2018 International Builders Show in Orlando Features Thermally Modified Wood Wall Tiles.

CFPWoods would like to thank everyone for stopping by their booth at this years show. This was year # three as an exhibitor at IBS and we found the response and interest to our thermally modified wood products to be even greater. 

New at this years show was the introduction of our interior wall tiles available in a variety of 12×12 patterns made from thermally modified Ash. Our Novart decorative wall tiles transcend the ordinary establishing a beautiful and innovative wood covering for both interior walls and ceilings. They can provide your home or work place with a unique design, warmth and exquisite look. Made from the same high quality standards as our decking and siding products. They will sure to please.

Novart Thermally Modified Decorative Wall & Ceiling Tiles from CFPWoods

Our exterior items continued to amaze booth visitors both in decking and siding. Traditional tongue and groove patterns in the siding allow for a traditional wood look with a modern flare and style unique to each customers exterior expectation. The open grain pattern the Ash species provides makes the finished look a customer favorite. 

Our thermally modified Ash decking is the most durable natural wood decking product in the marketplace. Grooved on each side to accommodate our hidden fastener and end matched allowing the install to be done quickly and provides a stunning random seam look on the deck surface that can’t be replicated making your finished deck surface truly unique to you.

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There is a story behind our wood. Ash is a hardwood domestic to Canada and the United States and we have re-purposed this species into useful building materials. Much of what we make comes from the Emerald Ash Bore kill that has devastated the species in many North American Forests, specifically in the Great Lake Region of Canada and the United States. We take great pride in knowing we are making products that are both beautiful and useful from a species of wood that needed its story continued in a useful and meaningful way.