NewWood is an composite construction material that is a totally green product comprised of 50% wood and 50% polyethylene plastic formed with heat and pressure into panels that are durable, insect-proof and virtually waterproof. NewWood has a wide variety of uses, similar to how plywood or plastic sheeting is used in everything from crating to home building. Because NewWood has a surface that is easy to clean and durable, it is a great substitute for wood materials anywhere it comes in contact with food, animals or humans. So fruit bins, commercial kitchen walls, pallets for food products, and barn or animal enclosures are perfect for NewWood. With a durable surface that has a UV inhibitor, NewWood can be used for exterior sheathing, trim boards and fencing. And for cases like mine, the water and chemical resistant qualities of NewWood makes it a great underlayment in kitchens and baths where leaks are likely. Because NewWood’s surface face is a polyethylene film layer which resists water absorption and the recycled plastic in its core minimizes edge swell and water penetration at exposed edges NewWood swells far less than most all wood products when exposed to water or humidity. And my favorite part of all is that NewWood is a local product made here is Elma, Washington.
NewWood panels are now available in 4' x 8' sheets and are 7/16" thick. The introductory price per sheet is $35. We are offering a $5 off coupon for up to 10 To view a sample of NewWood make sure you swing by the Millwork Outlet. NewWood boasts that because NewWood is durable, sanitary, water resistant, weather resistant, and insect resistant there are over 100 uses for their product. To see a list of all the suggested uses as well as additional information visit their website at www.newwood.com. We would love to hear (in the comments section below) if you have any ideas on how you can use NewWood on your next project.