MoistureShield decking products have a deeply embossed wood grain pattern that allows the board to be reversible, providing more flexibility in application. The product is available with or without grooves that accommodate hidden fastening systems for quick installations.
Color Me Rad
Tough But Not Rough
Brilliance and Resilience
One of the benefits of composite decking is its amazing fade resistance, a feature of this product from TimberTech. Even darker colors hold up against the harsh rays of the sun, providing a good investment for homeowners.
ChoiceDek’s composite boards are so mold- and mildew-resistant they can even be installed underwater! The lightweight product has added stiffness and allows for air circulation between the boards and framing to reduce condensation.
Bring On the Rain
Fiberon Horizon decking is a mold-resistant composite made for outdoor performance. The boards come in 12-, 16-, and 20-foot lengths, allowing for more flexibility than real wood.
The outdoors are meant to be enjoyed with friends and family, but a red wine spill or scratches from patio furniture can easily damage a wood deck. Composite decking, like this one from AZEK, is manufactured to be scratch- and stain-resistant, so you can barbecue in bliss.
Looks Like the Real Thing
Enjoy all the beauty of real wood, with none of the hassle. EverGrain composite decking by Tamko comes in five natural colors and has a varied grain pattern, just like real wood. You’d never know it was made with a plastic!
Rhino Deck proves that composite decking can be environmentally responsible. The product is made with 100-percent recycled materials—wood pulp and high density polyethylene plastics—and saves half a billion plastic containers from landfills every year.
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