TimberTech decking offers a beautiful alternative decking that is both durable and low maintenance. This decking material is composed of 12% post-consumer recycled plastic and 100% pre-consumer wood flour recycled from the woodworking industry.
TimberTech composite decking contains 12% post-consumer recycled plastic. The wood flour used is 100% pre-consumer recycled material from the woodworking industry. Offering a wide variety of decking and railing options, TimberTech offers online tools to help you design your dream deck.
EverGrain is a composite decking material made form recycled plastics and wood fibers, containing over 50% recycled materials. This decking requires no painting or staining and is durable and low maintenance.
Fly ash, a by-product created by burning coal, can be used as a supplement to, and a partial replacement of, portland cement in concrete thereby reducing disposal requirements, energy consumption and pollution.
Green flooring choices generally do not require any changes to the home's design. You simply substitute the better, more durable, environmentally efficient material for the conventional material during your installation process.
Green wall systems are energy efficient, environmentally sound, and minimize usage of natural resources. There are many alternatives to traditional stick framing that create healthier buildings which provide a comfortable environment as well as cost savings.
Recycled plastic and wood composite lumber have become a common replacment for redwood, cedar and treated lumber in many external applications. These materials do not require treatment which can be environmentally harmful, and hold up well to water, sun, insects and salt air.
Copper chromated arsenate, or CCA. was the most common wood preservation treament encountered for residential applications until its use was determined to cause a wide range of adverse health effects. Download this document to learn about two alternatives for safe wood preservation, Copper Azole, or C-A, and Alkaline Copper Quartenary, or ACQ.