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MoistureShield decking partners with BlueLinx

BlueLinx will distribute MoistureShield products out of Atlanta and Chicago facilities.

BY HBSDealer Staff

MoistureShield, the manufacturer of composite decking and railing, has partnered with building products distributor BlueLinx Holdings.

MoistureShield decking products will be distributed by BlueLinx from its distribution centers in Atlanta, Ga. and Chicago.

“The BlueLinx team is excited to offer MoistureShield from our Atlanta and Chicago distribution facilities to our valued dealers in these regions, using our strong service platform,” said BlueLinx VP of Specialty Products, Mike Wilson.  “We look forward to working with MoistureShield to support the growth of this innovative composite decking brand.”

The MoistureShield product line includes Vision capped composite decking with a modern, variegated appearance and the exclusive DiamondDefense capped surface. MoistureShield also features CoolDeck technology, for select products, which reduces deck board surface temperatures by up to 35% compared to conventional capped composites.

Other products include Infuse decking, a realistic wood-grain finish with the ability to withstand total submersion in water; and Vantage, an uncapped composite with the workability of wood. All MoistureShield decking features the Solid Core Difference for advanced strength and moisture resistance.

“With its vast network of dealers, we are very pleased to have BlueLinx add MoistureShield to its comprehensive lines of building products, expanding the MoistureShield footprint in the Midwest and Southeast,” said Todd Braun, vp of sales for MoistureShield “BlueLinx is recognized as a top distributor in the building materials industry, known for its above and beyond service. We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.”

MoistureShield is a division of Oldcastle APG, a CRH Company. BlueLinx services more than 15,000 customers in 40 states, including regional and local dealers, specialty distributors, national home centers, and manufactured housing customers.

 

 

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