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Deckorators offers new cable, aluminum rail options

Deckorators debuts ALX Classic in Weathered Brown, SLX Cable railing.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Deckorators, the decking brand of Universal Forest Products, Inc., has expanded its deck railing lineup with the introduction of new aluminum and cable rail offerings.

ALX Classic aluminum railing in Weathered Brown and Deckorators SLX Cable railing provide deck builders and homeowners with a modern choice to personalize an outdoor living space.

Durable yet minimal, Deckorators ALX Classic aluminum railing now comes in Weathered Brown, a popular color that can add a warm, natural finish to a deck.

ALX Classic aluminum railing in Weathered Brown is available in 6- and 8-foot lengths and 36- and 42-inch heights with Deckorators Classic or Estate balusters. The product is easy to install whether deck builders choose the preassembled or top and bottom rail kit option. Post and stair kits are sold separately.

Weathered Brown joins Satin Black, Matte Black and Textured White in the ALX Classic aluminum railing color lineup. ALX Classic railing is covered by a lifetime limited warranty on manufacturing defects and powder coating and a 25-year removal-and-replacement warranty.

Additionally, the Deckorators SLX Cable railing features sleek stainless steel posts and cable while creating pristine outdoor views.

Deckorators SLX Cable railing.

Thin, modern stainless steel 2 3/8-inch posts are available in 36- and 42-inch heights. Predrilled intermediate InvisiPosts come in 36- and 42-inch heights, while 1/8-inch cable is available in lengths up to 50 feet. The system features a stainless steel graspable handrail. SLX Cable railing is backed by a 25-year limited warranty on manufacturing defects.

“At Deckorators, new product development is driven by the valuable input of dealers and contractors,” said Chris Camfferman, managing director, marketing, Deckorators. “ALX Classic aluminum railing in Weathered Brown and Deckorators SLX Cable railing meet their needs for trend-forward railings that offer modern beauty and design flexibility.”

 

 

 

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All 30 stocks tracked by HBSDealer finished the day lower, as Wall Street suffered on Tuesday. The biggest mover was BLDR, down more than 14%.
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AWI (Armstrong) 65.03 -4.26%
BCC (Boise) 25.40 -5.15%
BECN (Beacon) 33.06 -3.73%
BLDR (Builders FS) 12.24 -14.25%
BMCH (BMC Stock) 16.55 -5.43%
BXC (BlueLinx) 25.07 -8.07%
CENT (Central Garden) 33.16 -3.72%
DE (Deere & Co.) 151.59 -6.55%
DOOR (Masonite) 52.03 -4.43%
EXP (Eagle) 67.40 -7.29%
FAST (Fastenal) 57.27 -4.12%
HBP (Huttig) 2.60 -4.76%
HD (Home Depot) 175.30 -3.54%
JELD (Jeld-Wen) 18.03 -5.60%
LL (Lumber Liquidators) 11.18 -8.81%
LOW (Lowe’s) 90.33 -4.20%
LPX (Louisiana-Pacific) 21.91 -5.11%
MAS (Masco) 30.68 -5.69%
PPG (PPG) 106.73 -3.46%
SHW (Sherwin-Williams) 406.60 -2.81%
SMG (Scotts Miracle-Gro) 72.49 -4.01%
SSD (Simpson) 56.36 -4.60%
SWK (Stanley) 126.35 -7.11%
TREX (Trex) 61.50 -5.67%
TSCO (Tractor Supply) 92.99 -2.87%
TTC (Toro) 59.58 -3.84%
UFPI (Universal Forest) 26.32 -6.13%
USG (USG) 43.04 -0.19%
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U.S. LBM acquires Deering Lumber

The move expands U.S. LBM’s presence in Maine to 5 locations.

BY HBSDealer Staff

U.S. LBM Holdings has acquired Deering Lumber based in Biddeford, Maine.

With this acquisition, U.S. LBM now has 5 locations throughout Maine.

Founded in 1866, Deering Lumber operates 3 locations in Maine, serving custom home builders and remodelers across southern and coastal regions of the state along with the neighboring New Hampshire coastline.

A distributor of lumber and a wide range of specialty building products, including windows, doors, decking, wallboard, roofing and siding, Deering Lumber will continue to be led by President C.D. Armstrong.

“A strong customer base, diverse product offering and team focused on customer relationships make Deering Lumber an ideal addition to our family of companies,” said U.S. LBM President and CEO L.T. Gibson. “By adding a market leader in Deering Lumber, we’re expanding our reach and customer base in the coastal New England residential construction and renovation market.”

Based in Buffalo Grove, Ill., U.S. LBM operates more than 240 locations nationally and had sales of $3.1 billion last year.

 

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