Exceptional Products with the Guidance and Service You Deserve!

A lot has changed about Flannery, Inc. over the years but one thing that remains the same is our dedication to our customers. We value our relationships and look at each one as a partnership to create something significant. Since our start in 1975, Flannery has understood what it takes to build quality projects and have developed the necessary trims to provide attractiveness and function for your design.

Second to our customer service is our innovative ability to design products that meet the changes of our industry. We have developed trims compatible with more than five different siding systems and are continuing to innovate further. With our expertise in the trim industry and our onsite warehouse we can provide you with a variety of different options even if it is not featured on our website.

We pride ourselves on our reputation to produce quality work while providing our customers with the guidance and service they deserve. Let us help you in building something exceptional and show you what sets us apart.

Our Green Outlook:

Flannery has been well represented for years by the Green Shamrock in its logo. It is a symbol for our company and a reminder of our commitment to being more "Green". We are fully engaged in the "Green" movement that is taking place in the construction industry. We are committed to implementing new ways to run our manufacturing plant that are more environmentally responsible. Our goal is to produce products that are viable and sustainable for the future of our industry and our planet.

Flannery has manufactured aluminum, steel, and vinyl trims for the drywall and stucco industries for over 30 years. Since our founding in the late 70's, we have recycled our scrap and leftover materials from the production process in an attempt to reduce the cost of doing business as well as its impact on the world around us. We are thrilled to be a manufacturer of aluminum trims knowing full well the benefits of a product that can be recycled once its intended purpose comes to an end. Flannery looks forward to its continued relationship with our "Green" vendors and customers who look to reduce the environmental impact our industry has on the world.

Our Trims on Location:

Adventist Health Hanford Family Birthing Center

Completion Date: 2015 Adventist Health’s Hanford Family Birthing Center is a state of the art 49,000-square-foot facility built adjacent to the Adventist Medical Center inHanford, California. The new facility will replace Central Valley General Hospital’s birthing center. The $40 million project features 34 private beds, 2 operating rooms and 6 neonatal intensive care beds. The…

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Sunset 2014 Idea House

Completion Date: 2014 The 2014 Sunset Idea house is located about 20 minutes from Los Angeles in the exclusive neighborhood of Manhattan Beach, CA. Sunset editors along with local architect Louie Tomaro teamed up with local designers and contractors to create a modern beach house that incorporates the latest architectural design concepts. Sunset is a…

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Sharky’s Woodfire Mexican Grill

Completion Date: Fall 2014 Founded in 1992, Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill offers a fast, healthy, and organic menu with locations across the western part of the United States. The restaurant recently opened their 21st location in Chatsworth, CA. Prior to construction, Sharky’s approached local contracting company, Lanai Construction, looking for something to distinguish and contrast…

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Alaska Airlines Center

The Alaska Airlines Center, which opened in September 2014, is the new home for the sports teams of the University of Alaska in Anchorage. The $109 million project will also serve as a venue for concerts and other events. The state of the art venue boasts a 5,000 seat athletic arena, medicine suite, indoor jogging…

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Dodger Stadium

Completion Date: Spring 2014 Being big Dodger Fans, the team at Flannery was ecstatic to have the opportunity to be a part of the Dodger Stadium renovation. Dodger Stadium has been a landmark in the greater Los Angeles area for over 52 years, and underwent an unprecedented $150 million renovation in 2012-2014. The renovation gave…

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Pasadena School

Completion Date: 2013 A $2.6 million annex added to Madison Elementary was completed in 2013 and is the home to the family center and preschool which was previously located in a home and portable structures. Madison Elementary School is a historical public school located in Pasadena, CA. The school was built in 1905 and has…

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Brenda Boss Bear Valley Resource Center

Flannery is honored to be a part of the Brenda Boss Bear Valley Resource Center named after an extraordinary woman who dedicated her life to bringing proper medical care to her town of Big Bear.  The Brenda Boss Bear Valley resource center, coined as a “one stop shop”, provides the Bear Valley area with a…

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UTEP Chemistry & Computer Science Building

Completion Date: Spring 2012 In March of 2010, The University of Texas at El Paso broke ground on their new $70 million, 140,000 square foot Chemistry and Computer Science Building. The building will provide state-of-the-art facilities for both departments on the UTEP campus. The construction of this building marks the largest single construction investment on…

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Golden Nugget

Completion Date: Spring 2012 The Golden Nugget Atlantic City is the newly renovated hotel and casino in the middle of the Atlantic City Marina. Over the last several years, the Marina has been transformed into the new location of everything hip and glamorous along the Jersey shoreline. The Golden Nugget’s renovation was a $150 million…

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Goose Bay Airport Expansion

Completion Date: Winter 2011 Goose Bay Airport is a major international airport located in Goose Bay, Labrador on Canada’s East Coast and was opened in 1941. While its primary function at the time was to serve as a military runway during World War II, it has progressed over the years to become one of the…

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