Cast Stone Mantels Production Facility to Open

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Old World Stoneworks will be opening a new production facility in Trenton, Texas, in January. Old World Stoneworks makes cast stone fireplace mantels and range hoods.

Old World Stoneworks announced today that they will be opening a new production facility in Trenton, Texas, in early January to increase their production capabilities. With over 14,000 square feet under roof and additional outdoor storage space, the new facility will allow Old World to introduce their new line of Range Hoods and increase production of their cast stone fireplace mantels by 40%.

The new plant will be capable of producing range hoods made from a combination of cast stone and Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (G.R.F.C.). This new process will result in a finished product that is lighter than traditional cast stone, without sacrificing the strength or beauty of cast stone fireplace surrounds. Old World will continue to use the same process of traditional cast stone for their mantels and surrounds.

The new plant will also include curing facilities that will reduce lead time and allow earlier shipping of finished products. “We are really looking forward to having a state-of-the-art plant,” says Jerry Campbell, General Manager. “This will allow us to meet the needs of customers much better, and maintain our reputation for quality stone production.”

The new plant is scheduled to open in early January, 2006. For more information about Old World Stoneworks, see their Web site at (

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