Alpine Gray is new to MoistureShield's Elevate line of composite decking.
MoistureShield decking announced that it has partnered with Huttig Building Products in the West.
Based in St. Louis, Mo., Huttig will distribute MoistureShield composite decking products throughout most of California through branches in Sacramento and Rancho Cucamonga. These locations join Huttig’s Phoenix branch serving Arizona and Nevada.
“There is tremendous demand by homeowners in our region for composite decks,” said David Shanda, vice president, Western Region for Huttig. “We’re excited to help our dealers meet that need with MoistureShield’s distinct innovations, such as CoolDeck, as well as their strong warranties and fire ratings.”
Well-suited for high-temperature climates, MoistureShield’s CoolDeck technology reduces heat absorption by up to 35% compared to standard capped composites in a similar color.
MoistureShield also said that its Vision product line now meets Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) compliance tests required by California fire officials. Vision features one of the strongest caps in the industry, resisting scratches, stains, and impact damage.
MoistureShield’s Elevate entry-level priced capped composite line recently introduced two new variegated colors: Alpine Gray and Riverbank that resemble tropical hardwoods
“Expanding into the western region is a huge milestone for MoistureShield,” said Matthew Bruce, vice president of sales, MoistureShield. “We’re confident in Huttig’s decades of dedication to their dealers as we define a new region for the brand.”
Based in Atlanta, Ga., MoistureShield is a division of Oldcastle APG, a CRH Company.