Built It Better With Hilltop Lumber!
Hilltop Lumber is family owned and operated. The company was founded in 1988 in Glenwood, Minnesota, and has grown to five locations in the Central Minnesota lakes area: Alexandria, Glenwood, Parkers Prairie, Brandon and Ottertail, Minnesota. All five stores offer a full range of building supplies and home improvement products. The Alexandria, Parkers Prairie and Ottertail stores also include Do It Best Hardware stores. Homeowners, contractors and do-it-yourselfers know they can rely on Hilltop Lumber.
Hilltop Lumber currently has these employment openings:
Driver/Yard/Delivery – Ottertail location – Job details: Ottertail Yard
Home Décor Sales – Ottertail location – Job details: Home Decor Ottertail
Driver/Yard/Delivery – Glenwood location – Job details: Glenwood Yard
Marvin Shades are fully integrated, matching any current Marvin interior finish, appearing as a seamless part of the window or door. Functionally graceful, there are no visible cords or pulleys. The fit is precise with virtually no light bleed. Add beauty and functionality to your home with Marvin Shades. WATCH THE VIDEO
We will be closed for the Holidays on Saturday, December 24th
& Saturday, December 31st. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
11-16-16 – Local officials, community leaders and Hilltop Lumber employees gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking for Hilltop Lumber’s new showroom and Do It Best hardware store in Ottertail, Minnesota. The new building will be located next to the current facility. It will feature a larger showroom for home improvement products, a kitchen design center, a Do It Best hardware store, plus drafting services, sales offices and conference room. The old location will serve as a storage warehouse. The project will be completed in the spring of 2017. News Story and Photos
Replacing windows with energy-efficient ones can help reduce your utility bills, but the benefits go much further. Choosing energy-efficient windows makes your home more comfortable, as their performance determines how much heat comes in and escapes out through the windows. Learn more.