Palmer-Donavin Expands Siding Offering With ProVia Manufactured Stone

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Palmer-Donavin is expanding its exterior siding offering with ProVia manufactured stone.

According to Palmer-Donavin, manufactured stone enhances the beauty of home exteriors while also increasing the value and return on investment.

“We’re thrilled to announce our newest partnership with ProVia,” Palmer-director Donavin’s of purchasing, Josh Miller, stated. “ProVia’s service platform is excellent and will provide our dealer base new opportunities for growth. Product availability and extended lead times remain a huge concern and risk for our dealers, but with ProVia’s exceptional lead times, those concerns are now an afterthought. The addition of ProVia’s manufactured stone to our product portfolio will enhance our offering and ability to provide top-tier products in a timely manner.”

The distributor currently stocks four ProVia profiles and 16 colors, with quick access to 11 collections and nearly 70 colors.

According to the company, Palmer-Donavin currently stocks four ProVia profiles and 16 colors and has quick access to all 11 ProVia collections and nearly 70 colors.

Dry Stack, Ledgestone, Limestone, and Terra Cut profile collections are currently in stock.

“We are excited about our partnership with Palmer-Donavin and look forward to working with them,” ProVia’s director of stone sales, Steve Kraus, commented.

“They have an excellent reputation for quality, expertise, and outstanding customer service, and we feel that perfectly aligns with ProVia’s professional-class products and caring for details, both in our craftsmanship and in our customer relationships.”

According to the company, ProVia’s stone manufacturing process uses real stones as molds and a blend of high-quality aggregates, cement, and iron oxides to create a replica that matches the character and feel of the original stones.

Palmer-Donavin is a building materials distributor and door fabricator based in Columbus, Ohio.

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