Beacon Building Products continues its buying spree, recently completing two acquisitions of supply and lumber businesses: Al’s Roofing Supply Inc. of Hayward, Calif., and Prince Building Systems LLC of Neillsville, Wis.
According to a Beacon news release, Al’s Roofing has more than 40 years of history serving the San Francisco Bay Area, operating four branches in Hayward, Newark, San Carlos, and San Jose.
“We are thrilled to announce that Al’s is joining Beacon,” said Kevin Lewis, general manager at Al’s. “This next chapter of our history will enable us to continue serving our loyal customers and to grow by bringing the benefits of Beacon’s footprint and network.”
Nevin Holly, Beacon’s regional vice president, Pacific, added that the relationships Lewis and the team at Al's Roofing Supply have built will deepen as Beacon helps expand the company's capabilities.
For more than 10 years, lumberyard customers have relied on Prince Building Systems in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
“Prince Building Systems is excited to join Beacon and provide customers both a broader range of services and a larger geography,” said Steve Binder, Prince Building Systems’ president and CEO.
Clint Wade, Beacon’s national vice president focused on lumberyards and rural customers, said Beacon is "proud to embrace the customers who rely on Prince Building Systems and deliver to them the additional capabilities of Beacon’s industry leadership."
According to Beacon, these acquisitions add to its residential line of business and will aid it in achieving the company's Ambition 2025 goals. Beacon states the acquired companies add to the company's above-market growth vector, which has already yielded three greenfields and an additional acquisition in 2023.
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