According to VERSATEX vice president of sales Rick Kapres, 'Both Snavely and VERSATEX share a deep concern for products with environmental benefits. Our PVC components require little energy to manufacture and their service life is very long.'
(PRWEB) November 14, 2013
http://www.versatex.com Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Snavely has been a leader in wholesale distribution since 1902. The Greensboro location will serve all of North Carolina, most of South Carolina and southeastern Virginia.
Brian Kirit, Snavely’s general manager, said today, “Our customers are among the world’s finest professional and DIY retailers — independent dealers, home centers, door and window shops and molding and millwork manufacturers. With them in mind, we’re happy to be making VERSATEX products and expertise more widely available.
“Our customers — and their customers, too — depend on the value we add through product training and technical support,” he said. “And, like Snavely, VERSATEX is a recognized industry leader in sharing knowledge and responding to customer needs. Together, we’re positioned to make life easier for architects, builders and renovators too.”
According to VERSATEX vice president of sales Rick Kapres, “Both Snavely and VERSATEX share a deep concern for products with environmental benefits. Our PVC components require comparatively little energy to manufacture, and their long service life means that, once they’re installed, they won’t be going anywhere near a landfill.
“This looks like a long-term relationship, based on shared values, with lasting benefits for the industry overall,” he concluded.
VERSATEX Trimboard products are manufactured by Wolfpac Technologies of Pittsburgh, where state-of-the-art facilities produce cellular PVC extrusion products such as VERSATEX trimboards, sheet, bead board, moldings and prefabricated corners, and the innovative VERSATEX soffit system. VERSATEX products are 100 percent engineered, formulated and manufactured in the U.S.A. Complete product, service and application details are posted at http://www.versatex.com.