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MoistureShield Gets Rebranded

Oldcastle APG’s composite decking business AERT (Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies)  will now operate as MoistureShield.

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Oldcastle APG’s composite decking business AERT (Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies)  will now operate as MoistureShield.
“With the acquisition of AERT in 2017, we set out on a new endeavor to bring our blueprint for success to the composite decking marketplace. Today’s name change is more than a new logo—it’s a commitment to our customer base,” Oldcastle APG executive vice president Ken O’Neill said.

The MoistureShield line of moisture-resistant composite decking is environmentally friendly, manufactured from 95% recycled content, and can be installed directly on the ground, in the ground or under water. The line is backed by an industry-leading warranty against decay, rot and termite damage.

MoistureShield joins other Oldcastle brands such as Echelon masonry wall systems, Belgard pavers, Permacon hardscapes, Sakrete concrete, and Amerimix mortars.

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