porch flooring that endures.

A porch does so much more than connect an entrance to a home. It connects generations.

That’s why it’s important to choose porch flooring that endures. And it’s why contractors, architects, and do-it-yourselfers alike should ask for Perennial Wood.

A WELCOME INNOVATION
Porches are places where families relax together. They connect communities to that slice of Americana where we wave to those who pass by and welcome all who stop. A porch also connects us to outdoors and nature. Unconfined by walls, we linger on porches to enjoy their shade, a breeze, and the sounds of our neighborhoods.

STEP UP TO PERFORMANCE
Perennial Wood is real wood—made better. Our proprietary acetylation process, TruLast™ Technology, permanently transforms wood throughout at the molecular level. As a result, Perennial Wood is wood at its best—even when nature isn’t.

Because of TruLast Technology, Perennial Wood remains dimensionally stable, resulting in a product that stays straight and smooth. Compared to unmodified wood, Perennial Wood is three times more resistant to shrinking and swelling than unmodified wood without compromising its natural appearance.

FLAT OUT LASTING POWER
Modified to be resistant to shrinking and swelling, Perennial Wood porch flooring will look and perform great for years to come. And that makes for a great bottom line.

THE ADDITION OF SUSTAINABILITY
Perennial Wood is harvested and made in the U.S.A.—eliminating the need for shipping wood from offshore sources and thereby lessening the environmental impact. Our wood is modified with heat, pressure, and an organic compound that leaves behind no toxic substances within the wood. And because Perennial Wood is made to last longer than unmodified wood, it needs to be replaced less often, resulting in less material disposal over the long term.

 

 



Porch Flooring PRODUCTS

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WHY PERENNIAL WOOD?

  • Harvested and made in the U.S.A.
  • Three times more stable than unmodified wood, minimizing warping, bowing, and cupping
  • 25% more surface hardness than raw wood
  • Workability and machinability with standard woodworking tools

 



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