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Westlake Royal Building Products launches Royal WoodTone Styles

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Westlake Royal Building Products launches Royal WoodTone Styles

New product line comes in six trending colors: American Walnut, Oak Ridge, Natural Cedar, Smoke Grey, Weathered Oak, and Charred Timber.


By Westlake Royal Building Products | March 22, 2024
Westlake Royal WoodTone American Walnut
Porch soffit with Westlake Royal WoodTone American Walnut. Photo: Courtesy Westlake Royal Building Products USA

Westlake Royal Building Products ("Westlake Royal"), a Westlake company (NYSE:WLK), has launched its Royal WoodTone Styles, blending rich wood looks with the rustic warmth of beadboard trim.

Made of cellular PVC, Royal WoodTone Styles lend sophistication and function to porch ceilings and soffit applications. The new product line is low maintenance, moisture and insect proof, and easy to install due to its hidden nailing hems.

"This year, we anticipate the classic beadboard making a comeback. This timeless design adds visual interest and a charming finish to any home," said Steve Booz, Vice President, Marketing, Westlake Royal Building Products. "To help achieve this look, the Royal WoodTone Styles line combines enduring beauty with unmatched performance. Architects, designers, builders, and property owners who value the cozy characteristics of beadboard can now experience it with a level of low maintenance and durability that surpasses traditional wood options."

Royal WoodTone Styles offer the elegant look of stained wood in six trending colors, including American Walnut, Oak Ridge, Natural Cedar, Smoke Grey, Weathered Oak and Charred Timber. The line features a 6" v-grooved plank, beadboard, crown and bed mould.

 

Westlake Royal WoodTone Smoke Grey
Westlake Royal WoodTone Style in Smoke Grey. Photo: Courtesy Westlake Royal Building Products USA


Westlake Royal Building Products USA Inc., a Westlake company (NYSE:WLK), is a leader in the innovation, design, and production of a broad and diverse range of exterior and interior building products, including Siding and Accessories, Trim and Mouldings, Roofing, Stone, Windows and Outdoor Living. Westlake Royal Building Products manufactures high-quality, low-maintenance products to meet the specifications and needs of building professionals, homeowners, architects, engineers and distributors, while providing an unmatched array of colors, styles, and accessories.

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