Rings End Inc

By: Bubbajunk.com

Ring's End Lumber was founded in 1902 in Darien, Connecticut which is situated on Long Island Sound in the southwestern corner of the state. The company got its unique name from the area where it was first located which was called "Ring's End Landing" Originally, Ring's End supplied the surrounding area with coal, grain, hay, feed and flour by the barrel which was delivered up the Goodwives River by small sailing vessels and offloaded at the company's small warf. After the end of WWI, rail became the primary means to ship material, and it became necessary to be closer to train service.
In 1919 the company moved to its present location on West Avenue where coal and other materials were shipped to the company by rail. In 1955, the company was shifting its emphasis to supplying material for the building trade and the fuel oil business was sold to the Home Oil Company of Darien. Over the next 40 years, Ring's End experienced tremendous growth, opening the Lewisboro Supply Co. in 1959, RingÂâ€Ã¢„¢s End Bethel in 1979, RingÂâ€Ã¢„¢s End of New Milford in 1991, and RingÂâ€Ã¢„¢s End of Niantic in 1998.
Today, Ring's End is one of Connecticut's most prominent retail lumber, millwork and building specialties companies with a reputation for offering premium quality products at extremely competitive prices, excellent service and a knowledgeable, well-trained sales staff. Ring's End has one of the largest and most diverse inventories to satisfy the needs of the largest home builder, small remodeler and the do-it-yourself consumer. Lumber and building materials come in many different grades and species. They buy only the highest quality available and sell them at very competitive prices. They urge you to compare the quality of their lumber with that of their competitors.
The Company stock thousands of products, and they are committed to keeping large quantities of each one on hand so they're here when you need them. They also have access to thousands of special order products. They have built extensive displays in all 5 of their stores showcasing windows, doors, siding, lumber, moulding, skylights, roofing, flooring, kitchens and bath and hundreds of other materials as they would appear in your home.