Content about Carolinas

April 29, 2014

Lowe's and Porch have been busy since announcing their strategic partnership last January. Now, the companies are making the alliance known in all 1,700+ Lowe's stores nationwide after first introducing the service in the Carolinas and Seattle areas.

That means Porch is the in-store resource at every Lowe's store in the country, there to help homeowners link up with home improvement professionals for just about every project outside of Lowe's current installation services.

October 18, 2013

The good news for American manufacturing is that companies love to say that they’re Made in the USA. The bad news is that many say so without really meaning it. Even while demand accelerates for homegrown products, the FCC requirements for advertising Made-in-USA products remain shrouded in ambiguity.

October 16, 2013

Marking the home builder's expansion into the Carolinas market, AV Homes has named Bill Kiselick as Carolinas Division president, effective Oct. 7.

Kiselick brings 25 years of North Carolina real estate experiene to the table, having most recently served as division president for Mattamy Homes' Carolinas Division. His resume also includes stints with MI Homes of Charlotte, Hills Communities of Charlotte and Fortis Homes.

September 10, 2013

Cemex and Concrete Supply Co. have announced their plans to form a joint venture in the Carolinas. The new company will be known as Concrete Supply Co., LLC and will boast a production capacity of 2 million cubic yards.

Based in Charlotte, N.C., Concrete Supply Holdings Co. will be the majority owner and managing member.

July 22, 2013

KB Homes has a new face in its leadership department. Tom Sewitsky will bring 20 years of homebuilding experience, eight of which he spent in the Raleigh and Charlotte markets, to his new post as president of the Carolinas division.

June 19, 2013

While housing markets deflated and subsequently bumped along a trough for several years, how many times did you hear that Texas appeared unscathed by the housing downturn? While significant lumber volumes continued to enter Texas, sales in other markets, such as those in Georgia and particularly the Atlanta market, were so scarce that empty and closed lumberyards in those markets became the norm.

March 20, 2011

Oklahoma City-based distributor Cedar Creek will purchase distribution company Epperson Lumber of Statesville, N.C. 

The two companies signed a "letter of intent" for the deal, expected to close in about 60 days.

Located near Charlotte, N.C., Epperson Lumber’s sales coverage area ranges East along the coast of the Carolinas; South to Charleston, S.C.; North to Richmond, Va.; and West to Knoxville, Tenn.

October 15, 2008

The new 356,000-square-foot IKEA store will sit on 25 acres and feature 10,000 “exclusively designed”...

March 16, 2008

The fourth quarter was especially brutal on pro dealers in the southeastern region of the...