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Pictured is a two-story single-family home clad in blue siding with white trim accents with a red front door and lush green landscaping

How to Choose the Right Siding for Your Home

There are many great options for exterior siding, so how do you choose which kind works best with your project? When choosing siding, always think through longevity and maintenance, the Nebraska climate and weather, and of course, curb appeal and style.

How to Build a Culture of Compassion in the Workplace: Giving Back & Community Service

When you hear the word “giving back” or “community ties”, what do you think of? For most of us, we feel a sense of warmth and appreciation to the people and communities who helped us grow. Whether you’re giving your time or finances, there’s nothing more important than supporting your community. At Christensen Lumber Company, one of our core values is community service and involvement—we appreciate our community’s support, and we believe there is no better way to show our appreciation than giving back.

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Fremont Area Veterans Coalition builds wheelchair ramp for area veteran

With some help from Christensen Lumber, the Fremont Area Veterans Coalition was able to build a wheelchair ramp for a local veteran with a disability.

Kodiak Building Partners Acquires Christensen Lumber

Kodiak Building Partners announced the acquisition of Fremont, Neb.-based Christensen Lumber. Christensen Lumber, founded in 1923, ranked 69th on the 2018 version of the ProSales 100, operates two locations in Fremont, Neb., and Elkhorn, Neb., and generated $70.8 million in sales in 2017.

Kodiak acquires Christensen Lumber Co. of Nebraska and Kansas

Tom Christensen of Christensen Lumber and Kodiak Building Partners have announced the acquisition of Christensen Lumber, as of May 1. Christensen Lumber was founded in 1923 and was one of the first businesses to establish itself in Fremont, Neb.

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Christensen Lumber donates time, materials to Habitat

Last week, the Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity was in a bind. The non-profit, which uses volunteer labor to build affordable houses for those in need, has been behind on building its homes in the past several years, owing in large part due to a steady decline in volunteers, says Executive Director Joy McKay.

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Habitat home construction aided by Christensen Lumber Co.

This week the Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity started construction on their 79th house in the Fremont area since coming to the community in 1993.

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EOY: Getting Everything in Order

You can tell a jobsite serviced by Christensen Lumber: The site is neat and orderly, with little product waste. That tight management, coupled with unique services that keep builder customers efficient, have kept the Fremont, Neb.- based firm growing while expanding into a new market in 2013 and doubling the size of one of its showrooms in 2014.