WOLF focuses exclusively on the needs of more than 4,000 independent building materials dealers. As the largest supplier of kitchen and bath cabinetry in the U.S. and a major supplier of building materials, WOLF has the scope, inventory and ingenuity to help independent dealers compete… and win.
“With the number of jobs we have going at any one time, we need the reliability of WOLF Classic Cabinets.” ~ Joe Santo, Better Plastics
“WOLF Trim is a great product at a great price. WOLF really listens.” ~ Gary Spillane, Atlantic Building Products
“We look at a lot of new products. WOLF Trim is one we have confidence in.” ~ Richie Siewers, Siewers Lumber & Millwork
“WOLF Trim gives our contractors a competitive advantage.” ~ Marc Currie, Niece Lumber
“WOLF Deck is really starting to take off.” ~ Bruce Shelton & Ryan Cappellari, Capps Home Building Center
“I count on WOLF to source the quality, price point products my customers are looking for.” ~ Roger James, Better Kitchens
“If you want your business to run the way you want it to run, talk to the WOLF team today--and watch your profits grow.” ~ Paul Tarca, Concord Lumber Corporation
“Contractors love the WOLF-branded products.” ~ Eric Tucker & Nick Palermo, Beatty Lumber
“WOLF Cabinets are the best value on the planet, bar none.” ~ Dave Taylor, Taylor Made Cabinets
“With WOLF Decking, we've got a great story to tell.” ~ James Hertler, Dockside Marine Supply
“WOLF came in and gave us the tools to succeed.” ~ Chad Mickley, Pro Deck Supply
“Most of my customers know WOLF and see the quality they put into their products.” ~ Tim Harrigle, Tuckerton Lumber Co.
“WOLF Cabinets are going to knock out the imports. ” ~ Michael and Harold Liberman, Economy Supply
The WOLF KBI Score of 55.45 reflects a moderate decline in consumer confidence from its October level of 59.39. As buyers forecast what will happen in December 2014, it’s clear that there is still adequate business opportunity for most to finish the year strong.
The WOLF KBI Score declined 5 points in October from its September score of 64.55 due to the expected leveling of purchases in the building products sector. While the Southeast markets are anticipating growth in both the building products and kitchen and bath sectors, the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states are anticipating the impact of weather conditions on future business.
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