LaForce Relocates in Appleton

LaForce’s Appleton Office Moves to New Location

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LaForce is excited to announce that their Appleton office will be relocating from its current location (W6490 Specialty Drive, Greenville, WI 54942). Effective immediately, LaForce will now be located at 700 S Westland Drive, Appleton, WI 54914 near the intersection of Highway 41 and College Avenue.

After eight years at its Greenville location, LaForce took the opportunity to find a building that is more accessible and centrally located to fit their growing needs. This new site will allow LaForce to better serve their Fox Valley customers and the Appleton community for years to come.

“Our new location at Highway 41 and College Avenue allows us to support the Fox Valley quickly and efficiently. We look forward to using our new location to strengthen our many existing relationships while we work to build new ones, both within the construction industry and in the community as a whole,” said Appleton Branch Manager Jerry Shown.

Any impacts to LaForce customers will be minimal during the transition.

Established in 1954, LaForce is a leading distributor of quality commercial building solutions in the United States. They do it all – from doors, frames, and hardware to security systems, building specialties, custom pre-finishing, LEED requirements, and more. LaForce has experience with new and existing facilities as well as in a variety of industries including education, healthcare, manufacturing, government, and multi-family housing.

About LaForce

LaForce, LLC is one of the largest distributors of door opening products, solutions and services in the United States. We offer services in doors, frames, hardware, keying, building specialties, architectural services, fire door inspections, pre-install, install, and customized pre-finishing, along with our security division, known as Electronic Security Systems. Headquartered in Green Bay, WI since 1954, we now operate 14 locations throughout the country. For more information, please visit