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AZEK Building Products and OrePac Building Products Form Distribution Partnership For Denver and Salt Lake Regions

SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AZEK Building Products today announced its signing of a distribution agreement with OrePac Building Products, a building materials wholesaler serving the West and Pacific Northwest.   Under the agreement, OrePac's Denver, CO, and Salt Lake City, UT, branches will offer the full line of premium, exterior AZEK® products.  OrePac's Denver branch covers Colorado, Eastern Wyoming, Northern New Mexico and the Scottsbluff area of Nebraska, while the Salt Lake City branch covers Utah, Southwestern Wyoming, Eastern Nevada and Southeastern Idaho.

OrePac has been serving the needs of retail lumber yards, home centers, door shops, manufactured home plants and export customers since 1977.  AZEK Building Products is dedicated to manufacturing premium, exterior building products including AZEK Trim, the leading brand of low-maintenance trim; AZEK Mouldings; AZEK Deck, the leading brand of low-maintenance decking; AZEK Porch; and AZEK Rail.  AZEK also recently introduced AZEK VAST Pavers, a line of easy to install pavers with up to 95% recycled content. 

According to Scott Kassahn, Regional Vice President, OrePac, "We are very pleased to offer our customers the full line of low-maintenance AZEK products in our Denver and Salt Lake regions. The company's widely recognized brand and industry-leading innovations provide the perfect complement to our existing product lines." Jeff Williams, OrePac's Regional Manager--Colorado & Utah, agrees, adding, "In these regions, we are dealing with the full range of weather extremes, from very hot to very cold.  AZEK products, with warranties against rotting or deteriorating, offer homeowners great looking and highly durable exterior options."

"AZEK Building Products has enjoyed tremendous growth with an ever expanding product line," said Jim Gross, VP-Sales, AZEK Building Products. "We look forward to having OrePac on board to help achieve our sales goals in 2013 and beyond."

About AZEK Building Products:

With more than 25 years of cellular pvc manufacturing experience, AZEK Building Products makes and markets premium, low maintenance exterior building products under the AZEK Brand such as AZEK Deck, the leading brand of low-maintenance decking, and AZEK Trim, the leading brand of low-maintenance trim. Other AZEK products include AZEK Mouldings, AZEK Porch, and AZEK Rail. All of these products offer tangible benefits as an ideal wood replacement product for a myriad of outdoor uses. For more information about AZEK Building Products, call 1-877-ASK-AZEK (275-2935) or visit the AZEK website at www.azek.com.

About OrePac:

In addition to stocking quality lumber, millwork and building products, OREPAC is committed to the best customer service in the industry and the highest quality products available. Our service offering includes: fully equipped, state of the art door and window assembly shops, dealer product training and development, UPC codes on most products, co-op advertising, in-store merchandising, and customized delivery service.  Visit www.orepac.com for more information.

SOURCE AZEK Building Products

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