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By Mike Scott
The lumberyard at Nick’s Farm and Home in Kahoka is fully stocked and ready to serve you, whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer, or a contractor.
“We have boards from eight foot to 20 foot, various sizes of plywood and OSB, treated lumber, nails, screws, drywall, insulation and hardware in stock,” said Brian Waschenbach, Outside Sales Manager for Nick’s.
Soon, Nick’s will be adding roofing and siding to the stock, although they have access to order just about anything a contractor needs.
“We’re going to try to have the tools and supplies they need–everything they’re looking for,” he said.
Waschenbach has brought his 25-plus years of experience home to Kahoka, where he was raised. As a contractor, Waschenbach built commercial properties, hotels, and did lots of remodels.
Now he’s putting that experience to work for contractors in and around Clark County.
“We want to do the material bids for builders,” he said.
He also noted that delivery is available to your job site.
One special service available at Nick’s in computerized 3-D pole barn design. According to Waschenbach, they are the only ones in a 75-mile radius offering the service.
The program allows the customer to visually see the building they are ordering, and they can change the size, doors, windows, siding, roofing or other features, and the computer calculates all the materials and gives a price.
“We can supply the material, or we have crews to do the install,” Waschenbach said.