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Fiberon Decking Reviews

Fiberon low maintenance decking is manufactured by Fiber Comoposites, LLC in New London, NC. Horizon with Permatech is available in Ipe, Rosewood, Sand, Brick, Bronze, Slate and comes with a 25 year warranty. The sanctuary line is available in these multi chromatic colors: Earl Gray, Cocoa, Latte and Espresso. Fiberon Pro-Tect decking is available in Canyon Brown, Harbor Gray, Chestnut, Gray Birch and Western Cedar. The Classic decking line is available in Timber and Granite. Fiberon Professional decking is available in Gray, Cedar and Brown for approximately $3.00 per linear foot. These low maintenance products can be installed using the Deck Pilot hidden fastener system. Fiberon decking has been tested and has an evaluation service report (CCRR-0108). 



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Fiberon low maintenance decking is manufactured by Fiber Comoposites, LLC in New London, NC. Horizon with Permatech is available in Ipe, Rosewood, Sand, Brick, Bronze, Slate and comes with a 25 year warranty. The sanctuary line is available in these multi chromatic colors: Earl Gray, Cocoa, Latte and Espresso. Fiberon Pro-Tect decking is available in Canyon Brown, Harbor Gray, Chestnut, Gray Birch and Western Cedar. The Classic decking line is available in Timber and Granite. Fiberon Professional decking is available in Gray, Cedar and Brown for approximately $3.00 per linear foot. These low maintenance products can be installed using the Deck Pilot hidden fastener system. Fiberon decking has been tested and has an evaluation service report (CCRR-0108). 



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