Anawalt Lumber proudly announced its 100th Anniversary! Anawalt is celebrating all year long with events, special anniversary deals, and giveaways. The first location opened in 1923 in West Los Angeles. The West Hollywood location on N Robertson Boulevard has been around for 84 years. It opened in 1939.
“We want to celebrate our service and the community for allowing us to be in business for so many years,” reads a statement announcing a century of service to Los Angeles. “From hosting workshops on how-to’s like gardening tips and DIY house projects to partnering with local nonprofits who serve the community each day – we’re committed to giving back in honor of our centennial celebration
Family owned and operated since 1923, Anawalt Lumber is your neighborhood hardware store, where you always find just what you need at prices you can afford. From do-it-yourselfers to professional contractors, the lumber and hardware store puts customers first by providing the top of the line customer service through their motivated and knowledgeable staff. If we don’t have something you need, they will help find it for you. The store has paint, plumbing, nursery, lumber, and home improvement experts.
Anawalt Lumber began amidst lima beans and unpaved roads by Harmond Fred Anawalt Jr., It was established the same year as Disney, before the end of the silent film era, and when we still got our news from the paper and radio.
Anawalt’s flagship location still stands today on the corner of Pico and Sepulveda Blvds., just as it did when it opened one hundred years ago. Now with five locations throughout West L.A., and still family-owned, Anawalt has been committed to providing the best customer service possible to help you complete your projects – whether that is starting and maintaining a garden, building or renovating a home, or making repairs – all while offering quality lumber, hardware, tools, paint and nursery products.
There is a West Hollywood location at 641 N Robertson Boulevard.
Other store Locations include:
West L.A. (Pico Blvd.)
Pacific Palisades (Sunset Blvd.)
Hollywood (Highland Ave.)
Malibu (Cross Creek Rd.)