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UltraDeck Decking Reviews

UltraDeck encapsulated composite decking is manufactured by Midwest Manufacturing Extrusion in Eau Claire, WI. The Fusion line are hollow deck boards that are available in Driftwood Gray, Coastal Cedar and Rosewood multitone colors. The Rustic line comes in a solid and hollow board and includes Gray, Cedar and Redwood colors. The UltraDeck Natural deck boards are the most economical choice and feature a reversible hollow plank with embossed wood grain on one side and a brushed finish on the opposite face. UltraDeck can be installed with DekMount Hidden Fasteners or T Clip Hidden Fasteners. UltraDeck also offers a composite railing system to match the floor options. These materials come with a 10 year warranty and have an evaluation service report (ESR-1674). 


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UltraDeck Decking Reviews

UltraDeck encapsulated composite decking is manufactured by Midwest Manufacturing Extrusion in Eau Claire, WI. The Fusion line are hollow deck boards that are available in Driftwood Gray, Coastal Cedar and Rosewood multitone colors. The Rustic line comes in a solid and hollow board and includes Gray, Cedar and Redwood colors. The UltraDeck Natural deck boards are the most economical choice and feature a reversible hollow plank with embossed wood grain on one side and a brushed finish on the opposite face. UltraDeck can be installed with DekMount Hidden Fasteners or T Clip Hidden Fasteners. UltraDeck also offers a composite railing system to match the floor options. These materials come with a 10 year warranty and have an evaluation service report (ESR-1674). 


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