Convenient and Complimentary: TruGrain® Made with Resysta® CEU Course Now Available at

Architects, designers, and builders can obtain valuable continuing education credits while learning about the latest in hybrid building products.

Houston, TX, October 12, 2016 --( Architects, designers, green building professionals and contractors can obtain necessary continuing education credits almost any time and anywhere thanks to Westech Building Products is pleased to offer their new continuing education course, highlighting the use of hybrid building materials, such as TruGrain® made with Resysta®, via the AEC Daily Online Learning Center, available at

This convenient online course is available at no charge and qualifies for 1.0 credit hours. Credit is available under a variety of continuing education programs including American Institute of Architects (AIA), American Institute of Building Design (AIBD), Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI) and American Institute of Constructors (AIC). The course also fulfills Health, Safety, Welfare credit requirements under several of the programs.

With the increasing demand for eco-friendly products, there is heightened interest in using hybrid building materials, including those made with natural fibers. This course explores the development, features, performance, benefits, and installation of such products, like the rice husk hybrid TruGrain® made with Resysta® decking, facade, and siding materials. These versatile materials have been used in award-winning commercial and residential projects across the country.

AEC Daily offers a variety of free online CEU courses and can be found at TruGrain® made with Resysta® representatives are also available to provide the course in person; requests for presentations can be submitted via the AEC Daily website and at

About Westech
Westech Building Products, a Westlake company (NYSE: WLK), is a leading producer of fence, deck, siding, window and door profiles servicing North America and export markets from headquarters in Houston, TX. For more information, visit
Carrie Stallwitz