Forest harvesting is necessary to achieve the look of real wood. Trees are essential for our survival. They are also essential for our children and grandchildren. Composite products are becoming more popular among contractors and homeowners. They offer the same great looks as organic wood but without destroying a single tree. NEVER.
Composite wood is good news for the planet and good for us all.
High-quality composite wood-grained products made from recycled plastics and fibers.
Companies like Nortwood use tons of high-density, recycled plastics, and wood fibers each year to make planking, home siding, flooring tiles, and eye-catching planters.
Composite is a combination of existing materials to create new products that help us all live a cleaner and brighter future.
Composite wood looks just like real wood. Composite wood products are made from recycled waste and use the most modern manufacturing technology. They look just like wood. What’s the best thing? Your siding project did not harm any trees.
Composite wood does not release toxic chemicals or asbestos into the atmosphere.
Many outdoor living spaces and decks are made of soft Southern pine, which has been extensively treated and infused with wood preservatives such as chromate copper arsenic or CCA.
Although CCA was eliminated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2003, there is still a lot of pressure-treated wood that contains CCA. This includes children’s playsets and outdoor decking as well as railings and other structures made with pressure-treated lumber.
High-quality composite wood-grain products have a protective coating that prevents harmful chemicals from entering the air we inhale as we dine on new decks.
Composite decks do not require toxic or harsh stains or sealants. Wood decking, siding, fencing, and other wood surfaces exposed to the elements over the years will need constant maintenance. These surfaces include exterior paints and harsh stains.
These toxins can slowly leech from organic wood and make their way into our homes, water tables, and drinking water.
You can expect to use a variety of toxic substances over the life of a wood deck. Some of these toxins will find their way into your home and water supply.
Composite wood-grained products reduce maintenance costs and keep our environment cleaner, safer, and more sustainable – just one gallon of stain at a time.
When a natural, wood-grained wood-grained composite is no longer in use, it can be ground up again and recycled.
Your composite materials can also be used to make park benches or artificial turf for your local football team.
Composite wood is smarter than ever. It also eliminates toxic stains, sealants and can be ground up decades later and made into something that your great-grandkids and great-great-grandchildren will love.
All of us have the responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint by using recycled materials that can easily be reused over and over again over the years.