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Spring Home Show 2014

Building your dreams with Wayside Lumber

By From page HGS23 | April 30, 2014

This is the year that you are going to add on to your home or maybe build a guest house, new deck or possibly, that outbuilding that could house all those boy-toys that fill your garage. You kind of want to do this project owner/builder, so you take those plans down to Wayside Lumber in Rancho Cordova to see if they can help you determine how much of what material you will need.

For over 40 years, Wayside Lumber has stuck to their vision providing uncompromised quality and service to their customers. Their staff is made up of knowledgeable people who have the answers you need. They carry a full line of lumber products, sidings and trims and offer them at wholesale prices. Serving Sacramento and El Dorado County, they work with a number of contractors who know that the materials they need for a job will be available.

And if you have big plans for building, but have a small car that can barely carry a couple of bags of potting soil, Wayside will do on-site delivery within a certain distance. Plan a weekend to go down to their warehouse and store in Rancho Cordova and share your idea with a professional. Or snap a picture with your phone and bring it to the EDC Home and Garden Show and tell them what you have in mind. You may want to take a few measurements if you’re considering decking so you can get an idea of cost. They can help you make that dream project happen. Visit the Website at Waysidelumber.com and check out the unique list of materials that are available. Or, give them a call at 916-635-9090.

Fern Staton

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