ProSales 100 Survey

2015

2015

2014 was dealers’ best year since 2006. It’s also a benchmark for the revolution that swept in this year.

Gary Powell, president of Matheus Lumber, Bellevue, Wash.

2014

Cautious optimism and paced growth mark another year of LBM gains. See who gained the most, and what’s working across the market.

2013

2013

A new crew of dealers posted the biggest sales gains amid increases for virtually all companies in locations, employees, and market share.

2012

2012

Positive figures vastly outweighed negative ones among the 2012 ProSales 100 members. Collectively and individually, they have quite a story to tell.

2011

2011

Four years after housing's collapse, ProSales 100 dealers are starting to pull themselves out of the hole. But further progress could be tough.

2010

2010

Dealers on this year's ProSales 100 have suffered a terrible pounding, but they're not throwing in the towel.

2009

2009

ProSales 100 dealers are struggling to recover from a steep fall, often by making painful cuts of people, operations, and facilities.

2008

2008

After years of growth, the vast majority of ProSales 100 members report painful sales drops in 2007. But the size of those declines--and dealers' responses to them--varies dramatically.

2007

2007

Rough conditions may have slowed progress for many dealers in the 2007 ProSales 100, but they still are working aggressively to expand services, markets, and technology in anticipation of brighter days ahead.

2006

2006

Consolidation, increasing builder service demands, and big box incursion collide to force changes in the competitive climate and corporate makeup of residential construction supply.

2005

2005

Fueled by record housing starts, a strong remodeling market, and high commodity wood prices, building material dealers and specialty distributors posted what for many was the most successful year in their pro sales history.

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