Dayle ITM has a rich history in the building and construction industry. In 1976, two builders, Alan Day and Cliff Moyle, came together to create Dayle Timber. Their vision was to bring small business service and compete in the highly competitive Auckland market by offering quality timber yard products and prenail operations.

After a few years, Cliff Moyle pursued other opportunities, leaving Alan Day and Gloria Locke to take the company to the next level. In the early 80s, Dayle Cottages and Dayle Homes were introduced, offering a range of kitset homes perfect for DIY builders in beach houses and farm locations. This venture thrived until the late 90s when market conditions shifted, and the DIY builder demographic waned.

In 1997, Martin Day, the son of Alan Day, joined the business and took it into its second generation. The business continued to grow, and in 1998, Dayle Timber joined the Independent Timber Merchants (ITM) Group of stores to further strengthen the company's position in the industry. In 2003, Dayle Timber was awarded the fastest-growing ITM store in New Zealand.

In 2011, through challenging economic times, Martin and Deborah Day took over the ownership of Dayle Timber, confident in the company's long-term prospects. They set about making it more competitive and stronger than ever before.

Today, with three locations, Dayle ITM offers a complete package of building materials, frames and truss, hardware, and associated products, all delivered by a knowledgeable, experienced, and dedicated team. The company continues to grow while maintaining the personal service and attention that has always been synonymous with the Dayle ITM name.