A lot of builders have been interested in using our product to attract potential home buyers during this current housing recession. They are trying to add a little bit of curb appeal to set themselves apart from their competitors
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Cumming, GA (PRWEB) September 16, 2008
Flower Window Boxes, Inc. is proud to be introducing a new line of product for the 2008 fall season. This product will be in the form of deck planters made from a cellular PVC material that mimics wood in every way, except it will never rot. Unlike a vinyl material, it will also provide the true look of wood with paintable options as well.
Flower Window Boxes is an up and coming online company specializing in custom window boxes that got its start earlier this year as a manufacturer-direct seller. They are based in Cumming, GA and are currently providing custom window boxes in many styles to homeowners, builders, landscapers, architects, and contractors. The advantages to their window boxes are that they will never need replacement and they are available in custom sizes with the look of wood. Their PVC window boxes have even been featured on The Today Show as "the last window boxes you will ever have to buy."
"A lot of builders have been interested in using our product to attract potential home buyers during this current housing recession. They are trying to add a little bit of curb appeal to set themselves apart from their competitors," says owner Matthew Buquoi.
They use a cellular PVC material called Versatex, which can cost up to five times that of wood. To keep costs down for the consumer, they sell direct to make the product competitive and affordable.
"Our expectations are that the deck planters will be a big hit in the country states where open decks and porches are more common. The custom lengths allow us to make our PVC deck planters so that they fit each customers deck or porch perfectly."
Flower Window Boxes is also hoping to launch a complete line of Aluminum window boxes that will be available in many custom sizes as well at manufacturer direct pricing in late September 2008. They will provide the same look as wrought-iron, but without the hassles or maintenance of rusting.