Weyerhaeuser Distribution Adds Fiberon® Decking to its Houston and Phoenix Facilities

Fiberon Decking

The eco-friendly composite decking and railing manufacturer offers good, better, and best product lines

SEATTLEMarch 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Weyerhaeuser Distribution now stocks Fiberon decking and railing products at its distribution centers in Houston, Texas and Phoenix, Arizona. Fiberon is a leading U.S. manufacturer of high-performing, low-maintenance composite decking, railing, cladding, and fencing. Weyerhaeuser’s Houston location will carry the full-line of Fiberon decking and Symmetry railing products and the Phoenix location will carry ProTect Advantage and the Good Life decking product line.

  • Good Life Decking – Features a protective surface on three sides and a price point closer to wood.
  • ProTect Advantage® Decking – Offers a premium hardwood look, patented PermaTech® surface on three sides, and three multi-tonal colors.
  • Horizon® Decking – Features dramatic streaking (much like exotic hardwoods), four-sided PermaTech cap layer, and four colors.
  • Symmetry® Decking – Has an elegant matte finish, subtle multi-tonal streaking, four-sided PermaTech cap layer, and four rich, natural colors.
  • Paramount® PVC Decking – Is ideal for waterside use, lightweight and easy to handle, and highly slip-resistant, wet or dry. It is offered in three multi-tonal colors and one solid shade.

Also available in HoustonFiberon Symmetry Railing has a classic, sculpted profile, durable composite constructions, reinforced top rail for added sturdiness, and two versatile color choices.

In Phoenix, Weyerhaeuser will stock Fiberon Good Life Decking and ProTect Advantage Decking. Recognized as a smart wood alternative for customers seeking a durable, entry-level capped composite deck board, Good Life Decking is available in two colors: Cabin (a classic brown) and Cottage (a soft gray). The all-around performer, ProTect Advantage, displays the multi-tonal streaking of premium hardwoods, without the maintenance of wood.

All Fiberon Decking is available in square edge and grooved profiles and is designed to resist staining, fading, insects, rot, and decay.

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“We’re excited to welcome Fiberon to the Houston and Phoenix markets broadening our composite deck board and railings offering,” said David Helmers, vice president of Weyerhaeuser Distribution. “It complements our existing specialty building product portfolio and brings added value to our customers.”

Fiberon decking is available in colors ranging from tans to grays to all shades of brown. 25-year limited stain and fade and performance warranties are available on all lines except Paramount PVC, which comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

“We are pleased to be working with Weyerhaeuser to grow the composite decking and railing business in these two markets,” says Doug Mancosh, CEO, Fiberon. “We are committed to providing products that meet customers’ needs while demonstrating our commitment to promoting sustainable, eco-friendly and affordable products.”

For more details on Fiberon composite decking and railing, visit www.fiberondecking.com.  For more information on Weyerhaeuser Distribution, visit www.weyerhaeuser.com/distribution.

About Weyerhaeuser
Weyerhaeuser, one of the world’s largest forest products companies, began operations in 1900. The company’s wood products business offers leading structural frame materials and OSB products, software, and technical support for residential, multi-family, and light commercial construction under the Weyerhaeuser and Trus Joist® brand names. Weyerhaeuser is also one of the largest building products distributors in the U.S., offering products through more than 300 suppliers. Weyerhaeuser manages its timberlands on a sustainable basis in compliance with internationally recognized forestry standards, and all of the company’s structural wood products are certified to the SFI® standard. In 2017, Weyerhaeuser generated approximately $7.2 billion in net sales and employed approximately 10,400 people who serve customers worldwide. www.weyerhaeuser.com/distribution

About Fiberon
Founded in 1997, Fiberon is a leading U.S. manufacturer of wood-alternative decking, railing, 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 all the expensive, time-consuming maintenance. Fiberon products are free of toxic chemicals and contain up to 94% recycled content. Recognized as a “2015 Eco-leader” by Green Builder magazine, Fiberon is privately owned and maintains operations in North Carolina and Idaho. For more information, visit fiberondecking.com and follow Fiberon on FacebookPinterestTwitter, and YouTube.


NADRA Atlanta Chapter Meeting Aug.19.2014 / 5:30pm

Our next Chapter meeting will be held next Tuesday, August 19th at 5:30pm. Please register for the meeting by clicking HERE. A special thank you to Mark Barbour from Weyerhaeuser for sponsoring this meeting!

I am looking forward to our next chapter meeting. This summer has been a very busy one for all of our members. I appreciate everyone taking the time out of their busy schedules so we can unite as an industry and learn about new products that Weyerhaeuser has to offer, some great photo and staging tips from Jan Stittleburg @ JSPhotoFX.com, and we will quickly go over chapter business. As you all recall we did not do any chapter business at our very well attended Table Top Event . I look forward to sharing the evening with my fellow NADRA members and thank you each of for focusing on bringing guests.


* Please bring cash or check to pay at the door. ($10 / NADRA Members – $15 / Non-Members – First-time guests! get in at no charge) 


James Gunning

Atlanta Chapter President

PS: Here is a photo of all of our past presidents taken at our last chapter meeting!

We hope to have a great attendance! Looking forward to seeing everyone!!!

Please click HERE to register


James Gunning, Atlanta Chapter President
& Your NADRA Atlanta Board of Directors