D.H. Smith & Sons, which provides wood waste cycling, land clearing, mulch manufacturing, power equipment and retail landscape supplies, has expanded its operations with the relocation of its headquarters to 887 Plain Street, Route 139, Marshfield.
Dan Smith Jr., who founded the company in 1997, said that the Marshfield location, the site of the former Copeland Lumber Company on Route 139, seemed the perfect solution for their needs when it became clear that they had outgrown the space at their Pembroke location. They first used the site for several years to manufacture mulch and then made the decision to build their new company headquarters here as well.
Smith and his team oversaw the design and construction of two buildings totaling 25,000 square feet, on a 16p-acre parcel.
While the initial focus of D.H. Smith & Sons was the wholesale market, the company has added a retail component to their business with its power equipment sales and service division.
“We continue to look for additional ways to serve the public,” said Smith. “We have always done a brisk business with our wood waste recycling, and it’s great to see these products repurposed to their highest and best uses. As we have expanded our work with contractors and wholesale customers, we have also seen the benefit of offering the products and services to the public. We are pleased to add this retail component to the services and products that we offer.”
He said the company hopes to host an open house later this year.