November 23, 2021
It is with great enthusiasm that the teams of Maibec, a North American leader in exterior siding systems, and Drummond House Plans, a Canadian leader in the development of residential architectural plans, announce their collaboration and launch an exclusive collection: MAIBEC x DRUMMOND HOUSE PLANS.
October 26, 2021
Maibec today launched two new exterior siding product lines: Maibec Acenta™, a fastened stone accent system, and VStyle™, a new profile in the Maibec CanExel® line. The new products make a perfect fit with today’s rich and elegant architectural trends. Their easy installation also addresses the lack of skilled labour in traditional masonry.
May 7, 2021
Business View magazine has produced a magnificent 14-page dossier on Maibec. The interview, conducted with Patrick Labonté (Chief Executive Officer) and Charles Tardif (Vice-President, Business Development & Procurement), is addressing in particular the evolution of Maibec in the world of exterior siding, its recent acquisitions and its ambitions. The article also talks about the importance of using technologies within our company to remain a leader in our industry.
March 17, 2021
Maibec recently launched its brand new warranty registration program, aimed at homeowners who have or will purchase Maibec siding products. The company thus wants its customers to get even more for their siding.
February 4, 2021
The Center of Expertise on Commercial Wood Construction (Cecobois) recently unveiled the finalists for the seventh edition of its Awards of Excellence, the only one dedicated specifically to the recognition and celebration of Quebec commercial, institutional, industrial and multi-residential wood construction know-how.
November 12, 2020
Maibec Inc. et Waldun Forest Ltd annoncent aujourd’hui une entente conjointe pour l’acquisition par Maibec de l’usine de production de Stave Lake Cedar, située à Dewdney, en Colombie-Britannique, ainsi que les actifs et les droits de marque pour les bardeaux de cèdre Stave LakeMD, les bardeaux de cèdre rouge de l’Ouest et les bardeaux de cèdre jaune de l’Alaska.