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Evergrain Decking Reviews

Evergrain composite decking is manufactured by Epoch Composite Products in Lamar, MO. Their decking is compression molded to provide a realistic wood grain surface. This low maintenance product contains recycled plastic material. All Evergrain products are sold with a 20 year limited warranty. Evergrain decking's evaluation service report is ICC-ESR 1625.

Evergrain's Classic Collection decking is available in Redwood, Cedar, Weathered Wood, Cape Cod Grey and Forest Green and sells for approximately $3.09 per linear foot. The new Vibrance Collection has a variegated finish to look more like real wood. This line is available in Golden Oak, Cherry Wood, Thunderstorm Grey and Rustic Birch. Evergrain offers the EG123 Hidden Fastener System for a fastener free deck surface. Evergrain also manufactures the TAM-RAIL system.



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Our Evergrain deck is 11 years old and disintegrating. Apparently, the warranty when we had the deck installed was 10 years. We were quoted Trex by our contractor and thought that was what we had. The company is not standing behind it. All they say is it''s out of warranty. Who pays triple for composite that doesn''t last as long as treated lumber? Needless to say we are disgusted with it and will NEVER EVER do this again. Based on our experience, I would never recommend Evergrain.

posted by M at 6/9/2015 1:02:26 PM


Our contractor recommended and installed our deck in 2007. The wood has faded and the west exposed railings are pealing. I called for a claim, however, due to the contractor purchasing the materials I am unable to determine which invoices were for the railings etc. We are very unhappy with this product and would not recommend it.

posted by jannh at 5/9/2015 9:47:38 AM


I have used evergrain decking on several jobs. I have been very pleased. I especially like the full thickness of the board ( Not Kerfed on the bottom ). This makes a better look when viewing the ends of the decking after installation.

posted by Riley at 12/21/2014 1:48:16 PM