Woodtrac by Sauder to exhibit in Chicago

ARCHBOLD, OH – Sauder Woodworking Co. announced that WoodTrac Ceiling System, a new division, will be exhibiting at the Remodeling Show at the Lakeside Center in Chicago on October 13-15. WoodTrac makes it possible to achieve the dimensional look of a custom-crafted wood ceiling at a reasonable price. Improving a finished or unfinished ceiling is easily accomplished because WoodTrac is compatible with existing or new grid ceiling systems.

"After an overwhelmingly positive response at last year's show, we have decided to debut our new booth and material’s estimator this October. The Remodeling Show's attendees of mostly remodeling contractors and materials dealers makes it a great event for us to increase our target market's awareness of our product. It's also a great forum to educate installers and gain increased distribution,” says Jonathan Zublena, product manager for WoodTrac Ceiling Systems.

WoodTrac panels come in four different styles including Abbey Oak, Bank Alder, Knock-Down Texture, and Paintable White, which gives the consumer the flexibility to create a custom color look. Panels can be installed in any 2’x2’ or 2’x4’ suspended ceiling. In addition, WoodTrac has provided three styles of moldings: Tear Drop, Colonial, and Cove. Moldings can be installed over any 5/16” or 1” wide ceiling grid. Panels can be combined with any molding profile and molding color to match the consumer’s desired look.

WoodTrac ceiling systems come with patented clips that will snap on to the grid during installation. In addition, it comes with a five-year warranty, ensuring their durability and sustainability.

About WoodTrac by Sauder

Headquartered in Archbold, Ohio, Sauder Woodworking Co. is North America’s leading producer of ready to assemble furniture and the nation’s fifth largest residential furniture manufacturer. Sauder also sources furniture from a network of quality global partners, including a line of office chairs that complement its residential and light commercial office furniture. Its newest division, WoodTrac by Sauder, makes better ceilings a reality.

SOURCE: Sauder Woodworking Co.

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