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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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Northern California’s Foster Lumber Yards Celebrates 100 Years

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RealEstateRama - Foster Lumber Yards, a division of Central Valley, a U.S. top 100 building supply company, is celebrating its 100th anniversary in September. As Vallejo's oldest continually operating business, and Solano County's oldest
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Central Valley Builders Supply Named ‘Best Places to Work’ in San Francisco North Bay

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Central Valley, a U.S. top-100 building supply company, announced today that it was been honored to be named one of "The Best Places to Work in the North Bay" by the North Bay Business Journal.
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Central Valley Builders Supply Wins North Bay Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Award

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Central Valley, a U.S. top-100 building supply company, announced today that it was named one of “The Best Places to Work in the North Bay” by the North Bay Business Journal in Northern California
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Central Valley to Acquire Foster Lumber Yards to Support Explosive Demand for Building Materials

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Central Valley, a U.S. top-100 building supply company, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Solano County-based building supply company, Foster Lumber Yard, expanding Central Valley’s Northern California footprint
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Central Valley Completes Construction of Manufacturing Facility for New Prefab Wall Division

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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Former Building Supply & Hardware Chain CFO Bill Robertson Joins Central Valley as CFO

Central Valley, a US top-100 building supply company, is pleased to announce the appointment of William (Bill) Robertson as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective October 31, 2017. Robertson succeeds David Templeton, who had previously announced his intent to retire after a seven-year career with the company.
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Central Valley Builders Supply Doubles Down With Simpson Strong-Tie

In an environment that is experiencing changing demographics, a shrinking workforce, and reduced spending, the conventional wisdom is that brick and mortar retail building supply companies should be shying away from the big box format, opting instead for smaller formats with leaner inventories. Central Valley, a San Francisco Bay Area-based building supply company, is taking a more aggressive stance, by partnering with Simpson Strong-Tie, the industry leader in engineered structural connectors.

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FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding Tips at Local Home Improvement Stores

Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston, Pasadena and Webster for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.

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What to Consider When Setting up an HOA

While Homeowners’ Associations (HOA) have been around for decades, the concept has become more prevalent in recent years. Part of the reason is that homeowners find that being part of a privately controlled community gives them a more significant say in their communities.