New Product Announcement: Fry Reglet Architectural Metals!

Mid-State Lumber Now Stocks Fry Reglet Fiber Cement Panel Trims

Branchburg, NJ (February 9, 2018) – Make a statement with Fry Reglet Architectural Metals, where engineering and manufacturing expertise meets design. Mid-State Lumber Corp. is pleased to add Fry Reglet Fiber Cement Panel Trims to its best-in-class product offerings.

For more than 65 years, Fry Reglet has been the trusted source for superior metal fabrications and component systems. From formed metal extrusions and column covers to Graph, a universal wall cladding system, their products embody precision engineering, expert manufacturing, and inherent sustainability.

Designed for use with 5/16” Fiber Cement Panels, Fry Reglet aluminum Fiber Cement Panel Trims provide a cost effective option for shaping and sculpting exterior fiber cement panel claddings. Their aluminum trims not only offer aesthetics, but provide a caulk free, easy to install, and sustainable enhancement to the exterior façade. For more information, please visit www.fryreglet.com.

About Mid-State Lumber Corp.
Mid-State Lumber is a local and regional wholesaler of building material products for the retail lumber dealer, and has been in operation since 1976. Offering a broad choice of products, its lumber selections include pine, Douglas fir, western red cedar, ipe, and dark red meranti. Additional products carried include decking, stepping, Royal products, James Hardie, Trex, specialty plywood, and moisture management. With a customer base spanning the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions, Mid-State operates four locations: Branchburg, NJ, Kingston, PA, Warwick, NY and Marlborough, MA. Commodity inventories are maintained in several Eastern seaboard re-load centers. For more information visit www.midstatelumber.com or call our wholesale distribution sales number at 800.942.7776.

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For further information, please contact:
Antoinette Taylor | Marketing & Communications Manager | ataylor@midstatelumber.com
908.725.4900 x247

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