Friday, December 9, 2022
Nova USA Wood Products recently announced the addition of several exotic wood products and species to its existing line of tropical hardwood decking and siding products at the 2022 Traders Market held in Phoenix, Arizona.
The new entries include classically beautiful and stylish products like Rhino Wood decking and siding from South Africa, Bamboo decking and siding from China, and a range of reclaimed marine timbers, which can be resawn and used in a wide range of applications including interior, exterior, and industrial projects.
“Focused on the lumber industry, the Traders Market is perfect for gaining valuable insights into the latest industry trends, happenings and market needs,” said Steve Getsiv, president and CEO of Nova USA Wood Products Inc.
“The new introductions to our premium hardwood product line were specifically designed to fill the void for expensive, hard-to-obtain wood species with extremely beautiful, durable and cost-effective products that will last for years, if not decades, under the most intense environmental situations.”
Rhino Wood was a big hit at the show. A thermally-modified, plantation-grown Radiata Pine that’s wax impregnated, Rhino Wood offers high-density, low-maintenance and extremely stable characteristics that will age into a magnificent sliver-grey colour over time if left unfinished.
As a result, Rhino Wood is a perfect sustainable alternative for hardwoods like Ipe. That’s because it performs exceptionally well in demanding climates that have extreme temperature and humidity swings as well as close-to-the-ground, exterior applications that include the building of decking, siding, soffits and pergolas.
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