Announcing Envision Outdoor Living Products
Since the acquisition of Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions in December 2020, Envision Building Products has now completed the integration of Fairway into the Envision family while retaining both the Envision and Fairway brand names and legacies. With this news, the company proudly launches Envision Outdoor Living Products: one of the industry’s most comprehensive product collections, backed by extensive development, design, and installation expertise, offering builders, remodelers, and deck builders a Total Outdoor Living Solution and the freedom to realize their customers’ vision across any style and budget. Learn more at their all-new website: www.envisionoutdoorliving.com
Helping Pros Take Business to the Next Level: Envision Outdoor Living Products Following the acquisition and integration, Envision Outdoor Living Products is a powerful combination of two category leaders with Envision’s beautiful, versatile composite decking collections (Distinction, Inspiration, Expression, Ridge Premium, and EverGrain) and the Fairway Railing Collection of expertly crafted aluminum, composite, steel, and vinyl/PVC railings, along with accessories including outdoor lighting, fencing, pergolas, and more.
This union of brands makes it simple for pros to have a choice in premium materials to showcase their craftsmanship. Unlike the traditional industry model in which decking companies offer a railing option but the two categories essentially function separately and among different companies, Envision Outdoor Living is unique in that it now delivers a complete and full decking line and a complete and full railing line, increasing opportunities for pros while streamlining design, specification, and installation processes.
“More robust in products and in expertise, Envision Outdoor Living Products offers a ‘Total Outdoor Living Solution,’ making it easier than ever for building pros to not just build a deck, but to put outdoor living at the center of home life,” said Shara Gamble, VP Sales & Marketing for Envision Outdoor Living Products. “Today, Envision Outdoor Living Products is a powerful combination of industry-leading brands known for beautiful design, quality craftsmanship, and superior performance. Our robust selection of unmatched composite decking, premium deck and porch railings, outdoor lighting and accessories, and more come together to create the total outdoor living solution.”
Along with the extensive product selection, Envision Outdoor Living Products combines the collective expertise of the Envision Decking and Fairway Railing employees. “We’ve joined forces to become a more powerful team overall,” said Bob McNally, CEO of Envision Building Products. “It’s more than just acquiring product lines; we’re retaining the expertise that lies in the two brands’ team members, and we’re focused on building a single healthy team together.”
Envision Outdoor Living Products now has about 100 employees and three manufacturing facilities in Lamar, Mo., Mount Joy, Pa., and York, Neb. Corporate operational headquarters has relocated from Lamar to Mount Joy, while manufacturing operations for decking remain in Lamar with plans for future growth in the community.
New Integrated Website: EnvisionOutdoorLiving.com
With completion of the acquisition, Envision Outdoor Living Products has launched a new website, www.envisionoutdoorliving.com
. The new website not only provides information on all of the decking and railing lines, but brings everything together with an enhanced Deck Visualizer tool with which pros and consumers can see how the products combine to create one-of-a-kind spaces. Other features include extensive educational resources and content, inspiration galleries, and installation guides.
“From the comprehensive product selection to our team’s collective expertise to our technology solutions that bring it all together,” said Gamble, “Envision Outdoor Living Products gives building pros the versatility to create what they want without compromise—to re-envision their business without limits.”