Roselle Lumber is one of the oldest hardware stores in the northwest suburbs. It has a remarkable history as it was founded over 80 years ago by a group of farmers.
I remember going there in 1980s for dry wall and wood for construction. It's amazing it has survived for so long in this era of Home Depots and Lowes, and actually prior to them, all the Handy Andy's and Mr. How's.
It has carved a special place for itself and has a loyal customer base. It has a small town feel and the prices are just as good as the other chains.