Amy Lewis, email@example.com, 651.450.9222
Julie Goetz, firstname.lastname@example.org, 952.452.3663
PERENNIAL WOOD SPECIFIERS’ BINDER NOW AVAILABLE
KINGSPORT, Tenn., Dec. 11, 2012—Architects and designers have a new resource available to them for specifying Perennial Wood™ decking and porch flooring: the Perennial Wood Specifiers’ Binder.
The Specifiers’ Binder has many of the resources architect and designers need to incorporate Perennial Wood into their projects, including product background, case studies of Perennial Wood in use, .DWG files and 3-part specs to plug directly into specification documents, and warranty and installation information. The binder also includes its contents in digital form on a USB drive. To request the full binder, e-mailinfo@PerennialWood.com. The binder’s contents, as well as the binder in its entirety, are also available at PerennialWood.com.
Another resource Perennial Wood offers to trade and design professionals is the CEU course Wood Acetylation: a Non-toxic Path to Preserving Wood. This course is eligible for 1 LU AIA/CES and is offered through Hanley Wood University or via live Lunch-and-Learn presentations in the New England and South Atlantic regions. Firms interested in hosting the course can contact info@PerennialWood.com.
Made possible through TruLast™ Technology, a proprietary process from Eastman Chemical Company, Perennial Wood is real wood made to endure. TruLast Technology permanently modifies the wood, providing a physical barrier throughout that’s warranted to protect against rot, decay and movement for 25 years. It is three times more stable than unmodified wood, resulting in less shrinking and swelling that cause bowing, cupping and warping without sacrificing the beauty of real wood. Perennial Wood decking and porch flooring are available at select building materials retailers in New England. For locations, visit http://www.perennialwood.com/
Perennial Wood is manufactured by Eastman Chemical Company, a global company with more than 80 years of history in acetylating wood pulp and 2011 pro forma combined revenues, giving effect to the Solutia acquisition, of approximately $9.3 billion. Headquartered in Kingsport, Tenn., Eastman is committed to finding sustainable business opportunities within the diverse markets and geographies it serves. For more information on Perennial Wood, visit PerennialWood.com or call 800.530.7495.