Feb. 18, 2013
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 recently received code compliance research reports for Clubhouse® Decking (CCRR-0175), Clubhouse® Elite Railing (CCRR-1078) and Clubhouse® Plus Railing (CCRR-0185) from ATI Evaluation Service, a leading product testing service provider.
The reports confirm that Clubhouse Decking and Railing products are in compliance with the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) and the 2012 International Residential Code (IRC) for structural and product performance. The code compliance research report (CCRR) provides the evidence, technical information and professional evaluation that a building official relies upon to determine that a product, component or method of construction complies with a specified code.
"Builders, contractors and homeowners alike seek third-party verification of the durability and stability of decking and railing products before they purchase it or install it," said
, president and CEO of Deceuninck North America. "At Deceuninck North America, we are pleased that Clubhouse Decking, Clubhouse Elite Railing and Clubhouse Plus Railing has attained code compliance."
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.