CertainTeed expands colors for EverNew decking
Valley Forge, Pa.-based CertainTeed added two new shades to its EverNew PT Decking collection: Castle Gray and Tudor Brown.
The new colors join an existing palette of Bronze, Slate, Ipe Tropics and Rosewood Tropics.
“EverNew PT Decking is an ultra-low maintenance decking product that is durable and long-lasting,” said Patti Pellock, senior marketing manager for CertainTeed’s Fence, Railing and Deck division. “Available in natural looking, wood grain embossed patterns, as well as tropical colors with exotic, hardwood tones, it is a valuable component of dynamic outdoor living spaces.”
EverNew PT composite decking consists of a high-density polyethylene core and features patent-pending PermaTech surface technology from Fiberon that encapsulates the core and provides for unparalleled stain, fade and scratch resistance. The decking is designed for strength, durability and rigidity and is resistant to termites, splinters and decay. It’s backed by a 20-year performance warranty and a 20-year stain and fade warranty.
EverNew PT Decking is a low-maintenance product; occasional washing with a standard garden hose will remove dirt and grime, and leave decking looking like new.
I would give it a try simply
I would give it a try simply because they offer a 20 years warranty and because the decks would be termites resistant. I had my old decking ruined by these insects and probably they would have ruined my home too if it weren't for terminixpestcontroloffers.com and I don't want to face such destruction again.
Lowe’s to open first Edmonton store Monday
An article in the Edmonton Journal reports Lowe’s officials sawed a board to launch the retail company’s first Edmonton-area store, which will open to the public Monday.
The store marks the Mooresville, N.C.-based retail company’s 25th location in Canada, and the fourth in the western province of Alberta. Two more stores will open in British Columbia in Regina and New Westminster, bringing the number of western Canada Lowe’s stores to six.
Home Depot and RONA both have locations within a few minutes drive of the new Lowe’s store in South Edmonton Common.
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Makita adds die grinder to its LXT cordless line
The latest addition to Makita’s LXT Series of lithium-ion-powered tools is the new cordless die grinder.
“With 25,000 RPM and 18 volts of lithium-ion power, it is another trade solution for pros working in plumbing, automotive, service and maintenance," said Ethan Haughawout, Makita product manager, cordless tools.
The new LXDG01 is powered by a Makita-built motor that delivers 25,000 RPM for faster grinding. The compact design with barrel grip weighs only 4.4 lbs., and the stepped neck makes it ideal for working in tight spaces. The slide switch has a lock-on for operator convenience, with vent slots designed to direct exhaust air away from the user. The LXDG01 also features a solid aluminum housing for added durability.
Since its introduction on Oct. 3, 2005, Makita’s LXT Series featuring 18V lithium-ion battery technology has been providing the professional end-user with more work solutions. Nearly six years later, there are more than 40 trade solutions in the LXT Series.
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