East Haven & Ridgefield Building Supply are Divisions of US LBM Holdings,
a leading distributor of specialty building materials in the United States.
In the ever-changing landscape of the construction industry, one thing remains constant – our unwavering commitment to our customers. The union of East Haven Builders Supply and Ridgefield Supply Company marks a new chapter in our journey, one that is fueled by shared expertise, expanded capabilities, and a relentless drive for customer satisfaction.
We’re proud of our past and excited for our future!
East Haven Builders Supply & Ridgefield Supply Company have joined forces. Read the full story HERE.
US LBM Holdings acquires Ridgefield Supply Company. “Ridgefield Supply has a long history of success, and they’re a great fit for US LBM,” said US LBM President and CEO L.T. Gibson. “The New York-New Jersey-Connecticut tristate region is a growing market and adding a dealer and team of Ridgefield Supply’s caliber strengthens and enhances our position in the nation’s largest market.” Read the full article HERE.
Margret Price broke ground on the largest transformation in the history of the company. Creating an 89,000 square foot facility, comprising of a lumberyard, warehouses, a hardware & paint store, window & millwork showrooms, and an education center. You can read the full article HERE.
Margret Price acquired Ridgefield Supply Company from her father, Louis H. Price Jr., after working by his side for over 12 years. Read more HERE.
Millwood Lumber, a one-unit pro dealer in the heart of Winchester County, N.Y., was acquired by East Haven Builders Supply. "The addition of Millwood Lumber improves our access into Westchester County and increases our base of long-standing customers,” said Antonio Rossano, president of East Haven Builders Supply. Read more HERE.
East Haven Building Supply acquires Universal Components Corp, a truss and wall panel manufacturing plant. Learn more HERE.
US LBM, a leading distributor of specialty building materials in the United States, acquires East Haven Building Supply.
Margret Price, Louis H. Price Jr.’s daughter, joined Ridgefield Supply Company.
East Haven Builders Supply branched out into the design & sales of kitchen, bath, and other cabinetry with the creation of The Kitchen Factor.
Louis H. Price, Sr. retires after 42 years in the lumber industry. His son, Louis H. Price Jr becomes Ridgefield Supply Company’s new owner.
The small Ridgefield retail store was replaced by a state-of-the-art showroom and office building.
The Ridgefield Train Station was shut down and the train station was transformed into additional warehouse space.
East Haven Builders Supply was founded by the Thomas family.
Louis H. Price Sr., general manager at the time, acquired the majority interest in Ridgefield Supply Company, following the death of Frank Dain. Price being a 3rd generation of his family’s lumber industry in New Orlean, LA.
Frank Dain purchased Ridgefield Lumber Company and renamed to The Ridgefield Supply Company.
Millwood Lumber in Millwood, NY was founded. They offered lumber, millwork and hardware, and also had a window and door showroom.
The lumber yard was purchased by Harry Mayne & William Cargon who renamed it Ridgefield Lumber Company.
Richard W. Osborn & William O. Gilbert had their first lumber yard several miles down the road in Branchville, CT. They decided to take advantage of the rail line, originally built in 1873, to haul their inventory in and moved the lumber yard to its current location in downtown Ridgefield, CT, opposite of the Ridgefield Train Station.