In a press release, the company says it's opening the center to capitalize on the "current acceleration of housing starts and the housing recovery."
The center will complement the Monterey-based company's recent acquisition of T&H Building Supply in Redwood City, said CEO William E. Hayward. The center will offer doors and windows from such manufacturers as Kolbe, Marvin, Unilux and Lemieux, the company says.
Hayward Corporation has six lumberyards in Monterey, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties, as well as six Hayward Design Centers.
Re/Max agents awarded for sales
Three agents with Re/Max Distinctive Properties in Menlo Park received outstanding production awards at the 40th annual Re/Max convention, held recently in Las Vegas. They were Penelope Huang (broker-owner), Omar Kinaan and Joe Carcione III.
Mr. Kinaan was recognized also for ranking 57th out of approximately 60,000 Re/Max associates nationally for sales in 2012. The Re/Max offices are at 648 Santa Cruz Ave. in downtown Menlo Park.
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