Meaning of lumberyard in English:

lumberyard

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noun

mainly North American
  • A place that sells timber and other building materials.

    ‘Two standard roofing coatings are available at your local hardware store or lumberyard.’
    • ‘Getting a job working in a lumberyard, he then starts a sweet romance with a woman he meets, named Vickie.’
    • ‘Special decorative ceiling tiles which are added to the ceilings as insulation can be found in lumberyards and energy stores.’
    • ‘Today, if you need a strip of molding for a cornice, you select from the supply of machine-made examples at the lumberyard.’
    • ‘If you choose to use new stock from the lumberyard, both hardwoods and softwood are good choices.’
    • ‘We purchased the wood and building supplies from a local lumberyard.’
    • ‘Some lumberyards and door companies can help you with ordering basement doors.’
    • ‘If you haven't had your shelving sides cut at the lumberyard, the next step is to use the saber saw to cut the side pieces for the shelving unit as well as the shelves for over the closet rods.’
    • ‘He has a job at a lumberyard, a sympathetic boss, and a well-intentioned brother-in-law.’
    • ‘To hide the rough seams, I purchased raw wood moulding from the lumberyard and finished it to match the aged look of the Arquati frame.’