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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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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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