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Living your best life outdoors means having a space that’s durable, low maintenance, and suits your style. TimberTech brings you all three—and more.
With the most realistic wood looks on the market, our decking endures year after year without fading, staining, splintering, peeling, cracking, or rotting. And with over 20 finish options across nine collections, you’re sure to find the wood look that’s right for your home.
MoistureShield offers the only wood composite deck board that can be installed in the ground, on the ground and underwater. That’s because every MoistureShield deck board is equipped with our proprietary Solid Core.
Their innovation creates an impermeable barrier that fights against damage from moisture, rot, insects, and other harmful elements — all day, every day.
During their 25 years in the remodeling industry, there can be no argument about this: James Hardie siding and trim protects homes from the elements, and it looks beautiful on all homes.
Siding is exposed to Mother Nature all day, every day, for years. Weather, water, time, fire and pests - all can lead to trouble. That’s why James Hardie’s hardworking products are engineered to stand up beautifully, whatever the elements.
Unlike standard shingles which prematurely become brittle, crack, and lose granules, Malarkey shingles are made of Rubberized Asphalt for superior all-weather resilience,
Upcycled Rubber & Plastics to reduce landfill waste, and Smog-Reducing Granules that help clean the air. Better performance, and better for the environment – that’s a Malarkey shingle!
Marvin is driven to imagine and create better ways of living. As people spend more time indoors, we recognize that our work isn't just about building better windows and doors–it's about opening new possibilities for how people live, work, and play inside a Marvin space.
Since the day they opened their doors in 1912, as a family-owned and operated cedar and lumber company, they've looked for ways to help people live happier and healthier lives.