Springdale, AR (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
Watch for MoistureShield® composite decking on the THIS OLD HOUSE® television program airing this fall. For its 34th national season, the show's experts refurbish several homes on the Jersey Shore damaged by Superstorm Sandy in the fall of 2012. The Santos family's 1950s Colonial home in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, receives a replacement for its devastated wood deck, using beautiful, long-lasting and environmentally friendly decking from the MoistureShield Vantage Collection, in Walnut color. See the deck rebuild in episode #3307, November 14 on PBS stations across the U.S.
MoistureShield decking is an ideal choice for coastal and lakefront homes, and in other regions with high precipitation or humidity. A patented manufacturing process ensures all wood fibers are fully encapsulated in water-resistance polyethylene plastic. As a result, MoistureShield decking is anticipated to last decades longer than traditional wood decking.
“We were very excited to be able to help this family that lost so much to Sandy,” said Brent Gwatney, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for MoistureShield. “As someone who has had a personal experience with devastating hurricanes, I know how incredible it can feel to have a helping hand to get your life back on track after such a traumatic event.”
MoistureShield composite decking and railing is available in eight attractive colors and with realistic embossed wood grain patterns. With 95% total recycled content, MoistureShield is also an environmentally responsible choice, helping prevent discarded plastics from going to landfills.
To find a PBS station and air date for THIS OLD HOUSE in your area, check http://www.thisoldhouse.com/tvschedule. Viewers can also watch full episodes online after they premier, by visiting http://www.thisoldhouse.com/watchTOH.
For more information on MoistureShield products, visit http://www.moistureshield.com. Follow MoistureShield on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Houzz for deck design inspiration and outdoor living ideas.
About Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies (A.E.R.T.):
Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies, Inc., (A.E.R.T.) is a microcap, entrepreneurial, publicly held manufacturing company. The development of new technologies and patents has enabled it to produce superior new products from recycled wood fiber and recycled polyethylene plastic for the building and construction markets. A.E.R.T. is the exclusive manufacturer of MoistureShield® composite decking and MoistureShield® trim and moulding. http://www.moistureshield.com