2015 at WOLF: A Year in Review

We’re excited about what’s to come in 2016! But first, let’s take a look back at what made 2015 a great year for WOLF. *** Style Meets Strength In January, WOLF introduced... Read More

WOLF Decking Welcomes a New Collection, Color in 2016

We’re kicking off 2016 by introducing a new collection to our successful WOLF Decking line. The Captiva Plus collection has six stylish colors, each with a deep-embossed woodgrain texture.... Read More

Introducing BLOCK-IT House Wrap

Meet the exceptional drainage wrap that safeguards your home and your wallet better. Get superior moisture and UV protection for every construction project with the first and only Greenguard... Read More

Project Profile: Compass Inlay Leads a WOLF Deck in the Right Direction

Each month, the WOLF team votes on an outdoor project to feature. This month’s winner is a unique deck with a custom compass design from Manchester, NJ. Materials: WOLF PVC Decking in... Read More

Decking 101: PVC Decking

This is the first part in our Decking 101 series. Throughout the series, we will be taking a look at the basic science and materials behind WOLF PVC Decking, WOLF Capped Composite Decking, and... Read More

2015 Contractor Survey Results

Survey results are in, and WOLF Decking and Railing products are more popular than ever! Each year, we survey a small group of top contractors for their opinion on new trends and products.... Read More

How to Protect Your Cabinets from Humidification

Whether they’re in storage or already installed, your cabinets may be prone to the effects of humidity.  In harsh conditions, real wood cabinets will see the effect that any wood sees:... Read More

Decking 101: Capped Composite Decking

This is the second part in our Decking 101 series on the WOLF Home Products blog. Previously, we took a look at WOLF PVC Decking. What is capped composite decking? Let’s break down the... Read More

It’s Time to Check Your Deck

There are an estimated 40 million residential and 10 million commercial decks in the United States; half are more than 20 to 30 years old. Is your deck one of them? May is National Deck... Read More