FAQs

Does Heller Lumber Co. sell only to contractors, or do they sell to the public as well?
Yes, we sell to the public as well as contractors! In fact, Heller Lumber Co. has been selling to homeowners and do-it-yourselfers since 1923. The public has always been a very important part of our business. With homeowners doing more of their own projects now than ever, the experience and knowledge of our sales staff has proven to be very helpful in guiding our customers to the right products for their homes and businesses.

Does Heller Lumber Co. deliver?
Unlike other building material retailers, Heller Lumber Co. offers delivery for a nominal fee for building materials – including Lumber, Doors, Millwork, Plywood, Trusses, Decking, etc. Our Delivery policy means we will deliver to your curbside or driveway edge by either conventional dumping method or unloading your delivery and placing on curbside or driveway edge.

Where are you located?
Heller Lumber Co. is located at 24 North Hickory Avenue  Arlington Hts, IL 60004. Click here for Map.

What is your phone/fax number?
Heller Lumber Co. main phone is (847) 392-4224. Fax number is (847) 392-09046
What are your hours?
Heller Lumber Co. is open Monday through Friday from 7:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. and Saturdays from 6:30a.m. to Noon.
What credit cards do you accept?
Heller Lumber Co. accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
How long have you been in business?
Heller Lumber Co. has been in business since 1923 and is on it’s 4th generation of management.
What are some of the products you sell?
Lumber, Doors, Millwork, Siding, Hardware, just to name a few. Our experienced staff will be help to guide you with any of your product needs.
I would like to build my own deck, but there are so many choices with the different materials - and I'm not sure how much material I will need.
Our sales staff can give you an estimate based on the size of deck you want. We will include the material you will need. Keep in mind you will use treated lumber for the “bones” or structure of your deck, but the part you will see, touch, and walk on can be anything from your standard treated lumber (which is the least expensive) to cedar or composite.

 

 

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