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NewTechWood - Railing

NewTechWood delivers a simple, clean railing design to complete your new deck.

Naturale™ technology assures long-lasting durability under the most demanding conditions.

Choose railing in Roman Antique, Peruvian Teak, Brazilian Ipe or Westminster Gray - only from NewTechWood.

All NewTechWood products assure reliable color consistency across the entire project.

Installation is quick, easy, and done with a patent-pending bracket system.

NewTechWood adds a level of security to your deck, porch or any elevated structure.  Built to last.  Built for security.


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  • Why do I need Composite Deck Railing?



    Composite railing, a blend of recycled plastic and wood fibers, is known for its exceptional strength, durability and beauty. More and more homeowners these days are choosing composite railing over traditional wood railing for its low-maintenance benefits. Composite railing doesn’t rot, warp, twist, or crack and it never needs to be stained, sanded or painted. It’s also an excellent choice for the environment, as it’s 100 percent recyclable and no harmful chemicals are required to treat or maintain it. 



    In this guide, we’ll go over reasons to install composite deck railing and address some frequently asked questions related to its code, installation and various other topics. 

    There are several reasons why composite deck railing is an excellent idea for your deck:


      

    • More finished appearance: A deck railing, especially NewTechWood composite deck railing in your choice of colors to match your deck, looks great. It gives your deck a more finished, upscale look you are sure to love. 
    • Stain-resistant: Due to the protection offered by our UltraShield coating, substances like coffee, wine, vegetable oil or soy sauce won’t stain the railing. If you make a mess, you can easily wipe it off the surface because the shield will never absorb the liquid. Stain resistance makes UltraShield extremely easy to clean and maintain. 
    • No Splitting:
      The impermeable layer provided by the shield also means that the boards won’t split. UltraShield has a longer life expectancy than uncapped composites. 

    • No Mold: The shield also prevents mildew and mold from eating away at the board. Mold can still grow on the board’s surface if there’s standing water. You can remove the mold easily using a broom or hose because it’s growing on the water, not the board itself.

    • Fade-resistance: The shield’s unique formulation guarantees that our products will retain their color for longer than conventional composite products. We have conducted many tests on our products and have found that only very minor color changes occur over many years.

Specifiche tecniche
  • Rif. Uniconewtechwood-Railing
  • Famiglia di prodottoUltraShield® Naturale™
  • Gruppo di famigliaRailing
  • TipoOggetto (oggetto singolo)
  • Data di pubblicazione2021-10-21
  • Numero di versione1
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  • Materiale principaleComposite
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  • Categoria BIMobjectEdilizia - Parapetti e ringhiere

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