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Welcome Union Building & Loan Customers!


Committed to local banking and community

We want to take a moment to welcome you to the Brentwood Bank family—we’re happy you’re here! Stronger together—Union Building & Loan Savings Bank has merged with Brentwood Bank and will operate as Union Building & Loan, a division of Brentwood Bank. We assure you that you will receive the same exceptional service and personal touch that you’ve grown to expect from Union.
Serving the South Hills of Pittsburgh since 1922, we consider it an honor and privilege to help you with your banking needs and achieving your financial goals. At Brentwood Bank, we work hard every day to do what’s right for our customers and the communities they live in. That’s our focus—and it has been for nearly 100 years.

More opportunities for you

You may wonder what this merger means for you. It means continued local, hands-on service from a community bank that is ready to earn your trust. We’re prepared to provide you with the personalized support that only comes with community banking. But, don’t just take our word for it. More than 90%* of current Brentwood customers say they would recommend Brentwood Bank.
Brentwood Bank offers you banking essentials like free checking, 24/7 online and mobile banking, access to more than 670 ATMs with no fees, residential mortgages and savings & investment options– all with the service, ease, and relationships that only a hometown bank can deliver.

Important Merger Documents

Welcome Guide
Welcome Letter March 2019
Merger Customer Communication
News Release

Brentwood Bank Customer Success Stories

The financial dreams and aspirations of our customers – whether they’ve been with us for five months or 50 years – are what inspire us. Those dreams could include growing a business, buying a house, or building up savings. And when we help customers reach a goal, that’s when we’re proudest of our work.
Family and Friends Recommend Brentwood Bank to First-Time Homebuyers
When Shannon and Jon Macurak were searching for their first home, they spent about three months looking for the perfect home in Bridgeville. But they needed no time at all to select the bank that would write their mortgage.
“We used Brentwood Bank because many of our family and friends have used Brentwood in the past and have always said good things about them,” says Shannon.

 Shannon and Jon Macurak in front of their new home

Shannon and Jon Macurak in front of their new home


Browse the below articles to stay current on tips and advice that can relate to your financial well-being.

5 Tips to Help You Avoid Being Scammed

We’ve all seen them. Some of us have experienced them. We’re talking about scams, where a scammer tries to fool you into giving access to your money. Scammers may pretend to be family members or friends. They may say they’re with the government, a charity, a utility company – even from your trusted bank. Scams can leave us feeling embarrassed, angry and poorer. The best way to protect yourself is to know how scammers operate and how to foil them.
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Go Local, Bank Local

We’ve all heard the phrases “Go Local” and “Farm-to-Table”, but those ideas go beyond the food and retail industries. They can also apply to banking.
ICBA Independent Community Bankers of America Main Street vs. Wall Street


7 Tips for Choosing the Right Bank

Has your bank recently added new fees? Do you find it’s impossible to talk to a bank representative when you have a question or problem? Think local community banks can’t offer 24/7 online and mobile banking? Interested in where your bank invests the money you and others deposit?
If so, or if you have recently moved to a new city, it may be time to find a new bank, one that provides convenient online and mobile tools, personalized service, and the specific services you need.


*Avannis Customer Satisfaction Survey, 2018