For Immediate Release: June 14, 2017 
Contact: Laura DeMaria - (202) 367-2364 
Centennial Woods Joins NLBMDA's 
Manufacturers and Services Council (MSC)
WASHINGTON, DC - The National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) announced today that Centennial Woods is the newest member of the association's Manufacturers and Services Council (MSC). The council is composed of the leading building material manufacturers and service providers serving the LBM industry.

NLBMDA's MSC members are established industry leaders who supply products and services to lumber and building material dealers and regional chains across the nation. The dedicated members of the council share a commitment to promoting and enhancing the success of independent dealers and regional chains.

Centennial Woods maintains the world's largest sustainable source of reclaimed wood through the maintenance of the hundreds of miles of snow fences that line the highways of the state of Wyoming. Their aged snow fence wood is a nominal 1 x 6 and is either pine, spruce, or Douglas fir. These boards are FSC ® 100% Recycled. The Wyoming snow, wind, rain, and sun creates beautiful patinas on the wood that vary from grays, browns, and cinnamons.

Centennial Woods repurposes their nominal reclaimed 1 x 6s into a variety of products including wall planks, DIY installable planks, tongue and groove, shiplap, bevel lap and other milling is available as well. All their products qualify for MR3 & MR4 towards LEED projects. Additionally, Centennial Woods has developed Centennial Seal, a nano-technology product that acts as a sealant which repels water from the wood, yet does not change the patinas or texture of any wood, including their reclaimed wood.  

"Centennial Woods is very excited and happy to now be a part of this fine organization helping the overall industry. We look forward to our participation and becoming more involved in the coming years." - Ed Spal, CEO, Centennial Woods
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The National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) represents its members in the national public policy arena, with emphasis on efforts to 1) promote the industry and educate legislators and public policy personnel; and 2) assist legislative, regulatory, standard-setting and other government or private bodies in the development of laws, regulations and policies affecting lumber and building material dealers, its customers and suppliers. Founded in 1917, the association has over 6,000 members operating single or multiple lumber yards and component plants serving homebuilders, subcontractors, general contractors, and consumers in the new construction, repair and remodeling of residential and light commercial.