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LBP announces the addition of a full line of stucco products and materials from Shurkote®.  Please see our new stucco page.

Rich earth tone stucco roofline by Shurkote

We are also proud to announce the addition of our stucco guru, Joseph Cheshire.  Joseph has 20 years of experience in the stucco business.  His family has been in the stucco business for 60 years and he may have some stucco in his veins. 

When LBP makes a commitment to a product line, we believe it is essential to provide the finest in products and services to our customers. This includes the tools, supplies, and the expertise to help our customers succeed in their business.  In adding the Shurkote® line of stucco products, tools by Wind-lock®, foam products, including custom shapes by Drew Foam, and Joseph, we believe we have accomplished our goal.

LBP is proud to announce the addition of the Weather-barr window to our product line. 

Founded in 1934, the Harry G. Barr Co. is a family owned and operated business which supplies a six state region. They manufacture, supply, and service high quality vinyl window and door products to the homebuilding and remodeling industry with emphasis being placed on value and fair pricing. Because they manufacture several complete lines of vinyl windows and doors, and have over 75 years of experience, we are positive that they can fill your every need.  Standard sizes, special sizes or custom shapes are no problem and Weather-barr offers many glass and grid options too numerous to list.

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Other News
  • LBP proudly adds the Shurkote Stucco line of products to our family. We are stocking conventional as well as a full line of polymer products and offer color matching as well as 56 standard colors in 5 textures.
  • Cathy Reints joins the LBP team.  Cathy has been in the building material business for 15 years.  She worked as the Senior Project Manager for California Building Specialties of San Marcos, CA.
  • The construction materials market is stabilizing. Production increased 0.8% in the last three months and prices rose 2.1% although much of the price increase is imported inflation. It is premature to conclude that sustained expansion has begun. Both orders and shipment slipped slightly in the last three months. While inventories fell 1.2% over the same period, the inventory/sales ratio (1.35) remains slightly above the target range for manufacturers. Sustained production gains will not begin until construction spending begins rising late in the spring.