FSC® Products Available
HDG Building Materials can provide FSC certified products. FSC certification ensures that products come from well-managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.
Choose from HDG Exterior Bamboo, Genuine Mahogany, Ipe Hardwood, Thermally Modified Ash, or 100% non-wood Resysta Rice Hull Composite for decking and siding applications. These premium materials are resilient, rugged, attractive, and offer a long service life with little need for maintenance. Each of these materials has a sustainability story that is unique. FSC® products are available for ipe and mahogany.
HDG Exterior Bamboo is a natural and sustainable alternative to tropical hardwood. It is beautiful, durable and engineered for easy handling and installation. HDG Exterior Bamboo is mainly used for outdoor decking, wall cladding, rainscreen, and privacy fencing.
This innovative composite material made mostly of rice hull is workable like wood, but has many benefits over wood. Use this 100% non-wood composite for decking, siding, rainscreen applications, and in resort pool and marine environments.
This beautiful hardwood is the most durable decking material available. It is resistant to scratches, dents, and problems related to moisture and insects. Even left untreated ipe hardwood decking will last decades.
HDG sources legal and renewable Fijian Mahogany to provide beautiful sustainable hardwood to architects, designers, and builders. Genuine Mahogany is prized all over the world for its durability and beauty.
HDG is proud to include Thermory® Thermally Modified Ash among its durable, eco-friendly wood products. Thermal modification gives wood a beautiful rich color and aesthetic appeal. It makes wood more durable, stable, and resistant to the environment, while retaining the warmth of real wood.
Kebony decking and cladding products are sourced from FSC® – Certified forests. The sustainable wood undergoes transformation to improve durability, dimensional stability, and to make it stronger and more resistant to biological decay and harsh weather conditions. Kebony wood naturally grays like Ipé and other Brazilian hardwoods.
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