Timber! Kebony Updates and Expands Cladding and Decking Line

If you’ve been following the building products industry in recent years, you’ve likely heard of the sustainable timber product Kebony. Among some of the high-profile projects this wood has graced are the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park in Queens, New York (by Thomas Balsley Associates and Weiss/Manfredi), and LeFrak Center, Prospect Park in Brooklyn (by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects). Now the Norwegian creator of the innovative material is launching the next-generation Kebony Clear decking and cladding products for the North American market — as well as new formats. For those needing a refresher, Kebony is composed of sustainable softwood that has been treated with a bio-based liquid to modify its cellular structure, ultimately giving it the stability, performance and appearance of tropical hardwoods. Expressly developed for outdoor applications, the handsome Kebony Clear line sports a clear finish and starts out with a deep rich brown color that, from weathering and sun exposure, will develop a natural grayish patina. The next-generation version of Kebony Clear uses a slightly improved formula but offers the same performance attributes and naturally occurring character over time. New RAP ...
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