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Expanded Color Pallet Offered for Stain


Tando’s Signature Stain adds a new color–Graphite–to its innovative cladding line. Manufactured by Derby Building Products Inc., Graphite expands the stained shake line beyond current wood-like browns to an earthy, deep gray. Graphite joins Signature Stain’s original colors of Fawn, Bark and Acorn, capturing the natural hues and variations of stained wood.

Signature Stain’s Graphite offers the beauty and authenticity of stained wood but without the continuous maintenance or upkeep. Tando’s Signature Stain is the perfect solution for home exteriors, with a lightweight design for fast, easy one-person installation. Consumer research highlights that the trends towards darker colors for cladding are increasing with gray shades among the top color choices. Graphite was the logical answer to meet customer demand.

“Our new color, Graphite, answers a need we’ve heard from both contractors and homeowners for a popular deep, dark gray stain,” says Ralph Bruno, CEO, Derby Building Products. “It works well with the mixed material trend as a gable or dormer accent, along with virtually any type of siding or cladding.”

Tando Signature Stain offers natural beauty by incorporating a true, semi-transparent wood stain into its patented process, for a strikingly realistic stained wood look. Each of the colors offered in the Signature Stain line looks as authentic and earthy as colors found in nature. Like all Tando products, Signature Stain by Tando products are impervious to moisture, making them perfect for roofline or ground applications.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 6/27/2018


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