Masonite closes the deal with Masisa
Masonite International Corporation has announced its acquisition of Masisa S.A.’s door manufacturing operations.
Specifically, Masonite has purchased Masisa’s door component operations in Cabrero, Chile and its door assembly factory in Chillan, Chile, both of which primarily deal in stile, rail panel and French wood doors for the North American market.
The agreement, announced June 18, was for a sale price of approximately $12.5 million. The two facilities, which employ roughly 300 people, are expected to provide strategic growth opportunities for Masonite and complement its existing collection of residential doors.
This is a sign how the home
This is a sign how the home improvement, home depot and woodworking, including construction and building significantly shows that they are the firms emerging in the markets that help economy, so glad to know that. Speaking of French Doors anyway, I am lucky I have bought an old stock yet unique and quality doors from Caldwells store near Bay Area, San Francisco, you can also see this for their online portfolio and products, where they both offers brand new, old stock, used and refurbished doors.
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors kicks off grand opening of Boston showroom
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors has just expanded its national presence with a new Boston showroom. The self-titled "epic wide plank floor company" will be hosting a grand opening on Thursday, July 11 at the Boston Design Center, Suite 541.
"The opening of the Boston showroom comes at a very exciting time for the company and really allows us to showcase the Carlisle brand," said Michael Stanek, president and CEO of Carlisle Wide Plank Floors. "We’ll be showing clients a new direction for the brand and the latest product upgrades, while still remaining true to our longstanding commitment to luxury design, quality, and unparalleled craftsmanship."
The grand opening, which is invitation-only, will involve appetizers, cocktails, one-on-ones with Carlisle specialists and an iPad mini giveaway.
The showroom itself features an intimate layout with new product displays (such as for the exclusive Design Series II), as well as more sample and brochure offerings.
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CertainTeed offers Brand-Your-Roof program
Valley Forge, Pa.-based CertainTeed introduced a Brand Your Roof program, allowing contractors and distributors to add their company logo to roofing underlayment.
“The Brand Your Roof program provides contractors a powerful advertising tool with lead generation potential,” said Martha Strick, director of marketing for CertainTeed Roofing. “We are excited to be able to offer this new promotional service to our valued customers and feature our best-in-class underlayment in terms of both weather protection and contractor safety.”
The program makes it easy to order a company logo and contact information imprinted on DiamondDeck synthetic underlayment. According to CertainTeed, the procedure turns a roofing project "into a personalized billboard for motorists driving by."
DiamondDeck is a synthetic, scrim-reinforced, polymer-based roof underlayment that can be used beneath shingle, shake, metal or slate roofing.
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