Vista Decking Colors: Silverwood, Driftwood, Ironwood and Dunewood

3½" and 5½" Vista Varied-Plank Decking in Dunewood and Ironwood with ALX Contemporary Cable Railing in Bronze

Vista Decking in Silverwood and Driftwood with ALX Contemporary Pre-Assembled Railing and Aluminum Secondary Handrail in Textured White

Vista Grooved-edge Deck Board in Silverwood

Vista Grooved-edge Deck Board in Dunewood

Vista Decking in Ironwood with ALX Contemporary Railing in Brushed Titanium and ALX Contemporary Solar Post Caps in Brushed Titanium

Urban deck with Vista Decking in Driftwood

Vista Decking in Driftwood with Postcovers

Vista 3½" Decking in Driftwood, ALX Pro Railing in White with cable rail and ALX Solar Post Caps in White

Vista Decking

A wood plastic composite deck board with the look of exotic hardwoods without the maintenance.

The variegated colors of Deckorators® Vista composite decking can give your backyard the feel of a tropical destination. The rich woodgrain pattern is available in both 3½" and 5½" width. Alternate the boards to create a unique look or use the same size to create your favorite outdoor room. Our new 3½" decking is a great option for for picture framing, rail tops and breaker boards.

  • Tropical hardwood look with contrasting variegation.
  • Rich, pronounced wood-grain pattern.
  • Unique extrusion process results in a stronger, more reliable deck board.
  • Boards are capped with some of the most durable polymer technology available.
  • Industry's best warranty: 25-year Structural, 25-year Stain & Fade and 25-year Removal & Replacement.
  • Now available in 11¼" for fascia and 8" stair risers (comes in Vista Driftwood, Silverwood, Ironwood, Dunewood and white).

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Style Tip

Alternate 3½" and 5½" decking for a unique look.

Installation Instructions

Technical Information

FAQ

Yes, Deckorators decking carries a Class C fire rating, which is the same class as natural wood. Vista decking is fire rated and carries a Class B fire rating.

No. While Deckorators decking does provide superior surface integrity and strength, it is not suitable for structural applications. We recommend using ProWood® professional grade treated lumber when building the understructure for your deck. ProWood pressure-treated lumber is made for ground-contact and backed by a lifetime limited warranty against termite infestation and rot.

While no formal testing has been done, we have not seen or heard of any ill effects from standard pool chemicals.

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