The episode, filmed in NE Portland July 12-14, will air on the DIY Network. Parr Lumber donated nearly $3,500 in supplies to convert the basement of the 1920s home into a modern media room including two doors, one window, framing lumber, insulation, finishing lumber and hardware.
“As a local company, it’s exciting to support a local family while having a presence on a national show,” said David Hamill CEO of The Parr Company. “It’s a great project and we’re honored to have been asked to participate.”
“House Crashers” is a member of the popular Crashers shows which include “Yard Crashers” and “Bath Crashers.” The show airs on the DIY Network as well as in syndication on HGTV.
About The Parr Company
The Parr Company consists of six distinct companies that provide building solutions and services: Parr Lumber Company, Parr Cabinet Outlet, Cascade Wholesale Hardware, NSC, NSCi and Parr Marketing Group.
Established in the Pacific Northwest in 1930 by Dwight Parr, Sr., The Parr Company remains a locally owned family business. Nancy Cranston, Michael Parr and Brad Farmer, grandchildren of the founder, play active roles in The Parr Company and continue the proud family ownership. Headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon, Parr is the 17th largest building material supplier in the nation. Parr operates 40 facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona and Utah, including pro/retail building material yards, contractor focused facilities and cabinet outlets. http://www.parr.com
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The Parr Company was established in the Pacific Northwest in 1930 by Dwight Parr, Sr., The Parr Company remains a locally owned family business. Headquartered in Hillsboro, Ore., Parr is the 17th largest building material supplier in the nation.