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04/06/2021

Russin breaks ground on factory finish facility

The factory finishing operation will continue to provide the market with industry-leading wood priming, topcoating and staining services
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A rendering of Russin's new factory finish facility in Montgomery, N.Y.

New York building products distributor Russin announced that it has broken ground on a state-of-the-art factory finishing operation to be located across the street from its main distribution center. 

Dubbed the “RFF” for short, Russin’s factory finishing operation will continue to provide the market with industry-leading wood priming, topcoating, and staining services for customers in its 13-state trading area and across the United States.

The new plant is expected to be operational in October.

Russin has been offering factory finishing services since 1997 with a heavy focus on customization – combined with the company’s in-house milling capabilities, Factory Finishing can offer virtually any wood species and profile, coated in a wide range of tones ranging from clear coats to opaque finishes. 

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By partnering with major paint and stain companies such as Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams, Russin can say yes to just about anything, quickly, the company said.

Russin’s new facility will also focus heavily on production of the company’s new Summit Rainscreen Systems line – this system offers a built-in rainscreen clip to enable better longevity of the siding system, in a wide array of wood species and finishes.

Russin's reach covers 13 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. The company owns and operates distribution, milling, and factory finishing facilities in Montgomery, New York.