Welcome to Curry Lumber & Pole Building Company

Thank you for taking the time to visit, we hope
you will find our site educating and helpful when you are considering your next building project. Curry Lumber has been a premier supplier of building materials since 1853 and has been building post frame buildings since the mid
1950’s. Curry Lumber has a broad range of services that consist of residential, agricultural, equine and commercial buildings, seamless spouting, framing lumber, garage doors, re-roofs, garages, and decks. We are also able to meet the needs of custom projects in our millwork division. Please contact one of our knowledgeable staff members when considering your next building project.

Thanks,

D.C. Curry Lumber Company

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