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Nexwood Decking Reviews

Nexwood composite decking is manufactured by Nexwood Industries Brampton, Ontario, Canada. This material is composed of rice hull fiber and recycled plastic. Nexwood is a hollow decking material available in Driftwood Gray, Premium Sierra Brown and Premium Sequoia Red in 12',16' and 20' lengths. The decking can be purchased in 2x6 or 5/4x6 dimensions and in a solid or tongue and groove profile. Nexwood comes with a 20 Year warranty. Nexwood also produces a matching composite railing system



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