Beacon announced that it has opened new locations in Lebanon, N.H., Elyria, Ohio, and Roanoke, Va., serving residential contractors and lumberyards.

The new branch in Lebanon, N.H. is in Grafton County on the Vermont border. 

“We are pleased to introduce contractors in this growing area along the Connecticut River to Beacon’s excellent customer service, product range and digital tools like Beacon PRO+ to help them grow their businesses,” said Gerard Hill, Beacon’s regional vice president, New England.

In Elyria, Ohio, the new branch further supports customers in Cleveland by providing a convenient location on the western side of town in Lorain County.

“We have watched the Cleveland-Elyria metro area continue to grow and recognize the opportunity to serve contractors more effectively by adding a location that matches the footprint of our customer base,” said Todd Skaggs, Beacon’s regional vice president, Great Lakes.

The new Roanoke, Va., branch is dedicated to serving lumberyard customers and is co-located with the Beacon exterior building products branch. 

“This location along Interstate 81 is key to serving our regional customers. Our inventory range and trucking routes are optimized for our lumberyard customers, and the experienced staff in Roanoke deliver industry-leading service,” said Clint Wade, Beacon’s national vice president.

Beacon has opened 10 greenfields to date in 2023. The company anticipated at least 15 by the end of the year as part of its Ambition 2025 goals. Beacon has also completed four acquisitions this year.

"Driving above-market growth via footprint expansion is an important pillar of the plan and we continue to progress as committed," the company said in a release.