Fresh decking from AZEK and TimberTech

TimberTech has expanded its Multi-Width Decking line with 7.25” boards.

BY HBSDealer Staff

AZEK Building Products is launching new products for 2020 in its TimberTech AZEK, TimberTech PRO, and TimberTech EDGE decking lines as well as in its composite railing collections.

TimberTech has expanded its Multi-Width Decking offerings with two new 7.25″ wide width boards in the Harvest Collection: Brownstone and Slate Gray. This enables faster installation and complements the existing Vintage Collection Multi-Width Decking portfolio, which includes 3.5″, 5.5″ and 7.25″ width boards in all six Vintage colors.

TimberTech PRO Reserve Decking in the Stormy tone.

MAX boards are also new to TimberTech AZEK, offering a 1.5” thickness, ideal for boardwalks, docks, and more. They are available in two tones of gray: Coastline from the Vintage Collection and Slate Gray from the Harvest Collection.

Additionally, the TimberTech PRO Decking line is evolving with the addition of the new Reserve Collection which features four bold colors and a natural, matte finish. The on-trend colors – including two grays and two browns – emulate natural, reclaimed hardwood and provide a significant level of color variation. The surface of the board features a heavy wire-brushed finish and offers the best fade and stain performance in the category.

The TimberTech EDGE Decking line now includes the new Prime+ Collection. This collection includes two artfully blended colors with a tight, straight-grain embossing pattern. The boards feature a scalloped profile that lightens homeowners bottom lines while maintaining structural integrity and the coveted solid-underfoot feel.

“We are excited to launch this dynamic portfolio of products in 2020,” says Patrick Barnds, SVP of Product Management. “These products offer a range of technology solutions with sophisticated wood visuals and on-trend colors for outdoor living spaces that go beyond low maintenance, easy living.”

AZEK also announced that the popular composite RadianceRail, Premier Rail, and Trademark Rail will transition to a universal common bottom rail and will be classified as the Classic Composite Series. Included in that series is the new composite Drink Rail top rail option which allows homeowners to use a deck board as the top rail. This gives homeowners a universal system with four distinctive top rail options.

Other new offerings include a Multi-Width fastening option for SIDELoc, a lower-cost hidden fastener for TimberTech AZEK, and a unique bundle packaging solution for RadianceRail Express.

AZEK is headquartered in Chicago with plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania.




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