One local family is bringing a variety of businesses back to their hometown. The Tolers brothers, Dallas Big D Toler, Mark Toler and Roger Toler, with the help of two friends, George King and Chip Caudill are originally from Justice. This group of men are proving they can be jacks of all trades by are opening several businesses in the Spratsville area, at the former Moores Chevrolet location. Big Ds Used Cars will sell a variety of pre-owned vehicles. The brothers explained that since Moores left the area and other various local lots had closed, they wanted to bring a car lot back to the area. In addition to the car lot, they will also be opening Pigeon Creek Log Company. This business is new to the area, but has been in operation since 1990 with approximately 250 homes in West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina. The Log Company will sell cedar home packages, pine railing, stairs and furniture. The brothers own their own mill and they will design, manufacture, sale and build. The Tolers are licensed general contractors and certified in plumbing and electrician work in West Virginia. Wood designs may also be brought in for custom build designs and they will except plans from notebook paper to conventional plans. Fat Boys ATV Lodging, will offer the companys original designs, rustic log cottage or A-frame, for rent. The Tolers stated they plan to have ten to twelve cabins on site for out-of-towners or locals just looking for a weekend escape. The cabins on location will be available for purchase for competitive prices. These cabins will be pre-packaged cedar homes as well with most of them having two bedrooms and a loft area. TMK, a family owned and operated security business, that currently employees 300 people, is currently located in Delbarton. However, the alarm and camera system division will be run out of the Spratsville location. The family will also be conducting business for Tolers Brothers Heating and Cooling, out of this location. The family also owns Fat Boy Development, which offers back hole and dump truck work, as well as, grave digging and gravel. The Toler family also partnered four years ago, with local businessman Gary Stepp, to purchase Justice Memorial Gardens, a cemetery in Justice. For more information regarding the businesses, call 304-664-8500.