Poly-Wood introduces boxed kits of plastic lumber for DIY market

Sustainable lumber now available in pre-packaged kits

 

Poly-Wood Lumber Division announces the introduction of a line of conveniently packaged kits of its outdoor durable plastic lumber to be marketed to the Do-It-Yourself category.

Available for residential or commercial projects, the Poly-Wood kits are being made available in multiple board size and color options, according to a company statement. All kits are packaged to meet parcel post shipping requirements.

POLYWOOD-Lumber_w.jpg"We have found that the sustainability features of POLY-WOOD lumber are a fit for DIY buyers," said Tim Pletcher, sales, Poly-Wood Lumber Division. "With the introduction of our kits, we are able to respond to this buying group with a product that includes our high quality, environmentally friendly wood in a convenient packaged manner."

To be marketed for prototypes or small project uses, the Poly-Wood lumber features heavy duty durable grade High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and dimensional consistency that meets the requirements for numerous industries and applications including marine installations.

The Poly-Wood lumber kit introductions are being made available in two bundled sizes including four 6-foot boards or sevent 4-foot boards. Color options for the HDPE boards within the kits are teak or white.

For more information about Poly-Wood and its plastic lumber, visit www.polywoodlumber.com.

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