Schroeder Building and Supply opens showroom

 

BELOIT - Schroeder Building and Supply hosted an open house for their new showroom on Thursday, July 14. A ribbon cutting from the Chamber of Commerce kicked everything off at 9 a.m. and the open house continued throughout the day.  

Schroeder Building & Supply is located on Willow Springs Way just off of US 24 near the Super 8.  

Owned by Brad and Dean Schroeder, the business first began in 1967 in Tipton and was run by the Schroeder's father. They began working out of their garage in Beloit in 2001 and in 2011 they opened up the current shop in Beloit.

"With Schroeder Building & Supply, LLC and Premier Cabinetry & Design, your general contractor will be skilled in many areas and will gladly come to your home to fix anything. If you are in need of anything from custom cabinets or window installation, they are the company that can help you. Their home improvements and repairs service has earned them a recognizable reputation in Beloit, turning visions into reality. 

"When you are looking for an excellent general contractor, contact Schroeder Building & Supply, LLC and Premier Cabinetry & Design in Beloit, KS for expert advice and service. Schroeder Building & Supply, LLC can provide you with excellent upgrades. Let us draw up plans for your bathroom or kitchen remodeling project. Along with building new homes and remodels we build our own custom cabinets where other contractors order their cabinets. Building our own custom cabinets allows us to be cheaper than our competitors. We have been in business since 1967 building and provide quality custom homes, remodels, and cabinets. We will work with you to design and build your building projects just the way you want."

In all, it was an exciting day for the Schroeder family, and a family affair, as the Schroeder clan gathered around for the ribbon cutting before moving into the new showroom for cookies and refreshments. 

"We just wanted to give people an opportunity to come out and see what we have to offer," Brad said. 

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