2012 Western Maine Builders Guide
Everything you need to know about building in Western Maine from products and services to real estate.
Advertising supplement to the Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 A directory of local businesses offering products and services for the building industry. Celebrating 25 Years in the Fence Business � Chain Link � PVC Vinyl � Cedar � Ornamental � Residential � Commercial � Industrial � Split Rail � Custom Wood � Dog Kennels � Railings We Se ll & Install Flags, Fl ccessories es & A agpol FREE ESTIMATES Mike & Eileen Thompson Oxford, Maine 207-539-4300 E-mail: email@example.com � Fax: 207-539-4409 www.doubletfence.com Serving Western Maine & The Mt. Washington Valley 2 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Monday-Friday 8-5; Saturday 8-4 or by Appointments 744-9053 Don Tikander Why Pay The Middle Man? 290 Park St., So. Paris, ME 877-778-2880 www.kbsmodelcenter.com $ Steve Merrill * Land Available * Residential * Commercial * Multi-Family from KBS 1. Free kitchen upgrade from Flat Panel to Raised Panel 2. Free upgrade to Double Hung Windows 3. Free upgrade to the Energy 2 Package. (R-20 Cellulose, Wall Insulation, R-49 Cellulose Ceiling) Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Energy Star Lighting Any Questions, please consult with your sales representative Minimum of $500 Deposit Contract Signed by 3-30-12 Delivery by 6-30-12 True Factory Direct Home Center BUILDING GUIDE National Homebuilders Association � Imagine Real Estate Inc. is on the premises for your Real Estate listings � We Set & Finish Our Homes � Home-town Faces for Home-town Service � Immediate Response � Top Quality Sales & Service � Total Packages from the ground up � Build a Standard Home and delivered in 4 weeks Oxford Chamber of Commerce � Factory Tours Available 3 CARPENTRY ~ HEATING New Homes & Remodeling Caleb Rackliffe Installation & Service Joseph Rackliffe 491-9329 491-9325 Plumbing�Heating�Cooling Geothermal � Solid Fuel � Solar Comfort Controls 645-2711 firstname.lastname@example.org 4 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BETHEL, MAINE 824-2139 Premiere Showroom! BRAND NAMES YOU CAN RELY ON: Harman, Starmark, Congoleum, Shaw, Cabots, Benjamin Moore, Bostitch, Andersen, JELD-WEN, Emco, Candlelight, Mohawk, Uniclic Drive-Thru Lumber Yard Drive through, pick out your materials & then check out. 33 Cross Street, Bethel � Open Mon-Fri 7am -4:30 pm Sat. 8-Noon (207) 824-2139 � 1-800-858-2139 FREE Estimates � FREE Delivery Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Computerized Kitchen Design BUILDING GUIDE 5 RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL No Job Too Big or Too Small! Ryan Morgan - Master Electrician - Fully Licensed & Insured West Farmington, ME 04938 Home: 207-778-2452 � Cell: 207-491-7314 email@example.com 6 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Always the BEST Brands at the BEST Prices Start at Made in USA Lifetime Mechanism Warranty Recliners $29999 21 Models to Comfort Test Made in USA. And Western Maine's 1st iComfortTM Gallery! Appliances To Fit Every Budget & Style! Stanley's Furniture & Appliance Mart Always FREE Professional Delivery and Removal www.StanleysFurnitureMart.com 77 Congress St. Rumford, ME 364-3160 Mon.-Fri. 9am - 5pm Sat. 9am-3pm We're On FaceBook 639 WILTON RD., FARMINGTON 778-6566 1-800-789-6566 www.nlightstove.com PELLET STOVES from $ 1,599 Stop by our showroom to view our stoves in action! We carry an extensive line of Wood, Gas & Pellet Stoves, Fireplaces and Inserts. THINK SERVICE BEFORE YOU BUY! p Gasification Wood Boilers Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BUILDING GUIDE 7 Trusted by generations of rugged workers! TM www.labonville.com Main Office Wholesale & Catalog Sales 504 Main St., Gorham, NH 03581 1-800-764-9969 � 603-752-4030 Open: M-F 8:00-5:00; Sat. 8:00-12:00; Closed Sun. Main Office Wholesale & Catalog Sales 1618 White Mtn Hwy (across from Settlers' Green) No. Conway, NH 03860 � Open: M-Sat 9-6; Sun 10-5 349 Wilton Road, Farmington, ME � 207-778-2526 53 River Road, Mexico, ME � 207-364-7079 514 Lakewood Rd., Madison, ME � 207-474-8815 Open M-F 8-5; Sat. 8-12; Closed Sunday VISITMake Your House A Home BOUFFARD'S To Sofas Starting at $399 All Your Flooring Needs! Quality furniture for every room in your home �Dining Room Sets �Living Room Sets �Mattress Sets �Bedroom Sets & Much More! CARPET VINYL LAMINATE 662 Wilton Rd., Farmington 778-2045 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm � Sat. 9am-3pm GE Capital Financing 8 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 FLEXSTEEL GALLERY, LAZYBOY COMFORT STUDIO, ENGLAND & ASHLEY TOP FURNITURE! IT'S WORTH THE TRIP 42,000 SQ FT OF FURNITURE, APPLIANCES AND HOME ELECTRONICS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9am-6pm � Saturday 9am-5pm ~ Sunday 11am-4pm 1-800-287-5212 Since 1950 www.topfurniture.com Route 16, between Berlin and Gorham, NH � Liners � Inspections � Chimney Cleaning Stop By Our Showroom Today! By investing in a new wood or pellet stove you can help cut your heating costs and start saving money today! 113 River Rd., Livermore 897-4200 or 1-800-515-0221 www.donsstoveshop.com 25 Years of Satisfied Customers! BUILDING GUIDE 9 � Sales & Service � Installation � Friendly & Under One Roof Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 A mortgage you can love ... from the Credit Union you trust! Whether you need a mortgage for your first home ... Or a Home Equity loan to upgrade your current home... Let Oxford Federal Credit Union put you in the home of your dreams! ______________________________________________________________________________ 54 Fair Street . Norway ofcu.org 225 River Road . Mexico 1.800.991.9219 let's grow together Plywood and MDF: What's the difference? Fo r d e c a d e s p l y wo o d w a s t h e g o - t o inexpensive wood of choice for many homerepair projects. In fact, it was actually the first manufactured wood product available. T h e t e r m M D F, o r m e d i u m - d e n s i t y f iberboard, st ar ted making its way onto home-improvement shows and among do-ityourselfers, making it a popular material in recent years. Still, many people do not know the differences bet ween t hese t y pes of wood product s. Plywood is constructed by gluing several layers of thin wood veneers between two pieces of wood to create a solid sheet. Experts say there is an odd number of veneer layers, and each one is attached at a right angle to the one below to add strength to the plywood. There may be knots or irregularities in the plywood because it is made of actual slices of wood. It comes in a var iet y of strengths, depending on the thickness of the plywood. Thickness can vary by sheet depending on the manufacturer, so each sheet may not be consistent. MDF is formed with wood fibers or shavings mixed wit h glue or resin. Under heat or pressure, t he M DF is made into a solid material. Because MDF is not made from slices of wood to form veneers, it will not have the traditional graining or knots associated w it h wood . T h is c a n be a n adva nt age or disadvant age depending on how it is ultimately used. MDF is often easy to cut, drill and manipulate because users will not have to work around grain or knots. Users should be careful to drill pilot holes before attaching MDF because it can split. Due to machine creation, MDF is generally u n i for m i n t h ick ne ss , wh ich ma ke s it consistent for many uses. It is important to note that sanding and cutting of MDF can cause the release of formaldehyde. Safety goggles and a mask are a must when using this product. Ply wood is more readily used for walls, ceilings and subfloors because of its strength. MDF is widely relied on for building cabinets, crafts, shelving and trimwork. (Metro) 10 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Excavators that dig the tough scenes. KX121-3 Compact Excavator Where there's work to be done, you'll nd a Kubota excavator ready for it. With the power of a larger excavator, Kubota's fuel ef cient KX121-3 has 360 degree rotation range, hydraulic angle blade for faster back lling, advanced load-sensing hydraulic system, optional air conditioned cab and more. Kubota's KX121-3--tackles those tough scenes. � 40.5 HP Kubota diesel engine � 9063-lb. operating weight � 11'5" digging depth � 12'8" dumping height � 8754-lb. bucket breakout force Rt. 2, East Dixfield � 645-4934 or 1-800-287-4934 Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 8-12 R.S. Osgood & Sons www.rsosgood.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.kubota.com �Kubota Tractor Corporation, 2008 Construction Equipment From the Ground Up. Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BUILDING GUIDE 11 Jean Castonguay E X C AVAT I O N 897-4283 or 491-8128 897-4283 Sand � Loam � Gravel Septic Systems Brush Chipping Lots Cleared Call Jean or Adam Rt. 17 � Livermore Falls Moose Creek Log Homes "Now a Division of" R.E. LOWELL LUMBER, Inc. "From the Tree to You" QUALITY LOG HOMES � PACKAGES � ADDITIONS � CAMPS & COTTAGES � GARAGES Stop & Visit Our New Lumber Yard & Hardware Store 2319 Auburn Rd. Turner, Me. Phone: 207-224-7497 Fax: 207-224-7376 R.E. LOWELL QUALITY BUILDING SUPPLIES FREE ESTIMATES FREE LOCAL DELIVERY www.lowelllumber.com LUMBER www.mymoosecreekloghome.com 12 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 S E & APPLIANCE FURNITUR el New Home or Remod All at ing... UNTED PRICES! DISCO FREE Delivery FREE Setup FREE Haul Off It's well worth the drive! 12 miles from Rumford on Rte. 120 West 364-4757/545-2442 Open Mon-Sat 9-5 � Sun 12-4 www.gallantsdiscountfurniture.com SERVING YOU FROM TWO LOCATIONS: R.E. LOWELL LUMBER 132 North Hill Road Buckfield, ME Tel: 207-336-2901 Fax: 207-336-2208 HOURS: Monday - Friday 7am-5pm Saturday: 8am - 12 Noon Sunday: 9am - 12 Noon www.lowelllumber.com OUR NEW LOCATION � Quality Products � Superior Service � Competitive Prices � Free Estimate � Kitchen Design Services � Free Delivery Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 2319 Auburn Road Turner, ME Tel: 207-224-7497 HOURS: Monday - Friday 7am-5pm Saturday: 8am - 12 Noon Sunday: CLOSED BUILDING GUIDE 13 Signs your roof may be wearing down R eplacing a roof is a costly venture few 3. Granule loss homeowners look forward to. According to Remodeling magazine's 2010-11 "Cost Granule loss is typically a byproduct of normal vs. Value" report, the national average cost of shi ngle wea r a nd tea r t hat result s f rom a roof replacement is nearly $22,000, a costly inclement weather, such as hail. Older roofs endeavor considering the tenuous nature of the might experience granule loss, but granule loss can also occur on a new roof if economy. Such costs make it a defective roofing product was no small wonder that many used. Any granule loss, even if homeowners fear the dreaded slight, should be addressed, as d iag nosis t hat t hei r home Homeowners the side effects of granule loss needs a new roof. include a weakened roof and who choose more W h i le t her e is l it t le t hat leaking. If granule loss is not homeowners can do to reduce addressed, the consequences upscale roofing the cost of a roof replacement, could be severe the next time a there are warning signs that storm occurs. materials can homeow ners c a n look for expect to spend which might indicate a roof 4. Mold replacement is on the horizon. almost $40,000 Recognition of these signs can Un l i ke t he wa r n i ng sig n s help homeowners be more on their roofs. already discussed, mold is not financially prepared should visible on the outside of the the day come when the roof home. Instead, homeowners needs to be replaced. should look in the attic of a home to see i f t here is any mold growt h. If t here is, t he roof is likely 1. The presence of algae leaking, and the health risks of mold growth If the roof has lots of dark streaks and stains in a home are substantial. Mold is not necesclinging to it, that is likely algae, which can sarily easy to detect, so a professional inspecgrow on the roof for quite awhile. Algae does t ion m ight be i n order i f mold g row t h is not necessarily do any damage to a roof, but suspected. If a professional determines mold it does do some damage to a home's physical is, in fact, present, then the mold will need to appearance, as algae on the roof is not very be removed and all options, including a roof pleasing to the eye. replacement , must be considered to keep mold from coming back. Algae is most often found on the roofs of homes located in climates that have warm, humid summers. If algae is a problem on your roof, 5. Roof rot spray washing with a mixture of water and Perh aps t he most d i sc ou r ag i ng sig n a bleach can effectively remove it. homeowner can see on his or her roof is roof rot. Roof rot appears when a roof is in considerable 2. Buckling shingles decay and, if not addressed, its consequences can stretch far beyond the roof, damaging Like algae, buckling shingles are another other parts of the home thanks in large part unsightly problem on a roof. But buckling to water getting through the roof. If roof rot is shingles are more than just an eyesore, they either not noticed or just ignored, it won't take actually might indicate significant problems. long for water to get through the roof and blaze When shingles buckle, that's typically because a destructive path through the rest of the home. hot air from the attic is forcing the shingles away from the home. Homeowners might fear a full roof replacement because of the cost associated with such a Buckling shingles also indicate that the roof is project. But if ignored, problems with a roof poorly ventilated, which can take years off the could eventually prove far more costly than the roof 's life expectancy while driving up home price of replacing the roof. (Metro) cooling costs along the way. 14 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Do you feel like a "square" when looking for a loan that fits YOUR needs? Perhaps you're just talking to the wrong lender. Franklin Savings Bank lenders look at the whole picture. Large parcels, unique homes or other hardto-appraise properties that don't qualify for conventional financing may well fit into our flexible in-house financing program. Give us a call and let's see which one of our new purchase programs work best for you. Why would anyone bank anywhere else? 800-287-0752 207-778-2900 Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BUILDING GUIDE 15 How to choose a builder for your project W hether the kids have all grown up and moved out or if the kids are on the way and it's time to expand a living area, building a new home is an exciting, yet often agonizing, experience. The reasons for building a new home are many, but regardless of the reason, the process of choosing a builder should remain the same.Andrew Nadalin, president of Pace 2000 Inc., a home building entity, and a fourthgeneration builder and craftsmen, offers the following advice to prospective homeowners with their eyes set on building a dream home to call their own. � Look for a builder with a solid reputation. A builder's reputation speaks volumes, but it doesn't have to speak for istself. That's because a builder who has spent years providing personal ser vice, innovat ive design and quality workmanship will no doubt have a host of happy former customers ready and willing to of fer t heir input . If during the interview process a builder appears ret icent to share his work or experiences with previous customers, this should be a red flag. Reputable builders will be proud of their work and more than willing to show it off. � Find a builder who is f lexible. You will be paying to build your home, not the builder's home. A builder should be flexible and ready and willing to meet your needs, no matter how unique they might be. � Look for a builder who does more than build. A good builder should do more than just build. A builder should provide a network of qualified professionals to make the process go more smoothly. This network should include real estate and building consultants, interior designers, architects and engineers. Such connections can provide peace of mind and will also illustrate that a builder is both respected in the community and is intent on ensuring your home becomes the dream home you envision it to be. � Don't build on the cheap. Buyers who plan to build their own home are in the unique position to ensure their home is as safe and high-quality as possible. This isn't always the case when buying a resale, so make the most of your opportunity and use only top-of-t he -l i ne const r uct ion mater ia ls and features and choose a builder with experience in working with such materials and features. Building on the cheap could prove disastrous in the not too distant future, so don't sacrifice on quality when building a new home. More information on selecting the right builder for your project is available online at http:// www.pace2000homes.com. (Metro) 16 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Residential & Commercial Sales and Installation �Tile/Stone �Hardwood �Laminate �Carpet �Vinyl �Linoleum FREE ESTIMATES! 12 Month Interest Free Financing Available!* *Must finance through GE Money. See dealers for details 413 Wilton Rd., Farmington (207) 778-5501 www.northlandflooringamerica.com Come in and visit us, we have 48 gas, wood & pellet fireplaces, stoves and inserts on display. We also have a large variety of accessories such as kettles, steamers, fireplace screens & tools, venting and more! 661 Loon Lake Road, Rangeley Maine � 207-864-5577 Locally Owned & Operated RANGELEYFIREPLACE.COM Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BUILDING GUIDE 17 T Recycling renovation debris benefits bottom line oday, there are so many environmentally friendly choices you can make when reno-vating a home. You can choose engineered lumber to conserve wood, high tech insulation to help boost the efficiency of your house and HVAC systems, water-saving faucets and energy-efficient appliances to preserve precious resources, and low-VOC paints to help your family breathe easier. Yet perhaps the most environmentally significant decision you'll make during your remodeling project isn't what you'll put into your home, but what you'll do with the materials you remove from it. Tossing construction debris into a dumpster, from where it eventually is hauled off to a landfill, has been common practice for all too long, noted Carl Seville, a green builder, educator, and consultant on sustainability to the residential construction industry. "With a little basic planning and proper jobsite management, you can reduce renovation waste by more than 50 percent," stated Seville. Seville built the 2007 EarthCraft/TecHome Showcase House for the Southern Building Show. "We made use of every possible material that was removed from the existing home that was demolished. Lumber was ground into wood chips that were then used for onsite erosion control. Large, serviceable boards were donated to furniture makers. We reused stone and brick in nearby renovation projects. Other materials, like concrete and broken brick, were ground up and used as gravel during construction," he said. Some of the most common items jettisoned during renovation projects are also the simplest to repurpose. Cabinets, plumbing and lighting fixtures, windows and appliances that are serviceable but outdated can be donated to nonprofit groups like Habitat for Humanity that can use them in their own projects or resell them to support their programs, Seville noted. "Framing lumber that is still straight and true can sometimes be reused af ter nails are removed, while unpainted lumber can be ground into mulch and used for erosion control or landscaping," Seville said. Recycling construction debris is much gentler on the earth, and it also treads lightly on your wallet. Visit w w w.g reenbu i ld i ngcu r mudgeon.com for more of Seville's insights on green building. (IE News Service) MAIN-LAND DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS, INC. P.O. Box Q Livermore Falls 897-6752 Fax 897-5404 M L D C S PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING � PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING CERTIFIED SOILS SCIENCE � WETLANDS DELINEATION GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING � HYDROGEOLOGY Over 35 Years of Service www.main-landdevelopment.com 18 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Heating Costs Going out "Your" Roof ? Invest in Foam Insulation & SAVE! A "Green" Building product. As energy prices rise can you afford NOT to invest in insulation. Invest in your home with a home energy retrofit, an investment that will PAY you back! "From basement to attics, we do it all" Highest R-Value of any insulation on the market today! Dixfield Foam Insulation, Inc. Grady Littlehale email@example.com www.dixfieldfoaminsulation.com 418-9394 OVER 50 YEARS of Sales & Repairs of most Appliance Brands Plus Free Delivery ~ Free Haul-Off Family Owned & Operated for over 50 Years 364-7062 13 Main Street, Mexico Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Mon.-Fri. 8am to 5:00pm, Sat. 9am to 12pm, or by appointment BUILDING GUIDE 19 G ima di ConCrete Floors Basement Floors � Garage Pads Colored Concrete Floors � Concrete Countertops Mobile Home Pads � Concrete Driveways Swimming Pool Decks Marco Grimaldi � 897-2479 We Specialize In Residential and Commercial Licensed & Insured FREE ESTIMATES 207-562-9099 Jasen Errington, Master Electrician 207-562-7165 Tadd Woods, Master Electrician 20 BUILDING GUIDE Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 Annual Chemical Sale April 25th - May 14th Dream Maker SPAS Starting at Live the dream $2699 GE Financing Indoor/Outdoor 4 Person Control Panel On Top Automatic Filter System Waterfall Child Safety Cover The X100 Coulthard's Pools & Spas 364-7665 Sales � Service � Supplies 454 River Road Mexico, Maine 454 River Road Mexico, Maine Bulk Propane Delivery, Commercial ResidentialAppliances & Services, Emergency 24/7, Fully Licensed Technicians, Safety Inspection, Hearth Products, Propane Kitchen Appliances & Dryers, Patio Heaters & Gas Grills, Whole House Systems, Service All Propane Appliances, Your Local Rinnai Dealer CONTINUOUS HOT HOT WATER... WATER... CONTINUOUS SAVINGS. Never run out of hot water again � even during peak business hours� and clean up on the savings that come with increased reliability and efficiency. Learn more about today's first choice in tankless water heating appliances. Rinnai proudly offers ENERGY STAR� qualified Tankless Water Heaters. TANKLESS WATER HEATERS 661 LOON LAKE RD � LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED � RANGELEY, MAINE 207-864-8008 � BLUEFLAMELP.COM Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 BUILDING GUIDE 21 What are the latest trends in home building and remodeling? According to the Better Homes and Gardens annual Next Home consumer survey these are the latest trends: � Baths are outpacing kitchens in terms of remodeling priorities. � Bathroom remodeling stayed constant in 2011 and 2010 (31 percent) and kitchen remodeling was stable at 25 percent in 2011, compared with 24 percent in 2010. � Consumers are taking more time to plan for home improvement projects (39 percent in 2011, compared to 33 percent in 2010) and are shopping around for more deals and bargains before committing to home improvement plans (42 percent in 2011, compared to 40 percent in 2010). � Consumers find it more important than ever to get the most value out of every dollar (61 percent in 2011, up from 56 percent in 2010), and will spend more time looking for bargains and deals in order to get the most value for their money (up to 54 percent in 2011, from 52 percent in 2010). � Multi-purpose rooms are a necessity in the home. Consumers aren't interested in "bonus rooms" or "media rooms" unless they have a multi-functional purpose. � Style upgrades are more important than ever in consumers' upcoming home improvement plans, followed by storage. For future projects, style upgrades on countertops, flooring, faucets, and fixtures is up to 55 percent in 2011 from 50 percent in 2010. Expanded/improved storage space stayed flat at 39 percent in 2011, the same as in 2010. New Construct on � Renovat ons � Custo Cab nets � Roo ng STOP PACE'N CALL" " "WHERE CRAfTSmANSHiP STANDS TALL" 85 far ngton falls Road New Sharon, ma ne 04955 22 BUILDING GUIDE 207-779-1911 Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 "We Are The Hearth Experts" 207-539-9930 www.buythefire.com Retailer & builder distributor of Heat&Glo and Heatilator Fireplaces 712 Main Street, Rt. 26 � Oxford � Open Monday-Saturday, 8am-5pm SALES � SERVICE INSTALLATIONS TYLER CONCRETE TYLER EXCAVATION �SEPTIC � LANDSCAPING � DRIVEWAYS � FOUNDATIONS � COMPLETE SITE WORK FREE Estimates � Fully Insured � In Business Since 1969 COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL FOUNDATION � RETAINING WALLS SLABS � FLATWORK/STENCIL SNOW PLOWING Earl Tyler � Bethel, ME 824-0671 � 557-3785 Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org BUILDING GUIDE 23 � Service � Selection � Competitive Prices For Do-it-yourselfers and Contractors Convenient Drive-thru & pick-up warehouse Always someone to assist you. BUILDING MATERIALS ELECTRICAL Lumber, Plywood, Pine Trim, Insulation, Roofing Shingles & Metal Complete Electrical Dept., Professional & Homeowner Supplies, Entrance Packages Available MASONRY SUPPLIES Bricks, Blocks, Mortars & Cements MILLWORK DEPARTMENT PAINT & STAINS PLUMBING Therma-Tru Doors, Vinyl Windows, Storm Doors, Pine Moldings, Interior Doors Valspar Paints, Cabot Stains, Drywall Primers, Brushes, Rollers & Related Supplies Complete Plumbing Department, Pumps, Pipe-Fittings, "PEX" Tubing & Fittings Hand & Power Tools, Deck Packages, Garage Packages, Kitchen & Bath, Cabinets, Counter Tops Knowledgeable staff to help with projects Delivery Available 369 River Rd, Mexico 24 BUILDING GUIDE 364-9999 Mon.-Fri. 7am-5pm Sat. 7:30am-Noon OPEN Advertising Supplement, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine, Saturday, March 10, 2012