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Fiberon's new Sensibuilt features a new coating for exceptional stain, scratch, fade and mold resistance. Your homeowners won't have to worry about maintenance, either. The recycled PVC boards are Class-A fire rated and resist moisture and impact. The infrared and heat-reflective surface is impermeable and cooler, too. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23720-257.
Released last year, TimberTech's XLM decking planks feature new colors. The Desert Bronze planks closely emulate the pattern and color of a tropical ipè hardwood. The planks are made from an advanced low-maintenance polymer that uses a proprietary blend of mineral enhancements for structural integrity. The grooved planks work with the company's stainless steel hidden fasteners. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23720-258.
Using an I-rail design for both top and bottom rails and exclusive bracket design, CertainTeed's vinyl Edgewood railings look like wood and are easy to install. The system's durable precision-fit components do not require pre-drilling for installation. For long-lasting security, the brackets come complete with corrosion-resistant stainless steel screws with trim covers. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23720-256.