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Latitudes Decking Reviews

Latitudes composite decking and railing materials are manufactured by UFP Ventures II, Inc. in Prairie Du Chein, WI. The Intrepid line is available in Gray, Cedar and Redwood and sells for approximately $2.62 per linear foot. The Captiva line is available in Gray, Cedar, Willow and Walnut. The Capricorn tropical color line is available in Walnut and Koa and sells for approximately $3.50 per linear foot. The boards are available in solid and slotted profiles for use with the equator hidden fastener system. Latitudes comes with a 25 year warranty and has an evaluation service report (EXR-1573). The Intrepid railing system are sold in kits and match the Latitudes decking colors. 


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Latitudes Decking Reviews

Latitudes composite decking and railing materials are manufactured by UFP Ventures II, Inc. in Prairie Du Chein, WI. The Intrepid line is available in Gray, Cedar and Redwood and sells for approximately $2.62 per linear foot. The Captiva line is available in Gray, Cedar, Willow and Walnut. The Capricorn tropical color line is available in Walnut and Koa and sells for approximately $3.50 per linear foot. The boards are available in solid and slotted profiles for use with the equator hidden fastener system. Latitudes comes with a 25 year warranty and has an evaluation service report (EXR-1573). The Intrepid railing system are sold in kits and match the Latitudes decking colors. 


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