Fiberon Announces Strategic Partnership with Wolf Home Products, Expanding US Distribution of Capped Composite Products

November 12th, 2018

NEW LONDON, NC – Fiberon®, an innovation leader in capped composite decking, railing, cladding, and fencing, announces an exciting partnership with Wolf Home Products. Based in York, Pennsylvania, Wolf Home Products is a national provider of privately sourced and select branded kitchen, bath, and building products. The company maintains multiple distribution centers, has 3500 dealers throughout the United States and Canada, and boasts a 99.5% accuracy rate for service. Wolf Home Products will distribute Fiberon capped composite decking, railing, and cladding throughout the Northeast, mid-Atlantic, and North and South Carolina.

“Wolf Home Products has a remarkable 175-year history in building products and a renowned customer-centric focus on distribution, sales support, and service,” says Christopher Hayn, Fiberon Vice President of Sales. “We foresee tremendous opportunities for both companies within the fastest-growing segment of the wood-alternative decking and railing market.”

“Wolf Home Products is very excited to partner with Fiberon to provide our independent dealers and their contractor and homeowner customers with industry-leading products, programs, and support,” says Craig Danielson, President and CEO of Wolf Home Products.

“Fiberon’s innovative and entrepreneurial spirit combined with Wolf’s commitment to end-to-end execution and support will produce an exciting partnership in 2019 and for years to come,” notes Danielson.

Founded in 1843, Wolf Home Products offers independent dealers a dynamic product mix focused on quality, reliability, and value, all backed by an iron-clad commitment to courteous, consistent service. A standard-bearer for exceptional aesthetics, durability, and eco-friendliness, Fiberon products give homeowners the warmth and beauty of natural wood without all the work. In addition, the North Carolina-based company developed the first multi-chromatic embossed boards, the first stain and fade warranty, and an exclusive five-year labor warranty for contractors.

About Fiberon
Founded in 1997, Fiberon is a leading U.S. manufacturer of wood-alternative decking, railing, cladding, and fencing distributed worldwide. Fiberon products are available in a wide range of styles and price points, all providing the warmth and beauty of natural wood without the costly, time-consuming maintenance. Fiberon products are free of toxic chemicals and contain up to 94% recycled content. Recognized as an “Eco-leader” by Green Builder magazine, Fiberon maintains operations in North Carolina and Idaho. For more information, visit fiberondecking.com and follow Fiberon on FacebookInstagramPinterestTwitter, and YouTube.

Fiberon is part of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (NYSE: FBHS), which creates products and services that help fulfill homeowners’ dreams and make people feel more secure. The Company’s trusted brands include Therma-Tru® Doors, Fiberon®, Master Lock® and Sentry® Safe under the Doors & Security segment; Moen®, Riobel®, ROHL®, Perrin and Rowe®, Shaws® and Victoria + Albert® under the Global Plumbing Group (GPG); and MasterBrand Cabinets®. Fortune Brands holds market leadership positions in all of its segments. Fortune Brands is part of the S&P 500 Index. For more information, please visit www.fbhs.com.

About Wolf Home Products
Wolf Home Products is a global sourcing company built on more than 175 years of experience. They are one of the largest suppliers of Kitchen and Bath cabinetry in the nation, as well as a leading supplier of Outdoor Living and Building Products. Vast inventories and smart logistical solutions combine to provide unmatched product availability and delivery speed. Wolf Home Products conforms to ISO International Standards, instilling customer confidence and guaranteeing a culture of continuous improvement.

MoistureShield® Vision® Decking’s Unique Style Earns Architectural Products Magazine’s Product Innovation Award (PIA)

MoistureShield Vision composite decking has won an Architectural Products Magazine Product Innovation Award (PIA). Vision has a modern variegated appearance that provides a one-of-a-kind, indoor flooring look for decks, porches and other outdoor spaces.

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ATLANTA (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 13, 2018

MoistureShield® Vision®, was recently announced as a winner in Architectural Products Magazine’s Product Innovation Awards (PIA). Vision has a modern variegated appearance that provides a one-of-a-kind, indoor flooring look for decks, porches and other outdoor spaces. MoistureShield is now a brand of Oldcastle APG, with a rich lineage of growing the building industry’s best brands.

“We are honored to have Vision recognized as an innovative product,” said Joey Peters, senior brand manager, Oldcastle APG. “As the next generation of composite decking, Vision makes it possible to have the beauty and design options of indoor flooring but with technology that lets Vision go where other composites cannot –such as directly on the ground or submerged in water.”

Vision’s distinctive, contemporary aesthetic strongly resembles the beauty of interior hardwoods to provide a seamless transition to the outdoor deck. As with all MoistureShield decking, it is made with 95 percent recycled content.

“Building on the success of last year’s program, our eighth edition of the awards proves commercial building manufacturers are committed to, and are working arduously toward, delivering more sustainable products, as well as products that deliver better performance, life and affordability,” said Jim Crockett, editorial director of Architectural Products Magazine.

The product comes in five natural colors: Smokey Gray, Spanish Leather, Sandstone, Cathedral Stone, and Mochaccino. Vision’s Mochaccino and Cathedral Stone colors are also available with the option of MoistureShield’s CoolDeck® technology, which minimizes heat absorption by up to 35% for a more comfortable deck.

The deck boards are available in 12-, 16- and 20-foot lengths with fascia boards in 12-foot lengths. The decking come in non-grooved square shouldered boards and grooved profiles for hidden fasteners. Vision decking is fully protected by a lifetime structural warranty, as well as a limited lifetime fade and stain warranty.

For more information on MoistureShield products, visit MoistureShield.com.

About Composite Decking at Oldcastle APG: 
Oldcastle APG, a CRH company, proudly manufactures MoistureShield composite deck boards and related products serving a range of retail and distribution customers across North America and several international markets. The development of new technologies and patents has enabled Oldcastle to manufacture superior composite products from recycled wood fiber and recycled polyethylene plastic for the building and construction markets.

ENVISION® DECKING CRAFTED IN THE USA; BUILDING A LEGACY OF BEAUTIFYING AMERICA

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ENVISION® DECKING CRAFTED IN THE USA;

BUILDING A LEGACY OF BEAUTIFYING AMERICA

ORLANDO, FLORIDA  January 9, 2018  TAMKO Building Products, Inc.’s Envision® decking is made in the heartland of the USA.  For the past nearly two decades, TAMKO has been producing composite decking at its Midwestern facility in Lamar, Missouri.

“Our Envision decking product is uniquely beautiful and proudly made by our hardworking employees, right here in the USA,” said TAMKO’s Executive Vice President Tim Whelan.

Even American musical artist Darryl Worley, well known for his numerous hit songs, including his latest single, “Lonely Alone”, and those that reached number one on the Country music charts, “I Miss My Friend”, “Have You Forgotten” (a 9/11 tribute ballad) and “Awful, Beautiful Life”, recently chose Envision® to beautify his home in Tennessee.

“I enjoy relaxing outdoors and taking in the view from my back deck,” said Worley. “I chose Envision decking because I wanted a good-looking, low-maintenance product that would give me more time to enjoy those relaxing moments with my family. The fact that it’s an American made product is important to me.”

According to the Alliance for American Manufacturing, “Buying American-made is the most direct way anyone can support American manufacturing and manufacturing jobs”.1

“TAMKO is an American company all the way – heart and soul,” said Whelan. “We’ve been making building products in the USA for more than 70 years. Our company story is one of American entrepreneurialism at its finest.”

Founded in 1944, TAMKO remains headquartered in Joplin, Missouri – where it began. The company now operates multiple manufacturing and warehouse facilities across the USA while remaining wholly owned and operated by its third generation of the founding family’s leadership.

Since entering the composite decking market in 1999, TAMKO’s significant manufacturing experience, dedication to teamwork and unparalleled obsession with quality has made Envision® decking one of the most recognizable brands in the American decking market.

To learn more about this American crafted product, visit TAMKO’s Envision® booth # W3101, January 9-11, at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Florida or go to EnvisionDecking.com to find out where to locate Envision® near you.

Click here to download a photo of Darryl Worley on his Envision deck. 

About TAMKO® Composite Lumber

From decking to railing, TAMKO’s composite lumber offerings provide homeowners with exceptional options to create a beautiful outdoor space where beautiful things happen. These offerings include Envision Distinction®, Envision Inspiration®, Envision Expression®, EverGrain®, Marquee Railing® and TAM- RAIL®. For more information, visit our website at www.EnvisionDecking.com. 

Note to editors and writers – The correct capitalization of the company name is TAMKO, due to the fact that it is an acronym.  The letters stand for Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma – the company’s original trade area when founded in 1944.  TAMKO’s trade area is now all 50 states. 

1Source: http://www.americanmanufacturing.org/issues/issue/made-in-america

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Two Decades of Composite Decking

Two Decades of Composite Decking

Where the industry has been and what’s next

“Plastics.”

That single word was a family friend’s business advice to recent college graduate Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) in the 1967 film “The Graduate.”

If the movie had come out a couple decades later, that one word of advice might have been “composites.”

Market research shows that wood-plastic composites are now one of the fastest growing segments of the North American decking industry, outpacing growth in wood decking by about 11 to 1.

Manufacturers introduced composite building materials made of recycled plastics and wood fiber in the late 1980s. Composite decking followed early in the 90s. By the new millennium, numerous companies were producing composite decking.

Two overarching trends mark the evolution of the composite decking industry over the past 20 plus years: 1) performance and 2) aesthetics.

Performance

With the rapid growth of the composites industry, early on some products came to market that were susceptible to failures – particularly from moisture intrusion. Today, composites’ performance depends to a large degree on how well the individual wood fibers are encased in plastic.

The moisture damage concern has been a key driver of the recent rise of cap-stock composite decking products, in which an outer shell is wrapped around a core.

Moving forward, the next stage in composites’ evolution is boards with caps integrated with the core. Such products hold the promise of enhanced stain resistance, without risk of the cap separating from the core.

Aesthetics

Look side-by-side at composite deck boards from 20 years ago with ones from today, and you’ll notice a marked increase in attractiveness. Composite manufacturers have improved the looks of their deck boards with realistic embossed wood grain patterns, and in some cases with color streaking to mimic the beauty of exotic hardwoods like Tiger Wood.

Even young Mr. Braddock wouldn’t have wanted a “plastic” looking deck. With modern composites, home and building owners can now have the good looks of wood decking with the high performance of wood-plastic composites.

Future aesthetic innovations in composite decking are likely to include an even wider range of colors and textures.

 

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