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Build4Eco, a new e-commerce company based in Lenexa, KS, is now offering a new composite deck product called InnoDeck on its website.

This announcement is timely as global timber prices rise, and as consumers are increasingly expressing interest in “green” building products. According to its official website, InnoDeck™ Decking and Railing products are made by a combination of recycled bamboo fiber and grade-A HDPE plastics. As a result, thousands of tons of wood and plastic have been diverted from landfills and have been “upcycled” into a useful, aesthetically pleasing, and reusable composite decking product. “We are very pleased to offer InnoDeck products in our online store,” said Peter Tosco, marketing manager at Build4Eco. “Not only is InnoDeck 100% recyclable and eco-friendly, it’s very affordable and useful for not only building contractors, but also the do-it-yourself homeowner.”

For the Do-It-Yourself type, InnoDeck™ Deck Tiles provide an easy, cost-effective solution. With a patented snap-together interlocking assembly, InnoDeck™ is extremely easy to install and can be assembled into a variety of patterns. Build4Eco currently offers InnoDeck™ tiles in two slate and four slate patterns, which resemble the look and color of natural wood decking.

“It looks, feels, and even smells like natural timber,” added Mr. Tosco. “And it’s low maintenance, and resistant to warping, cracking, termites, and many other risks associated with using wood. So in the long run, the consumer would save a lot of money using InnoDeck.”

InnoDeck™ products are 100% recyclable and reusable, and thus can be used for both temporary and long-term projects. “Since they’re interlocking tiles, they can be disassembled and reused quite easily. There is no need for these products to ever get tossed into a landfill.”

Build4Eco is the primary online retailer of InnoDeck™ products in the United States. Besides InnoDeck™, Build4Eco also offers marbile and granite tile, granite countertops, and ready-to-assemble cabinetry. Visit their website at http://www.build4eco.com for more information.


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