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VEKAdeck Decking Reviews

VEKAdeck PVC decking is manufactured by VEKA Inc. in Fombell, PA. This low maintenance material is made with 100% reinforced cellular PVC and color stabilizers to prevent fading. VEKAdeck is lighter than wood or composite materials but is impact resistant. VEKAdeck is available in Walnut, Khaki, Almond, Mocha, Gray and White colors and retails for approximately $3.20 per linear foot. This products low water absorption allows it to perform well in humid and marine environments. VEKAdeck comes with a 20 Year and has an evaluation service report (CCRR-0137). 

Customer Review: "have a veka deck.having problems wih squirls chew on material also get very hot. cant walk on it without shoes"

 


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