Aztec Plastic Decking Reviews
Aztec Plastic Lumber is manufactured by Amazing Recycled Products in Denver, CO. Their decking materials are molded from 95% recycled plastic. Aztec is available in a wide range of colors including: Adobe Brown, Amber Brown, Charcoal Gray, Cinnamon, Cocoa Brown, Lapis Blue, Maize Yellow, Malachite Green, Obsidian Black, Orchid White, Pyramid Gray, Sand Brown and Wheat. Aztec Plastic Lumber retails from $2.60 to $4.20 per linear foot.
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