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.

Research Store

Web Directory Search
Search for Products/Companies

Featured Video

  • Casual Friday: Furnitureland South's expanding outdoor showroom

    Camera Icon More Videos

Subscribe to
Casual Living eWeekly
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.

Exterior Design

Exterior Design Fall 2017

A new season means a fresh look at outdoor luxury in the fall issue of Exterior Design. From the Hollywood Hills to the penthouses of New York, we explore the most opulent outdoor spaces, products and designs. The Fifth Room has arrived in high style, and you don't want to miss it! See the latest issue!

November Digital Edition

NovemberDigitalIssue

Don't miss the November digital edition of Casual Living! In this month’s issue, we look to the future of retail with a spotlight on technology. Assistant Editor Alex Milstein breaks down the basics of artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) and how they’re changing the furniture shopping experience. We also explain how building engagement on social media channels can boost business for retailers. 

Universe Study

You’ve waited two years, and it’s finally here! Casual Living’s biennial Universe Study offers a comprehensive snapshot of the outdoor category, highlighting its growth across all segments from furnishings to shade to grills.

Also in This Issue:

• Designer Viewpoint: A Beverly Hills backyard gets a glam makeover, thanks to renowned designer Christopher Grubb.

• Market Report: Our editors give you the inside scoop on all the new outdoor introductions at the High Point Market. Can you say Cobonpue?

• Casual Insights: Kathy Wall of The Media Matters offers insight on refreshing your brand.

 

November Digital Edition