Compare Decking Brands
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AZEK first made its name in the mid 1980s as the manufacturer of PVC products for the marine and outdoor signage industries. The company introduced AZEK Trimboards to the building industry in 1999, followed by a succession of innovative decking products.
Today, AZEK is the No. 1 brand of stain-resistant decking. Its PVC decking products are known for their beauty, durability and low maintenance, making them an ideal replacement for wood.
Fiberon's history dates back to 1997, when it began manufacturing wood-plastic composite decking. In line with its motto — Long Live Beauty™ — Fiberon manufactures composite and PVC decking in colors that emulate the splendor of exotic hardwoods. All carry the industry's first stain and fade warranty, now at 20 years.
Gossen has supplied the building industry with products for home interiors, exteriors and entryways for over eight decades. The company has always thrived on innovation and is perhaps best known for bringing PVC technology from Europe to the United States in the 1960s.
With its fuss-free PVC decking and porch products, Gossen continues to make technological advances while adding style and elegance to outdoor living spaces.
In the late 1980s, before "green" really got popular, Advanced Environmental RecyclingTechnologies Inc. (A.E.R.T.) began manufacturing composite wood building products.
A.E.R.T. takes an eco-friendly approach to its MoistureShield line by combining reclaimed wood fibers and recycled plastics in products that deliver beauty, strength and durability.
Since its founding in 2004, Premium Composites has constantly refined its manufacturing processes, creating products that are durable and visually striking. The company procures raw materials from local, renewable and sustainable sources, producing decking and railing options that combine rich, natural colors with top performance.
In 1995 Crane Plastics began exploring opportunities to use a blending system that brought wood and plastics together. Two years later, the company created an offshoot, TimberTech, to develop and manufacture decking planks with the new technology.
Today, TimberTech is the fastest-growing composite decking company in the marketplace. Its decking, railing and fencing products have earned a reputation for durability, low maintenance and natural wood appearance.
Since 1996 Trex Company has focused on providing long-lasting, beautiful decks that offer the look and feel of wood without the upkeep and cost. The company strives to be environmentally conscious as well, turning millions of pounds of recycled and reclaimed plastic and waste wood into high-performing decking, railing and fencing products.
Trex is the country's largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking and railing products.
The information in these charts are for the benefit of customers for the purpose of helping them choose a decking product that's right for them. The information provided is subject to change. For official information from a specific brand, please visit the brand website.