KMEW President Atsunori Komeya.

Healthy living through better design, CERACLAD opens in Redmond

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 2:19pm
  • Business

A celebration of the formation of KMEW USA Inc. dba CERACLAD with their North American team at their newly designated Americas headquarters took place on Monday at 15359 N.E. 90th St. in Redmond.

CERACLAD’s Rainscreen Siding System creates a durable, low-maintenance, ventilated facade that provides protection from the elements while promoting drying to the outside. This design contributes to a high-performance building envelope. Delivered through a network of Authorized Distributors and Installers, CERACLAD offers multiple texture and color options to meet the needs of the most discerning designs.

KMEW USA is a wholly owned subsidiary of KMEW Co., Ltd. KMEW has been the leader in the manufacture of specialized exterior building products for more than 30 years in Japan. Its products have earned KMEW a reputation for superior quality, durability and healthy, environmentally friendly living.

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