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MoistureShield Meridian Decking Featured on HGTV’s Home Inspector Joe

HGTV’s Home Inspector Joe featured MoistureShield’s Meridian capped composite decking last week in the “Hastings Home of Hazards” episode. The show educates first-time home hunters about the risks associated with home buying.

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HGTV’s Home Inspector Joe featured MoistureShield’s Meridian capped composite decking last week in the “Hastings Home of Hazards” episode. The show educates first-time home hunters about the risks associated with home buying.

“We are thrilled to help the hosts of HGTV’s Home Inspector Joe with beautiful, durable outdoor living materials that create inspirational spaces for viewers,” said Matthew Bruce, vp of sales, MoistureShield. “Featuring MoistureShield Meridian on the show is an excellent way to educate homeowners about innovative features like our TruTexture Surface, which presents an authentic wood look, while keeping deck surfaces and bare feet safer with CoolDeck technology.”

Meridian is available in three premium colors: Citadel, a cool Atlantic gray with a subtle patina; Shoreside, a golden, sandy blonde, and Mariner, a mahogany brown with rich undertones.

The Citadel color seen on the show includes the option of MoistureShield’s exclusive CoolDeck technology, which reduces heat absorption by up to 35% compared to traditional capped composite boards in similar colors.

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