Shone Lumber is organized into specialty divisions, each focusing on a particular product line or service area. This structure allows us to give each part of our business the attention it deserves, ensuring a positive experience for our customers.
How aggregate producers are faring in Houston
Industry leaders detail how the city is faring following the storm and what's next in terms of aggregate demand.
Don't call it asphalt! Roseville tests new concrete program
A pilot program in Roseville has the potential to change the way roads are built and repaired throughout Northern California.
An Architect Shares His Go-To Materials
Aluminum doors, porcelain tiles, polished concrete. Here are the features and finishes this professional returns to time and again
Have What It Takes to do Metal Roofing? Yes You Do!
Attention Shingle Roofers. Metal Roofing is generally more expensive than an asphalt shingle roof, a
Butchering Tips from Dickson's Farmstand Meats
We can't always make the time to connect with our food in its natural habitat. That's where purveyors like Dickson's Farmstand Meats in New York come in: They help everyday city-dwellers get in touch with their meat—sometimes, quite literally.
How to Clean Between Oven Window Glass
This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to clean between oven window glass. All you need is a Windex wipe, rubber band and a wire hanger. You won't believe how easy it is!
How to Tile a Wall
We're sharing a few useful projects from DIY Home Repairs: 100 Fix-It Yourself Projects, a book by Sarah Beeny, that will help you update your home while saving money. First up: how to craft your own tile wall.