Coronado Stone Products
Coronado Stone is a leader in stone veneer manufacturing and manufactured brick. Established in 1963 Coronado has grown in size to a company of over 200 employees, producing over 40 basic tile and stone products, with one to eight colors available depending on the style selected.
The majority of the products have complimentary accessories and trim. Whether new construction or remodeling, Coronado Products will enhance the finished project. Mel and his staff continue their innovative approach to improving traditional products and developing new products.
Cultured Stone Products
Offering Design Solutions™ to Builders and Home Owners, Architects, and Designers since 1962, Cultured Stone Corporation is the world’s leading producer of manufactured stone veneers. Cultured Stone® is a Division of Owens Corning, a world leader in building materials and glass fiber composites systems, with sales in excess of $5 billion and over 20,000 employees worldwide.
The Cultured Stone® product line includes hundreds of architectural trim products and precast stone veneers that replicate an extensive variety of textures, sizes, shapes and colors of natural stone. The products are supplied to DBS from a vast dealer and distributor network throughout North America and over 20 countries globally.
Eldorado Stone Corporation was founded in 1969 in Carnation, Washington. Over the last 35 years, they have become a leading manufacturer of architectural stone veneer with an unwavering reputation for exceptional quality products and outstanding customer service. Company founder John Bennett’s unparalleled commitment to creativity, expertise, excellence,and vision in the areas of product development, manufacturing, and installation have all had a major impart on the growth of the architectural stone veneer industry, and the ongoing success of Eldorado Stone.
In 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew the Atlantic and Heatilator introduced the first factory-built air-circulating fireplace. The brand name quickly became a household word-the “first name in fireplaces.”
Even today, many consumers refer to any heat-circulating fireplace as a Heatilator. But once they’ve owned a genuine Heatilator, they’ll know the difference. These forced air fireplaces distribute the heat from your fire to the rest of your home. This cuts down on gas or electric bills and offers the warmth of a winter’s fire to the entire home.
Not only is Heatilator the most widely recognized name, but thanks to their long-standing reputation for quality and reliability, Heatilator is also the preferred brand among homebuilders. Leading builders choose Heatilator because they know that the brand assures their customers many, many years of comfort and reliability.
Diversified Builder Supply is Arizona’s proud Distributor for Pittsburgh Corning Glass Block
Pittsburgh Corning manufactures a full line of residential and architectural glass block. Since 1937 Pittsburgh Corning has been dedicated to providing the industry with a full range of styles and designer pieces.
As a modern material these blocks add interest and value to any property.
Cast-N-Stone is a lightweight veneer stone that has been manufactured in Arizona since 1996. We have carefully designed hundreds of different molds for each individual stone patterns. These stones are exact duplications of natural stone selected for their beautiful shape and texture.
This offers homeowners and builders a more affordable and less heavy way to get the stone look without having to spend extra money on materials or structural support for excessive weight.
Having introduced its unique trellising system in 1993 greenscreen makes for the perfect framework for growing architectural plants, vines, and other greenery. The project that launched greenscreen® was CityWalk in Universal City, California. The mixed-use program at CityWalk called for vertical trellising that would create “an inhabited bush” atmosphere, without compromising the waterproof membrane of the building facade.
Manufactured from recycled steel, this three dimensional welded wire system creates a captive growing space three inches deep to allow plant materials to intertwine and grow within the panel. With the easily adaptable system of attachment clips, the panel can attach to a building facade, and can span openings between floors or horizontally between posts.
This can be a great way to offer some life and color to your residential or commercial properties.