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This month's "In My Own Words" has Pringle Development's Joe Ziler sounding off on what the firm uses in their homes

March 01, 2007

Wellborn Cabinet
 

The Cherry Hill Arch cabinet from Wellborn Cabinet's Woodcraft series has a full over-lay and is made from kiln-dried, 1¾ by ¾-inch solid cherry. It has a solid wood raised center panel and features concealed adjustable hinges. Interiors are made with natural maple laminates, and the drawer's sides are made with ¾-inch solid maple with finished plywood bottoms. For FREE information, visit Wellborn Cabinet

In My Own Words

"I recently visited and toured this incredible facility. Words cannot describe the pride and dedication that the employees of Wellborn have. It was the most impressive manufacturing facility I have ever toured. Although they are highly automated and quality driven, they truly 'hand build' their fine cabinets."



Owens Corning

 

The Cultured Stone Shale Pro-Fit Alpine Ledgestone for interior and exterior applications from Owens Corning features modular components with the company's patented interlocking mortar groove for secure adhesion and tight-fitting installation. New colors include autumn, Mojave and shale. The line also includes the Black Rundle Country Ledgestone. For FREE information, visit Owens Corning

In My Own Words

"Owens Corning products not only have great brand recognition in the housing market but excellent performance results. Specifically for Pringle their shingle and insulation products are of great value. We have found the performance of their products to exceed our expectations and their builder support is exemplary."



Shaw
 

With new textures and patterns, Everyday Elegance carpets from Shaw feature 20 styles made with the company's EverTouch and EverTouch SD nylon. Patterns include geometric and bamboo. The carpets are treated with Shaw's R2X stain and soil resistance treatment and carry a 10-year warranty against wrinkles. For FREE information, visit Shaw


In My Own Words

"Shaw has done an exceptional job of merchandising our Design Center and packaging their products in a retail environment. This not only makes it easy for the builder but easy and affordable for our customer. Prepackaged see-it-and-buy-it tile selections, beautiful carpet, hardwood samples and a professional display have really helped our customer design experience."




Sherwin Williams
 

Made by Sherwin Williams, the Loxon paint system is designed for all types of concrete and masonry applications, including tilt-up, precast, poured-in-place, CMU, cement block and stucco. According to the company, the coating does its job in one less coat with no need for primer. Loxon has resistance to alkali and efflorescence and can be applied to concrete less than 28 days old. For FREE information, visit Sherwin Williams

In My Own Words

"We take the quality of our homes very seriously. Quality finish is what sets Pringle Development apart from our competition. The quality of Loxon Paint System is exceptional. This product that has been wind-driven tested to 98 mph and substantially de-creases the chances of water infiltration here in Florida."




Progress Lighting
 

Featuring medium oak and dark teak plywood blades, the Airpro ceiling fan by Progress Lighting is powered by the company's triple capacitor reversible motor. The fan is Energy Star and UL listed and additional lighting kits are available. Progress offers a lifetime limited warranty. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5330-128

In My Own Words

"Progress has a much diversified lighting array that is not only satisfactory to the entry level buyer but for the discriminating high-end buyer that we service here at Pringle. We have found their builder support, quality products and ever-changing selections really compliment the housing market."

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