Check out this beautiful outdoor kitchen by NatureKast. The cabinets look like they are made from real wood, but are actually made from PVC to withstand the weather.
If you’re considering selling your home, you’ve probably already started a list of all of the things that need attention. Keep in mind that first impressions matter. When attracting potential homebuyers, improving the curb appeal of your home is a valuable investment. Parr Lumber can help. Here are four tips.
Ronald McDonald House Charities announced the completion of project Guest Room Renovation at their East Portland House. This year-long renovation updated four rooms, improving the experience for their guests. Not a moment too soon, four new families moved into the renovated rooms that evening. By staying at the Ronald McDonald House, parents are able to remain close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost and have access to numerous support services, including home-cooked meals.
Marvin Window and Doors selected Parr Lumber for their Makes A Difference Award. Parr was selected for outstanding achievement in sales and business development. You can read the full press release below.
Make the difference this holiday season at Ronald McDonald House Charities in support of families with seriously ill children! Each year, Oregon’s three Ronald McDonald Houses benefit from the Snowflake Drive at participating Parr Lumber stores.
Karen Eckerson, a broker and realtor with Windermere Real Estate, selected Parr Lumber as her primary building materials supplier for her new house/office/rental apartment. As a local business owner, Karen appreciated that Parr is a Northwest family owned company that has been in business for over eighty years.
Guest post by Michael Ivanov
Fill your heart, not just your belly this Thanksgiving.
It took me from July to November, a day before Thanksgiving, 4 months, to express my gratitude.
Do you have a small hole in your wall that you would like to patch up? Not sure how to do it? It’s actually fairly simple to patch up a small wall hole — just follow the nine easy steps below.
A child from a low-income family enters first grade with an average of only 25 hours of one-to-one picture book reading. Compare this with 1,000 to 1,700 hours for a child from a typical middle-class home. That’s why from now until August 30th, Parr Lumber is collecting used and new books at our Portland metro area stores (see list below). The books will be given to the Children’s Book Bank. The donated books will then be distributed to children whom normally cannot afford books.