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Why evoDECK?

evoDECK is a capped wood plastic composite, which means it has an advanced premium shield encasing ALL four sides around its inner core. The shield and core are molded together under a very high temperature mold simultaneously, so there are no adhesives or chemicals that are harmful to the environment.

The core is made from carefully selected recycled material and highly dense recycled hardwood and softwood fibers that allow for greater strength and durability, and best of all it's 100% recyclable.
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KEY FEATURES OF evoDECK OUTDOOR DECKING:
  • Quick and Easy to install
  • Highly Stain Resistance
  • Highly Weather Resistance
  • Long Lasting Colouration
  • Highly Scratch Resistance
  • Eco- Friendly 
  • 25-Year Limited Transferable Warranty


The shield uses an advanced engineering polymer to create a formulation which gives the boards highest protection against:

     cross-script.png  Stains
Wine, coffee, soy sauce, vegetable oil cannot stain the board. Messes can be easily wiped off the surface because the liquid never gets absorbed by the shield, which makes evoDECK very easy to clean and low maintenance

     cross-script.png  Mildew, Mold, Rotting, Splitting or Cracking
The shield provides an impermeable layer, so there is no fungus growth or splitting able to occur on the surface of the board, therefore, giving evoDECK a longer life span than regular uncapped composites.

     cross-script.png  Color Fading
The unique formulation of the shield ensures its color stays much longer compared to conventional composite decking. The result of 3000 hours in a QUV accelerated weathering test chamber is Delta E <4.0, meaning no visible color change can be observed with the human eye.

     cross-script.png  Painting or Oiling
The multichromatic colors are a part of the shield's formulation meaning that you will never have to paint, sand, or oil again.



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Renowned Certifications For evoDECK:


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