiberboard core.
Watch a home-improvement or do-it-yourself show and you’ll see this durable wood product used as a cost-effective solution in many rooms. Pieces interlock and snap together and are floated over a subfloor rather than attached to it.

Exterior Trimboards

There is so much more a homeowner can do with custom trim pieces than adding it to the windows and doors of a home. With a little ingenuity and creativity, homeowners can craft distinctive design elements or add architectural interest to many areas of a home’s exterior.

Fascia boards, frieze boards, rake boards, and soffits are all areas of the exterior of a home where custom millwork made from cedar, mahogany or Boral can add visual interest and craftsmanship while also supporting the structural integrity and exterior protection.

Building Wrap

When you drive by a new construction project, do you ever wonder why the home is wrapped in plastic at some point during the building process? That wrap is a protective layer that sits between the sheathing and siding of every home, apartment, or commercial project.

It is designed to allow any moisture that gets trapped inside the wall to escape while preventing any water that gets behind the siding from getting to the sheathing and inside the wall. Building wrap also helps the insulation work better to keep cool air inside during the hot summer months and warm air inside during the cold winter months.


Walking up and down stairs is a fact of life in the Northeast since there are very few single-story homes. If you’re starting a new build or renovating an existing home, planning the staircases for your project is an important step.

Whether your design calls for a grand staircase in the foyer of a two-story home, a simple set of stairs into a basement, or a fold-down attic staircase in an upstairs bedroom or cramped closet, there are plenty of options for homeowners and builders to choose from.

Cellar Doors

Basement or cellar entry doors are designed to withstand some of the harshest conditions Mother Nature can deliver. They must be resistant to rain, snow, ice, and sub-freezing temperatures while also providing a consistent and safe way to enter and exit the home.

Basement and cellar doors must also be properly insulated and weather-stripped so air and moisture can’t leak through the door and make your basement damp and moldy. Regardless of your need, we have a door option for you.


Selecting the right type of insulation when building a new home or remodeling an existing one can save you thousands of dollars in energy costs while you live in the home. Insulating a home in the Northeast is important when you consider the temperature extremes (frigid in the winter, hot and humid in the summer) and everything in between.


Sheetrock is a brand name for drywall. This material is attached by screws or nails to the framing studs in a room to create flat walls and ceilings, wrap load-bearing columns, and conceal steel ceiling beams. Sheetrock is available in a variety of thicknesses, with some varieties moisture resistant or fire rated.

Our Stock:
3/8”Regular 4×8 1/2” Moisture Resistant 4×8
1/2” Regular 4×8 5/8”Fire Rated 4×8
1/2” Regular 4×12


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