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Welcome to Springhill-Curry!

You may have heard that the assets of the D.C. Curry Lumber Company have been sold and lumber yard and store will no longer be a part of Wooster. Thank you for your business over the years! It has been a pleasure to serve you, and we relish the many friendships we have developed with Curry customers!

We are very sad to see the books close on 165 years of business, but would like to help our customer’s transition to others who can meet your needs.

The new ownership, Springhill Construction, specializes in agricultural, commercial, post-frame, and residential construction. They are intent on giving you the same quality and service you have come to expect from Curry. Many of the construction crew members you have gotten to know from Curry, are now working at Springhill. Tom Oller, a 23 year sales veteran of Curry has joined Springhill as well.  Please continue to call Tom (330-465-3432) with your building needs and questions.

As part of this transition, certain portions of Curry’s business have been sold to other local companies.  We suggest you contact these companies for these services:

  • For your remodeling, home addition, window, and kitchen/bath renovations, Curry’s longtime scheduler, Crist Schlabach, is available. You can reach Crist at (330-466-7730).
  • Matt Troyer at Miller Seamless Spouting (330-897-2410) will be happy to take care of all your gutter and spouting needs.
  • Please contact Gary Kemp at Magic Doors (330-682-7000) for garage doors and overhead doors.
  • John Zoss at Alternative Home Improvements (330-263-0926) can assist you with window systems, patio enclosures, and custom kitchens.
  • Matheys Construction, Fred Matheys (330-263-1980) is also available for remodeling, renovations, decks.
  • For your building products, lumber and millwork, please call Holmes Lumber in Millersburg (800-321-7671).

Again, Thank You for your business! It has been our great privilege to have a part in your lives.

Springhill - Curry

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