Join us for the 35th Annual Clallam County Home & Lifestyle Show

Join us at the 35th Annual Clallam County Home & Lifestyle Show at Port Angeles High School! 

Starting Saturday, March 11th from 9:30am – 4pm and Sunday the 12th from 9:30am – 4pm we’ll be manning one of the largest booths of the show.  The booth was hand build by employee owners of Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply to highlight the full variety of quality building materials we sell and the multiple products relevant to a new home build or remodel.  Staffed with our most knowledgeable employee owners prepared to share with you the building materials that we feel are the best for your next remodel, renovation or new home.  This is a no-pressure environment where we’re just happy to share information about the materials we know represent the best the peninsula has to offer.

We will feature the following at our booth.  Click an image below and go straight to the manufacturers website (If applicable).

 

 

Donate a Stud and Support Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics (VIMO)

We’d like to make a call out to our customers, clients and neighbors to help with our new “Donate a Stud” campaign for VIMO!

Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics, or (VIMO) for short, is a free clinic primarily serving low-income, veterans and homeless patients living in Clallam and Jefferson counties.  VIMO has medical, behavioral health and dental facilities housed in a crowded building in Port Angeles, WA and currently treat the growing population of under and uninsured patients that typically rely on Olympic Medical Center’s emergency room.

We at Angles Millwork & Lumber Co and Hartnagel Building Supply are committed to putting our efforts in supporting the growth of grassroots non-profits.  VIMO is a perfect example of the great services that can be accomplished when caring industry professionals and community volunteers give back to their community.  With your help, VIMO will move crowded administrative offices currently held in an exam room and overflowing behavioral health facilities to a new building allowing much needed space to serve additional patients and increase the resources to the underserved in our community.

Learn more about VIMO at their website HERE

So how can you Help?

By purchasing a “stud” at either of our stores for just $5 each.  Our goal is to raise $10,000 and fund a large majority of the new VIMO building’s costs. Donators will be featured on an in store display, on our website and on our social media postings.

Call or visit us today to donate:

  • 1 Stud = $5
  • 5 Studs = $25
  • 10 Studs = $50
  • 20 Studs = $100

Care to donate to VIMO in another way?

Monetary donations can be made by clicking HERE.

Care to volunteer?

VIMO relies on volunteer providers and staff to deliver services to more than 1,500 patients each year. To become a part of the VIMO team and help building up the community, email info@vimoclinic.org to request a volunteer packet.

Henry Blueskin VP100 Licensed Contractor Event @ Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. February 8th

Licensed Contractors and their crew are invited to a provided lunch and participate in the showcasing of Henry Blueskin VP100 as a superior alternative to traditional housewrap and air barriers.

A full demonstration and install will take place prior to the provided lunch on February 8th, 2017 from 11am-1pm @ Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. located at 1601 South “C” St. in Port Angeles WA.

Promo Offering:

  • 2 FREE rolls on your 1st Blueskin project if you show up to the event. 800sq ft in material savings!
  • Henry branded gloves, hats, t-shirts, and much more!

Licensed Contractors are required to RSVP for the event with numbers in their party through Angeles Millwork Contractor Salesman Andrew Dahl @ either 360-417-6142 or through email at andrewd@angelesmillwork.com.

Want more info? Click Below!

Lumber Commodity Price List for December 14th, 2016

Lumber is a commodity with prices fluctuating weekly due to market conditions. With our Lumber Commodity Price Sheet we look to keep you as informed as possible about those prices.  Click on the price list for a downloadable or printable .PDF version.

All prices subject to change without notice, please contact us to verify stock availability.

Enter Your Child for Breakfast with Santa @ Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply

breakfast-with-santa-headerWhat could make Christmas more memorable than having breakfast with Santa?

As presenting sponsors of the Annual KONP Breakfast with Santa parents may enter their children aged 8 and under beginning November 22nd at either Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. or Hartnagel Building Supply.  Entry forms and entry box will be located at the entrance of each of the stores.  30 children’s names will be drawn with the children getting the best of a Christmas experience with Santa.  The full breakfast will be catered by Kokopelli Grill and children may be accompanied by up to 3 family members. A special toy will also be given to each of the 30 drawn children and Santa will personally visit each child and pose for photos.

The breakfast will take place @ 9 a.m. December 10th at the Port Angeles Senior Center and last approximately 2 hours.

Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co is located at 1601 South “C” St. Port Angeles, WA 98363
Hartnagel Building Supply is located at 3111 HWY 101 East  Port Angeles, WA 98362

Community Continually Comes Together in Assisting Operation Uplift

operation-uplift-patty-grayThe reward of great customers and local businesses coming together.  CEO Kelly Fox presents Operation Uplift’s Board Member Patty Gray with a $500 check from Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply.

We’d like to thank everyone who shopped with us on Pink Saturday and contributed to the support of Port Angeles’ own cancer support group, Operation Uplift.  Pink Saturday is an annual event put on at Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply where 5% of the retail sales for the Saturday are devoted to local support and recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Next year the promotion will take place Saturday, October 28th 2017.

For more information or to donate to Operation Uplift and help their role in improving the quality of lives during the challenges of cancer, diagnoses, and survival please click HERE.

The Complete Interior Painting Guide

painterNo doubt the rain has arrived in the Northwest moving us from projects outside to the indoors.  Get a jump start on a fresh new look just in time for the holiday gatherings and family time spent indoors.

Interior painting is the fastest way to change your living space and with some insider tips, the easiest.  Once completed it will transform your living space.  Most homeowners can paint rooms with a little guidance, a bit of patience, and practice.  We hope that the links below can provide you with a road map to a successfully painting a room within your home.

Just stop by Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co or Hartnagel Building Supply and either of our paint specialists, Denise or Coy would be happy to show you new color trends, pro tricks of the trade and whole room design options.

plWhich Paint?

Lets start first with what kind of paint you’ll need for certain areas of the home.  Pratt and Lambert offers a variety of premium interior paints that promise beautiful results for any style, any budget – and every home.

Interior paint selector for Pratt and Lambert.

swatches2Which Color?

We all have our specific color tastes. How different colors interact can be difficult to predict and have a large affect on emotion. Sometimes the best way to start is with something you and your family have a positive attachment to. Compare artwork that you like, the colors in a throw pillow or rug or some of the colors you already have in your home.  These can all be great starting points for your color search. Choosing color is often the toughest part of painting and is often a process of elimanation through obtaining paint swatches and painting small sections of wall for comparisons. Click below for the top tips on choosing interior paint colors.

How to choose interior paint colors.

brushesWhich Brush/Roller?

The outcome of most jobs are as good as the tools you choose.  Picking the right brush and roller is as important as the right paint and a small investment can be the difference between good and great.  Bunnings Warehouse has a great general post on how to select the right paint brushes and rollers and Wooster has a great “Brush & Roller Advisor” to help in choosing the right brush for the job.

How to select the right brush and roller.

Wooster Brush Advisor.
Wooster Roller Advisor.

paint-accesoriesWhat accessories will I need?

Having the right supportive cast of tools to do the job will save you time and make your paint job look like a professional came in and did it. 90% of a great paint job is prep.  Here’s a short list of items need along with you paint, brushes and rollers.  Be sure when purchasing your painting supplies that you take full advantage of our paint specialists.  They have countless years in the industry and are there to help in making your painting project come out great!

Masking Tape – creates smooth lines and protects between walls, ceiling, baseboards and flooring.

Drop cloth – plastic or canvas to protect flooring and furniture.

Bucket and grid –  it will keep you painting instead of constantly refilling a roller tray.

Gloves – keep those hands clean!

Rags – for the inevitable drip and splatter.  It’s easier to clean wet paint than dried!

How to paint your interior space.

You’re all prepared and ready.  Time to put the brush to wall!  This Old House has a great page devoted to proper paint application to an interior space.

How to paint a room.

 

 

 

Denise’s Story

Denise FoxAs we find ourselves deep into October we see the pink ribbons, football players donning pink on the field, and a rise in media stories about breast cancer.  It has been approached and promoted in a multitude of different ways to help people take notice and raise awareness for the disease that affects 1 in 8 women and 1 in 1,000 men.

At Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply many of us have been affected by breast cancer and we want to do our small part by sharing one of our stories with you.

You may have met Denise Fox, Angeles Millwork Paint Specialist and wife of our CEO, Kelly Fox. The compression sleeve she wears on her arm to help maintain swelling as a result of the removal of the lymph nodes starts off many conversations that lead to Denise revealing her past and current deniseexperience with breast cancer. Denise was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013 just days after Kelly had accepted his dream job of being CEO of Lumber Traders Inc., parent company of Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply.

Denise’s main goal before the family’s health insurance changed with the new job was to get all medical checkups that could be done, which included Denise’s first mammogram.  Getting a cancer diagnosis is overwhelming to say the least, but hers was combined with the already stressful plans to move her family with daughters ages 3 and 6 to a new town.  As much as the diagnosis made Denise and Kelly question their future plans, striving for a more challenging professional life and greater future for their family was always the goal and would remain so even in the face of cancer.  The decision was made between Denise and Kelly for him to move to Port Angeles to begin the new job, while Denise remained in Federal Way near friends and family to undergo bilateral mastectomies and chemotherapy.

Denise describes the initial months as absolutely terrifying, but coming with a silver lining of support and love, “you find out how much your family and friends really love you.”  Denise goes on to describe how the petty differences that we all can relate to having with friends and family completely washed away.  Surviving cancer was all that mattered.

denise-and-familyDenise’s mom, Lois, was vital to her daily health and getting better. Lois would do household chores, errands, take the kids to and from school and keep them entertained while Denise focused on beating her cancer. Friends and family would deliver home cooked meals, call with support, send friendly and frequent texts, and even pick up Chipotle, the comfort food that Denise craved.

Frequent and simple support from family and friends was the greatest help to Denise.  She shares, “People meant well when they said, ‘let me know if I can do something for you,’ but I was never going to ask them to go to the grocery store to pick up milk.  But if they called from the store and asked what they could pick up for me, or ‘I’m bringing over lunch, what do you want?’ I felt more able to accept the help and it provided great assistance and support when they just did it, rather than asking for me to reach out.”  As uncomfortable and scary as cancer is, most patients want to spare others feeling uncomfortable or being inconvenienced.  Taking the action to just do it for another is a major help to those experiencing a serious illness.

denise-and-kellyDuring Denise’s treatment Kelly would come back to Federal Way every weekend, for doctor appointments, chemotherapy, and on the fourth day after treatment.  This was the day that the effects of chemo and other medications left Denise the most fatigued and in the most pain.  On weeknights that Kelly would stay in Port Angeles Denise found great comfort in her dachshund, Sadie.  Before the cancer, Sadie would burrow next to her chest and now instinctively knew to burrow lower down to not cause Denise any discomfort.

Some of the most challenging aspects of fighting cancer for Denise were the depression and the feeling of being alone.  Even in the face of so much obvious support the loneliness was frightening and sometimes debilitating.  Learning to be “OK” in the face of such emotional and physical discomfort took and still takes a lot of effort.

Once treatment ended and doctors had declared N.E.D. (No Evidence of Disease) many assume the fight for Denise and Kelly was over.  Although the major battle was won, the fight continues.  Overcoming the collateral damage of treatment, finding a new normal, and struggling with the fear of recurrence is a daily challenge.  The family impact was huge but they were blessed to find themselves a stronger couple from the experience. The relationships with friends and family took on a deeper importance and “you look at your kids with a renewed sense of gratitude,” says Denise.

dsc05076-2Denise still undergoes quarterly checkups, and will continue to take medication for another 8 years to reduce the chance of recurrence.  She will continue to wear her compression sleeve with pride for the rest of her life.  Both Denise, Kelly and their daughters Annika and Tilly reside in Port Angeles and enjoy time in the outdoors.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply will have their annual Pink Saturday Sale on October 22nd. The two stores will be donating 5% of all retail sales for the day to local Port Angeles cancer support group Operation Uplift.  We would appreciate you coming by, shopping and joining us in support of those like Denise and the countless others affected by cancer.

Join us for Pink Saturday, October 22nd!

banner-pink20151016_103725In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Saturday October 22nd from 8am – 5pm join Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply in support of local Port Angeles cancer support group, Operation Uplift.

5% of ALL retail sales for that day will be donated to Operation Uplift who encourage people to make informed decisions and to participate in their own health care. Operation Uplift’s role is to support survivors in the decisions they make with volunteers that are there to support, encourage and provide one-to-one contact which is so important to recovery. Their main goal to improve the quality of life during the challenges of cancer, diagnoses, and survival by providing multi-level support and education as well as provide social activities and opportunities for them to get together, share their experiences, support each other and have a good time.

We hope that you can join us in this one day event and share in supporting such a great non-profit devoted to helping out those in the community affected by cancer.

To learn more about Operation Uplift please visit their website HERE.

You’re Invited to Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co.’s 110th Birthday!

INVITE-IMAGEBBQ’d Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Grilled Corn, Baked Beans & Refreshments!
Product vendors from all your favorite companies!

Over $800 of raffle prizes from the greatest of Peninsula businesses!
(SEE BELOW FOR PRIZES & VENDORS)

Sandwich, Pong and Vendors

“How do I enter the raffles for all those great prizes,” you ask?

That’s easy!  Just do one or more of the following from August 18th – August 25th to enter and do it more than once for multiple chances to win!

  • ASK because No purchase is necessary! Everyone who asks will receive one raffle entry! Limit one per day.
  • SHOP with Hartnagel Building Supply or Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. Every customer will receive one raffle entry!
  • PLAY Raffle Pong! After making a purchase you will receive one ball for every $50 purchased to play our in-store Raffle Pong! (5 Ball Limit per day) With each ball played you will have the chance to win up to 10 additional entries.
  • LIKE US on Facebook. (Current followers are already entered).
  • FOLLOW US on Instagram. (Current followers are already entered).
  • FOLLOW US on Twitter. (Current followers are already entered).
  • VISIT our vendors. Vendors will be giving out special raffle tickets for our grand prize listed BELOW.

Gift cards from local community businesses listed below will be awarded during our event to winning raffle ticket holders.
Not necessary to be present. (But we’d love it if you were!)

RAFFLE-BANNER

Our small way of thanking our customers and the community.
Invite your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers.  They’re all welcome!

Hover over a logo below to see the prize & click to visit their webpage!

VENDOR-BANNER