1989 Armstrong Milling opens a feed store at 205 South Cayuga Street in Dunnville.
1993 Henry DeKlerk becomes a partner and GrandErie Ltd is started.
1996 Bert Mulder becomes third partner.
1996 Home Hardware purchased by Grand Erie Ltd.
1999 Broad street properties purchased for relocation of Home Hardware business.
2008 & 2009 Business products and services expanded to include a Lumber Building Centre.
2009 Greenhawk equine equipment and supplies added to list of offered products.
2010, May Grand Opening of new location, combining Farm & Country, Home Hardware and lumber warehouse services and products.
2010, Summer Old South Cayuga Street location of Farm & Country now exclusively Grand Country Garden Gallery.
2012 Retail floor space expands to 20,000 square feet, making room for additional store solutions to meet customer seasonal, plumbing, and kitchen needs.
2015 Purchase of land adjacent to the back end of Broad Street properties.
2016, Spring Land clearing and site preparations begin at Broad Street.
2016, Fall Grand Country Garden Gallery closed for the season one last time at old South Cayuga street location.
2016/2017 Indoor renovations completed over the winter, increasing square footage and product selection totals in every- and we mean EVERY – department at GrandErie. Walls moved back, warehouses converted to retail floor space, a second lumber warehouse with yard & bulk pits, entrance, added/relocated or enlarged, and the full size Garden Centre greenhouses ranges, outbuildings and parking continues.
2017 April, GrandErie Garden Centre opens at its new Broad Street location, increasing its seasonal offerings to having live plants year round.
2017 Winter, GrandErie adds live plant / decor workshops to its customer service offerings.
2018 CELEBRATING 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Wondering what will be added next on this timeline? Stay tuned! (Whatever it is you can be sure it’ll answer a need of our loyal customers!)