It’s not all about lumber! Yes, they have an impressive lumber yard and showroom that provides top quality materials for contractors big and small. But…..Have you stepped into their store? If not, you are in for a real treat. It’s absolutely BEAUTIFUL and so much more than a home improvement store. You’ll never know what you’ll find.
From the infamous A Christmas Story Leg Lamp, innovative Bonfire Log to the Blakklader Kilt, we invite you to explore the store to spy one-of-a-kind items. Why not bring the kids to help treasure hunt for the perfect gift? Stay tuned for the Roe Brothers 25 days of Christmas where they will feature some of their unique items that would make perfect holiday gifts!
Are you a weekend warrior? Take one step into their store, and you’ll be greeted by friendly folks who can expertly navigate you through any project, big or small. In fact, you will walk away feeling empowered to accomplish much more!
Roe Brothers is the epitome of what sets small businesses apart from the big box stores. Native to the area since the 1600’s, the family continually seeks out ways to help the community they serve. Founded in 1886, Roe Brothers has remained a staple in the area by providing unrivaled customer service, un-matched expertise and hard to find products.
Who knew this was all in your backyard? Take a break from the big box stores and the malls, and check out Roe Brothers. If you are more of an online shopper, visit their easy to use website and enjoy FREE shipping to the store.
Find them at 65 Maple Avenue Florida, NY 10921
Cool History Taken From Roe Brother’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RoeBrothersInc/
Roe Brothers Inc was founded in 1886 by John King Roe and his brothers George and Luis. Originally with three locations in Pine Island, Chester and Florida, each operated by one of the founding brothers. They started out by selling coal and feed as well as lumber. Over time the Florida based location has evolved and under the helm of John’s only child Elizabeth Roe Bieling became a successful and prominent lumber yard in the 1950’s. In the 1960’s Arnold Bieling returned to Florida, New York, to work side by side with his mother and eventually purchased the business and growing it successfully to what it is today. Tim and Scott are the sons of Arnold and Christina Bieling and now the fourth generation involved and spearheading the future of one of Warwick’s oldest family owned businesses.