Woodgrain acquires North Carolina door shop
December 2, 2021 | 12:32 pm CST

Woodgrain Inc. acquired a North Carolina millwork company.

FRUITLAND, Idaho - Woodgrain Inc. has purchased Lowe’s Thomasville Millwork door shop in Lexington, N.C.

The acquisition increases Woodgrain’s position in the Southeast United States, while further bolstering Woodgrain’s millwork and door-manufacturing capabilities and presence within Lowe’s home improvement stores across the Southeast and Mid Atlantic.

The purchase marks the second former Lowe’s Millwork door shop acquired by Woodgrain in 2021, with the White House, Tenn., location transferring ownership in July.

Located in central North Carolina, the acquired door shop has been operating since 1986. With the acquisition, Woodgrain will supply Lowe's stores with ReliaBilt interior and Therma-Tru Benchmark exterior doors across the Southeast and Mid Atlantic.

Woodgrain is one of the largest millwork operations in the world with operations throughout the United States and Chile. With more than 65 years of quality craftsmanship and service, Woodgrain produces mouldings, doors, and windows. Woodgrain is headquartered in Fruitland, Idaho, with five divisions and over 30 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States and South America. 

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