Central Valley Completes Construction of Manufacturing Facility for New Prefab Wall Division

Central Valley Completes Construction of Manufacturing Facility for New Prefab Wall Division

Pushing the Company to the Forefront of Specialized Manufacturing

NAPA, CA – (RealEstateRama) — Central Valley, a US top-100 building supply company, announced today that it has opened a new 35,303-square-foot manufacturing facility in Yolo County to house the firm’s new prefabricated wall division. Central Valley’s new facility will manufacture walls for the construction industry – allowing home builders to economically accelerate building completion.

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“We are thrilled by this exciting growth opportunity,” stated Paul Kinser, Central Valley’s General Manager of Sales & Prefab Wall Division. “Central Valley has the leadership and technical teams in-place to begin the manufacture of prefabricated wall panels, giving our customers a higher-quality end product for their builds.”

In an industry reeling from a skilled labor crunch and burgeoning construction costs, prefabricated wall panels are an excellent alternative to traditional stick framing. Prefab wall panels are not only designed to lower costs for the framer, but also reduce waste by efficiently reducing costly material overruns. Pete Yanez, Director of Operations for the prefab division stated, “In today’s environmentally-conscious climate, prefab walls are an excellent solution.”

With state-of-the-art machinery, skilled carpenters, and the utmost precision, Central Valley will be producing prefab wall panels, with the first walls being shipped to Coffey Park on Friday, May 18, to expedite Sonoma’s post-fire re-build. Santa Rosa’s five-acre Coffey Park neighborhood was one of the hardest hit areas during the Tubbs fire, the most destructive of the 17 separate wild fires that hit Northern California in early October 2017.

Central Valley’s new manufacturing plant is located at 14275 Cacheville Road in Yolo, California. Central Valley currently has warehouse operations in St. Helena, Napa, and Healdsburg, with production yards in Woodland and American Canyon, California.

About Central Valley
Central Valley Builders Supply (dba Central Valley) is a top-100 U.S. building supply company that proudly serves the builders of Northern California. For three generations, it has been family owned and operated and its commitment to customer service and satisfaction has never waned. From developers to builders and framers, Central Valley strives to make a difference with its employees, customers and in the communities it serves, through the values and high standards it employs. Central Valley donates 2% of the net profit from every purchase to help build strong families and affordable housing. Visit www.central-valley.com

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Anne Monaghan

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Central Valley Builders Supply (dba Central Valley) is a Top 100 U.S. building supply company that proudly serves the builders of Northern California. From San Jose to the Oregon border, and from the Grapevine to Reno, Central Valley delivers to builders quality products, materials, and supplies. For three generations, it has been family owned and operated and its commitment to customer service and satisfaction has never waned. From developers to builders and framers, Central Valley strives to make a difference with its employees, customers and in the communities it serves, through the values and high standards it employs. Central Valley donates two percent of the net profit from every purchase to help build strong families and affordable housing.

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Phone: 707 261-7900
Fax: 707 261-7937

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