“Turpentine runs through our veins.” T.H. Guerry, Sr.

T.H. Guerry, Sr. (Pop) founded Guerry Lumber in 1927 on the southwest corner of the Victory Drive and Bull Street intersection. T.H., Jr. spent his childhood working at the company and in 1934, at the age of 20, became his father’s business partner. Today Lindy Wheat, T.H., Sr.’s great-granddaughter, is the fourth generation charged with maintaining the Guerry tradition for personal service, masterful craftsmanship and high-quality products.

“Pop started Guerry Lumber from a little office and workshop.” T.H. Guerry, Jr.

In early days, Pop Guerry sold nails and lumber out of a metal shed just big enough for a desk and a heater. The wood would arrive by rail, rough and green. Everything we sold was manufactured at Guerry Lumber, from windows and sashes to turned wood columns and stair parts.

“We work hard to build solid relationships with our customers.” Kirby Beam, President, 1988- 2004.

The company’s success and the camaraderie between Pop Guerry and his crew are legendary. Pop use to say their strong bond was the result of pure, gum turpentine running through their veins. To this day, Guerry Lumber is a group of talented individuals committed to providing customers with quality service and products.

“Our focus is customer service and quality products.” Steve Chick, President, 2004 - Present

Commercial builders and homebuilders will find our location has not changed but our complex has grown to include over six acres. True to the T.H. Guerry tradition, the members of our crew are actually experienced users of the products we sell. This gives you the advantage of choosing the right materials, in the right amounts, to be delivered to the right place, at the right time. You can count on Guerry Lumber to be a responsible partner. "Our passion for quality runs very deep for we have turpentine running through our veins!"



When compared to the competition Guerry Lumber offers better prices and superior quality products.

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