If you’ve decided that the tropical look is a perfect match for your outdoor aesthetic, you may want to consider beautiful, low-maintenance tropical composite decking.

The latest outdoor living trend is bringing the inside outside, and that includes the deck. The look of rich hardwood floors has increased in popularity for tropical hardwood decking. Homeowners are attracted to their rich wood grains and beautiful colors that complement virtually every home exterior.

Composite Decking

Fiberon, a leading manufacturer of composite decking, railing and fencing, has introduced new tropical hardwood colors in its popular Horizon™ composite decking line. These new tropical colors, ipê and rosewood, offer the rich, multi-chromatic look of exotic hardwoods.

Horizon’s new tropical colors offer distinct advantages over natural woods. First, while the more popular tropical woods—such as ipê, rosewood or mahogany—are more durable than pressure-treated pine, they’re still wood products subject to stains, mold, rot and weathering. On the other hand, Horizon decking’s unique PermaTech™ surface enhancement makes it highly resistant to stains, fading, mold, scratches and rot.

The other advantage to Horizon composite decking? Low maintenance. You don’t have to be a home and garden expert to know that in addition to pressure washing and scrubbing every spring, you’re going to have to regularly stain and seal any wood deck. That’s a significant investment in time and money every year to keep a tropical hardwood deck looking beautiful.

And homeowners can rest easy that Horizon composite decking’s beauty will endure. In fact, it’s so durable that in addition to its 20-year warranty, Fiberon offers the industry’s first 10-year stain and fade resistance warranty, demonstrating Horizon’s ability to provide lasting beauty.

For more information on Fiberon Horizon tropical composite decking in new tropical colors, visit www.fiberondecking.com.