Green Hills Lumber & Home Center to become part of Lezzer Lumber

ROBESON TOWNSHIP — Lezzer Lumber, a building supply materials retailer headquartered in Western Pennsylvania has announced plans to acquire Green Hills Lumber & Home Center of Robeson Township. The deal is expected to be finalized April 1.

The addition of Green Hills expands Lezzer’s footprint into Berks, Chester, Montgomery and Bucks counties, the company said in an emailed response to questions.

K.C. Lezzer, vice president of Lezzer Lumber, said that Green Hills Owner Clancy Herr and General Manager Jud Kelly will remain with the company to manage the day-to-day operations of the location.

“We are excited to acquire Green Hills Lumber & Home Center,” Lezzer said in a statement.

Green Hills Lumber & Home Center, 3171 Morgantown Road in Robeson Township, has been in business for more than 40 years. The 13,000-square-foot retail facility features plumbing, electrical hardware, paint, lumber, and a large showroom.

The location has a staff of 15 with a combined 100 years of experience in the home materials business, according to information on the Green Hills Lumber website. In the emailed response to questions, Lezzer Lumber said it plans to hire additional staff as the company grows.

The addition of Green Hills Lumber will be Lezzer’s 11th lumberyard location. In total, Lezzer Lumber operates 12 retail facilities, a truss manufacturing facility, and four commercial door manufacturing facilities throughout Pennsylvania.

This is not Lezzer Lumber’s first tri-county area location, however. In 2017, it opened the Lezzer Design Center, 740 Springdale Dr. in West Whiteland, specializing in kitchen and bath design. In the region, the company also has locations in Lancaster, Harrisburg and Manheim.

Lezzer Lumber, headquartered in Curwensville in Western Pennsylvania, was founded in 1927 and is a third generation family–owned business. The company has 500 employees across its geographic footprint.

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