PVC and Composite based decking brands like TimberTech, Azek, and Trex have been used on decks in the Kansas City area for decades.
Azek "PVC Decking"
Azek’s PVC has a real-wood look, without the drawbacks. Their capped polymer uses a unique Alloy Armour Technology (AAT), which gives excellent protection. Azek's attention to detail, and beauty have made it a go-to decking for high-end customers, who are looking for the best.
Azek Harvest Collection: Slate Gray, Brownstone, Kona, Autumn Chestnut, Island Oak
Azek Arbor Collection: Morado, Acacia, Brazilian Walnut, Silver Oak, Hazelwood, Mountain Redwood
Azek Vintage Collection: Mahogany, Cypress, Dark Hickory
TimberTech "Capped Composite Decking"
TimberTech decking has the looks of real wood, but is far more tough. In many aspects such as weight, grain, and density, TimberTech resembles hardwood decking. Unlike many capped composite products on the market, TimberTech uses a proprietary blend to cap their boards on all four sides, and in the grooves.
TimberTech Terrain Collection: Sandy Birch, Rustic Elm, Stone Ash, Brown Oak, Silver Maple
TimberTech Tropical Collection: Antique Palm, Antigua Gold, Caribbean Redwood, Amazon Mist
TimberTech Legacy Collection: Pecan, Mocha, Tigerwood, Ashwood
Fiberon "Capped Composite," and "PVC Decking"
Fiberon Capped Composite Decking is a high-performance and environmentally friendly alternative to wood. Similar to a hardwood decking, Fiberon gives the look, without the expensive maintenance. With a large pallet of colors, and finishes, Fiberon has a product for your style.
Deckorators "Capped Composite Decking"
Deckorators Capped Composite Decking employs a range of style and color options for every taste. Offering Slotted and Solid edged profiles, Deckorators is well suited for any deck project. Deckorators also has a special fastener, the Stowaway Hidden Fastener is one of a kind, and installs perpendicular to the joist, instead of at an angle.