PARSIPPANY — Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board Vice Chairman Frank Cahill, Cathy Cerbo, Mayor Michael Soriano, Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board Chairman Robert Peluso, Adam Gragnani, and Councilman Michael dePierro congratulates Cerbo Lumber on their 70th Anniversary.
Frank Cahill and Robert Peluso presented Cathy with a plaque congratulating their 70th Anniversary.
Cerbo Lumber & Hardware is a family owned and operated independent building materials supplier opened by Salvatore Cerbo in 1948. Salvatore was an Italian immigrant father of four and World War I veteran who was a carpenter by trade. The Cerbo family has made Parsippany their home for over 100 years.
Cerbo Lumber & Hardware services both homeowners and contractors. They specialize in moldings with over 100 profiles stocked, including long lengths. They carry Benjamin Moore Paint, decking, windows, doors, mason supplies in addition to snow removal and ice melt products. With friendly and knowledgeable sales staff and parking at the front door, Cerbo Lumber & Hardware prides itself on customer service.
Cerbo Lumber is located at 1855 Route 46 East.