Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) zones are places where potentially flammable vegetation meets developed areas.
The manufacturer looks to provide direct, virtual avenues for its “Outdurable” products.
The building products distributor will offer dealers the full line of MoistureShield composite decking products.
Residential product sales grow 10% for the decking manufacturer in the first half of 2020.
Distribution coverage area includes all of New England, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.
ExoShield Wood Stains protect against moisture, UV rays, fungus, and mold.
PVC decking line features premium embossing and a next-generation surface coating designed for superior weather resistance.
The decking event will co-locate with PSP Expo in 2020.
The new Cascadia Railing System will be distributed by Cardinal in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Vision decking line now meets Wildland Urban Interface compliance tests required by California fire officials.
Fortress Wood Products will distribute MoistureShield decking products from three locations in North Carolina.
BlueLinx will distribute the full line of composite decking products to dealers in 25 counties.
The composite decking manufacturer has introduced Riverbank and Alpine Gray.
Despite a crisis, construction moves ahead with the need for labor savings.