MAUMEE, OHIO—Fiberon, a leader in wood-alternative cladding, announced that its Wildwood PE composite cladding was featured as one of Green Builder’s Top 50 Sustainable Products of the Year. Green Builder is the leading voice in sustainable construction, and products included on the Top 50 list represent today’s most innovative products that make buildings more resilient, intelligent, efficient, healthy, and safe.
Wildwood PE composite cladding is made from 94 percent mixed recycled wood fiber and plastic content destined for landfills and incinerators. It is perfect for architects who want a long-lasting, maintenance-free, sustainable alternative to traditional wood cladding, offering a solution for projects that require the beauty of wood with long-term warranted performance.
“Sustainability has always been important to Fiberon as a company, and we continuously look for ways to be better stewards of the environment,” said Mark Ayers, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product Development for Fiberon. “This award validates the commitment we have made to producing beautiful, high-performing building products that we can all be proud of. We look forward to continuing to provide sustainably produced products for many years to come.”
Wildwood features an open-joint profile and is available in a variety of board lengths and widths for added design flexibility. It also features a durable composite core that ensures exceptional resistance to rotting, cracking, insects, and decay. It will cut and install like real wood without the hassle and does not require the same staining and painting maintenance that wood requires.
Wildwood is available in two nature-inspired collections that feature rich colors, realistic textures and the organic warmth and beauty of real wood.
For more information on Wildwood composite cladding, visit fiberoncladding.com.