Deceuninck North America's Clubhouse® PVC Decking and Clubhouse Elite Railing Featured on Two Episodes of HGTV's "Income Property" First-Time Homebuyers Choose Clubhouse as a Low-Maintenance Option with Unmatched Quality and Aesthetic Appeal
MONROE, Ohio, May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Deceuninck North America, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality systems for windows, doors, and outdoor living, is pleased to announce that the company's Clubhouse® PVC Decking and Clubhouse Elite Railing was featured on two episodes of HGTV's "Income Property," a Canadian television show that airs in the United States. The show enables first-time homebuyers to remodel part of their home into an apartment, turning real estate into real income.
The episode that aired on March 19 featured a 40-square-foot front porch that was in need of repair. Contractors installed Clubhouse Decking using two colors, Ipe and Walnut, and Elite Railing in Black.
The January 31 episode featured 85 square feet of Clubhouse Decking and Railing in walnut, which was used for the addition of a deck on a rooftop.
"By selecting Clubhouse Decking and Clubhouse Elite Railing, the homeowners featured on these episodes have added high-quality, long-lasting and low-maintenance decking and railing to their homes that will surely add to the home's appeal to perspective future tenants," said Filip Geeraert, president and CEO of Deceuninck. "This also further demonstrates the features and benefits of Deceuninck's decking and railing products and what builders, contractors and homebuyers have come to expect when purchasing or installing them."
Deceuninck North America's Clubhouse Decking is 100-percent PVC and contains no wood or wood fillers. It is formulated to be up to 25-percent lighter than most wood and composites, and its dense cell structure offers superior strength and solid underfoot feel with Deceuninck's Korelite™ technology. Korelite also helps to keep moisture out and helps reduce the opportunity for degradation from mold, mildew, freezing and thawing. SunShield® technology helps protect Clubhouse from the harsh effects of the sun, including UV resistance and fade protection, resistance to cracking and brittleness, and surface degradation. Clubhouse Decking is also 100-percent recyclable and does not require painting or staining. It features a limited lifetime warranty with 25-year fade and stain protection backed by Deceuninck.
Deceuninck's Clubhouse Elite Railing System is engineered to be longer-lasting than painted wood and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty with 25-year fade and stain coverage. It is 100-percent recyclable and the low-maintenance nature of the product means no chemical cleaning, painting or staining is necessary. Available in white, walnut, and black, Elite Railing's low-gloss, low-maintenance finish means that the product never needs to be painted. For extra protection, Deceuninck North America's exclusive SunShield® technology provides time-tested color retention with superior stain, mold and mildew resistance.
Deceuninck® North America, LLC is part of the Deceuninck® Group, an integrated global organization specializing in compounding, tool fabrication, design, development, extrusion, finishing of uPVC window systems and composite applications for the building industry. The company is active in more than 75 countries, has 35 subsidiaries (production and/or sales), and is supported by nearly 3,000 personnel worldwide. In 2012, Deceuninck Group achieved consolidated sales of €556.9 million Euros worldwide (approximately $720 million USD). Deceuninck® North America encompasses fully-integrated design, compounding, tooling, extrusion and quality assurance disciplines for the production of vinyl window and door systems and composite applications for the building industry at its corporate headquarters in Monroe, Ohio. For more information, please visit www.deceuninck-americas.com.
Jeff Donaldson for Deceuninck North America
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