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DATE:                       November 5, 2012 

CONTACT:             Jim Groff






Nature-inspired colors, scratch-resistant composite technology expand durability and design

 (York, Pa.)WOLF , today announced the expansion of its successful line of PVC Decking with the addition of the Prairie Collection and the Island Collection. WOLF is the largest supplier of kitchen cabinets in the U.S. and a leading provider of building products along the East Coast

The Prairie Collection, a nature-inspired line of PVC decking, features two new deck board colors, Sierra Bronze and Saddle Rock, providing pro dealers with a stylish alternative for homeowners.

Deck boards from the Prairie Collection feature a PVC core with an ASA capstock — a construction that offers strength, durability and extreme weatherability. ASA resin, a highly UV-resistant polymer used in hundreds of products, enables the Prairie Collection’s boards to retain their rich, natural wood-grain colors over years of use.

The Prairie Collection is also compatible with traditional and hidden fastening systems.

The Island Collection, WOLF’s new Composite Decking, delivers the beauty of exotic timbers with the convenience of low maintenance.

The new deck board colors, Ipe, Light Garapa and Mahogany, are made from a high density polyethylene capstock that resists scratches, stains and fading, and includes a patented Strandex® core that resists effects of water & decay in all climates.  The grooved composite boards accept hidden fasteners for easy, uniform installation.

In addition, both the Prairie and Island Collection:

  • Are made in the U.S.
  • Include a 25-year limited warranty
  • Come with WOLF’s next-truck delivery guarantee

In 2010, the company introduced WOLF PVC Decking, and added the Tropical Hardwoods Collection the following year, all of which offer dealers a high-quality product at a value price-point, and demonstrate the economic viability of American-made building products.

Today, WOLF develops products and programs that enable more than 3,000 pro dealers across 19 East Coast states to differentiate themselves from big-box competitors.

For more information on WOLF Decking, visit the WOLF Decking section of the WOLF website. For more information on WOLF, visit www.wolfleader.com.

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About Wolf    WOLF’s roots stretch back to 1843, when company founder Adam Wolf opened a single store selling dry goods and lumber on the banks of the Susquehanna River. Today, the York, Pa.-based company formerly known as Wolf Distributing Company has evolved into WOLF, a nearly $200 million distributor of kitchen and bath cabinetry and building materials to 18 East Coast states. For more information, visit www.wolfleader.com