MoistureShield Boosts Capacity

MoistureShield plans to increase its capped composite decking production. The new capacity is expected by the second quarter of 2021.

authors QR Staff | November 25, 2020

MoistureShield Composite Decking, part of Oldcastle APG, plans to increase its capped composite decking production by up to 50 percent at the company’s Springdale, Ark. The new capacity is expected by the second quarter of 2021.

MoistureShield’s Vision capped composite and Vantage non-capped composite are currently produced in Springdale. In late 2019, the Springdale facility began producing Elevate, an entry-level capped composite decking product. The newly announced investment will increase production volume for Elevate, as well as a yet-to-be-launched new product by the decking manufacturer.

MoistureShield, formerly AERT, was acquired by Oldcastle APG in 2017, which launched the outdoor-living company into the composite decking category. Oldcastle brands include Belgard pavers, Echelon masonry, Sakrete concrete mixes, and Amerimix mortars.

Oldcastle APG, is part of CRH’s Building Products division. CRH is a global building materials company with operating locations in 30 countries worldwide. QR

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