NEW LONDON, NV -- Beginning this month, Fiberon®, a leading manufacturer of PVC and composite decking, railing and fencing products, announces availability of its exclusive Fiberon HomeSelect railing brand at home-improvement retailer, Lowe's. The Fiberon HomeSelect railing lines are available to do-it-yourself customers and contractors in more than 1,500 Lowe's stores nationwide.
HomeSelect railings are made from high-quality composite materials, with a permanent finish, superior moisture and stain resistance, and UV protection. All HomeSelect railing products are backed by a 20-year limited performance warranty. Five unique top-rail profiles are available at Lowe's, including offerings of realistic wood grains and colors, and composite and metal baluster options:
Natural: New, beautiful, rich, permanent wood grain colors and grains that rival mahogany, cedar and redwood in a flat top rail design. Keeps its rich colors for decades, without graying out like wood.
--Classic: New, elegant, sculpted look.
--Deluxe: Fiberon's popular, decorative profile.
--Traditional: Smooth and flat like traditional wood, a drink-friendly option for a deck meant to entertain.
--Sentry: A new flat, beveled top-rail design.
"Lowe's is a trusted leader, a place where customers go to find great products and great value," said Doug Mancosh, president of Fiberon. "By offering the full line of Fiberon HomeSelect railings, Lowe's contractors and do-it-yourself customers will have access to the industry's most beautiful, durable and well-built composite railings."
From April through July, homeowners can enter the "Ask for Fiberon" promotion, with one homeowner each month winning Fiberon decking and railing products with a retail value of $5,000.
Fiberon is a leading manufacturer of PVC and composite decking, railing and fencing products used in homes and light commercial construction across North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Through extensive product development and leading-edge, American-based manufacturing capabilities, Fiberon created the benchmark for innovative, alternative outdoor living products. The company, a sponsoring member of the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA), is also a leader in sustainable practices, including an innovative manufacturing process that captures 98.5% of waste materials, and utilization of local sources of recycled content, diverting 40,000 tons of wood and plastic from landfills. Fiberon was founded in 1997 and is privately owned with operations in North Carolina and Idaho. For more information, visit www.fiberondecking.com.