HIXSON NOW CARRYING COMPOSITE LINES

Traditionally a distributor of its own milled and treated wood products, Hixson Lumber Co. is now distributing a third-party non-wood brand: Fiberon.

Hixson, a division of Doman Building Materials, will stock Fiberon composite and PVC decking, railing, fasteners and Wildwood at its Mineola, Tx., location, then forward them to its branches in Magnolia and Plumerville, Ar.; Hattiesburg, Ms.; and Caddo Mills, Carrollton, Houston and Willits, Tx.

According to Hixson president Mark Chatfield, the expansion into such products “is in line with what other Doman divisions, such as California Cascade and Honsador, are doing.”

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