Page Lumber, Millwork and Building Supplies

COVID-19: Business Will Continue

First and foremost, Page Lumber, Millwork and Building Supplies remains open. We understand the importance to our customers that during this time we are here to supply you with the supplies you need to continue to do business. Some projects must go on and when our community needs us, we will be here with the products you need. 

Our primary concern during this period is for our employees, customers, and their clients and keeping the COVID-19 out of their homes. We would like to update you on what Page is doing to help.

We have strongly advised that all employees stay home if they feel ill. In order to make sure that this is not breached we have made the following changes:

  • In order to maintain the highest level of customer service and cleanliness at all our locations, we will be temporarily closing on Sundays beginning March 22nd. We will open again on Sundays April 12th if not otherwise specified.
  • Our Kitchen and Bath designers will not be making appointments to measure homes until the current circumstance change. For any previously scheduled appointments, our designers will be contacting you to reschedule. 
  • Our drivers will continue to deliver goods to your homes and job sites, however, instead of a signature as proof of delivery, we will be taking thorough pictures of the delivered goods and capturing the last name and first initial of the adult receiving the delivery to avoid any illness. 

In stores, we are continuing our commitment to cleaning regularly. Products: such as cleaners, antibacterial wipes, toilet paper and more are coming in as often as they are available. We recommend calling in advance. 

Credit Account Customers are reminded that they are welcome to place orders over the phone or via email.  If you have questions or are not sure who to reach out to please refer to our website at

We encourage everyone to reach out to us with questions. Also, refer to our social media and website for updates. Stay healthy and safe. 

Thank you,

Mark Whitney