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Woodland Deck Company Adds Two New Trex(R) Products After Earning Trex(R) Pro Platinum Certification

AKRON, OH -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- Akron, Ohio building company Woodland Deck announced today that they have earned the Trex® Pro Platinum level certification from the wood alternative building products giant. The Pro Platinum certification from Trex® is the highest such level offered under the Trex®Pro deck builder program. Woodland Deck has been building outdoor structures such as decks and pergolas since their inception in 2000.

Company President Steve Stelkic noted the distinction achieved by Woodland Deck saying, "Woodland Deck Company is now recognized as a highly trusted builder-partner with one of the leading manufacturers of wood-alternative products in the business. Mr. Stelkic also made mention of the part that Woodland's prolific Trex® project portfolio, craftsmanship and customer satisfaction played in the company moving from Gold to Platinum Trex® Pro builder status.

"We couldn't be more proud of our entire company and the members of our team, all of whom share in the honor of Woodland Deck achieving the status of Trex® Pro Platinum builder. This distinction lets our customers know that we are part of a group of elite Trex® product deck builders in the U.S.," said Stelkic.

Trex® certified builders are eligible to apply for Trex® Pro level status but not all of these firms advance to Trex® Pro Gold and Trex® Pro Platinum certifications. The certification is based on customer satisfaction and building history. Along with Trex® Pro builder status comes many benefits including Trex® customer referrals, marketing materials, images and logos from Trex® for use on company websites and hard copy collateral, installation tools, literature and videos and training CD demonstrations.

The Woodland Deck Company is a highly experienced Summit county deck builder. Their team regularly attends construction seminars and workshops across the United States in order to stay current with market and building trends. Following their elevation to Pro Platinum status Woodland Deck added the Trex® reveal railing system and Trex® composite decking in Tiki Torch color, rounding out a full portfolio of some of the most highly demanded outdoor deck and railing materials in Northeast Ohio.

About Trex®: Trex® Company is America's largest builder of wood-alternative, low-maintenance decking and railing products, marketed under the brand name Trex®. Trex® was formed in 1996 through the buyout of a division of Mobil Corporation. They went public in 1999. The company headquarters is located in Winchester, Virginia and their manufacturing facilities are located in Fernley, Nevada and Winchester, Virginia.

About The Woodland Deck Company: Woodland Deck Company is one of the premier custom deck, arbor and pergola builders in Northeast Ohio. They have earned a rock-solid reputation for building fine-quality decks, arbors, pergolas, sun rooms, railing systems, a business that they have been in since 2000. Woodland Deck uses only the best building materials, including Trex® products. Woodland Deck Company is now part of an elite group of builders that have earned the highest level of Trex® Pro builder certification.

For more information, please visit www.woodlanddeck.com or call (330) 658-8063.

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Woodland Deck
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