Composite/Wood Deck Buyers Be Careful- Eastman Drops Perennial Wood Decking Line

If you are thinking about buying Perennial wood, you may want to stop and rethink that. The company just announced that they are halting production of the product. 

Once it's gone, it's gone and if something happens to pieces of your deck, you won't be able to find a match…
From Fine Homebuilding Magazine comes this article….

Eastman Drops Perennial Wood Decking Line

comments (0)February 27th, 2014 in Blogs





ScottGScott Gibson, contributing writer

The Eastman Chemical Co. is throwing in the towel on Perennial Wood, a line of outdoor wood products preserved through acetylation rather than pressure treatment with more familiar copper-rich chemical formulations and has been distributed in the Northeast and South Atlantic regions.

The Kingsport, Tenn., company introduced Perennial Wood just two years ago at the 2012 International Builders' Show. Eastman announced at the end of January that it would discontinue the product line, leaving the acetylated-lumber business in the U.S. solely to Accoya.

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