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Fiberon Partners with HomeSphere

Fiberon announced a new partnership with HomeSphere that will give builders access to exclusive rebates on select products, including Fiberon, and allow builders to “bundle” rebates to earn even more.

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Fiberon announced a new partnership with HomeSphere that will give builders access to exclusive rebates on select products, including Fiberon, and allow builders to “bundle” rebates to earn even more.

“Fiberon products are an excellent choice for decking, railing, and cladding in new construction,” said HomeSphere president and CEO Greg Schwarzer. “They offer the warmth and beauty of natural wood, without the maintenance and price. We are proud to partner with them and bring their products to our HomeSphere builders, saving time and costs for builders now, and future homeowners later.”

Fiberon composites are manufactured using increased sustainable processes, and their polyethylene decking products contain a minimum of 94 percent recycled content.

Annually, Fiberon says its products use approximately 100 million lbs. of recycled plastic on average while helping to avoid the destruction of up to one million trees.

Products are available in various colors, styles, and price points and include industry-leading stain, fade, and performance warranties. All PE composite decking product lines, PVC decking product lines, railing product lines, and Wildwood composite cladding are eligible for rebate.

“Fiberon is very excited to partner with HomeSphere and for the opportunity to work with their network of more than 2,700 builders,” said Chris Hayn, VP of sales for Fiberon. “With the cost of building materials rising, homebuilders who want to use high-quality products can benefit from choosing Fiberon and HomeSphere.”

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