- Fiberon decking comes in Capped Composite with options in profile, grain pattern, color, variegation and price.
- Fiberon is one of the only manufactures to process their own recycled plastic, and reportedly is able to produce products with over 90% recycled materials.
- Fiberon was one of the first to bring capped composite decking to market, and the first to have a fully variegated deck board.
The original Fiberon Decking is the Horizon Collection, a dual faced capped composite with traditional wood markings in a highly variegated coloration pattern, and is now known as Concordia – Horizon Collection. The other double faced decking (both top and bottom display the same markings and coloration) is Symmetry Collection now called Concordia – Symmetry Collection, and is similar to Horizon however the grain pattern is a tighter one, and does more to imitate tight grain hardwood. PVC Decking collection Paramount provides Low-Maintainance fully encapsulated, fire rated, decking in rich tones with a large amount of color variation. Paramount is one of the top choices when it comes to PVC Decks. Good Life Collection is the most price conscious decking line by Fiberon. Good Life Decking features two colors in a mono-chromatic gray and tan as well as three additional colors which have more color variation. Good Life Collection is a scalloped board without a bottom side encapsulation which reduces costs and boosts value. The newest collection of Fiberon Decking is called Sanctuary. This collection essentially took the place of the “Protect Collection” which is no longer available. Sanctuary is a three sided capped board with a flat or solid bottom, and a richer decking pattern than good life. Sanctuary is priced between the Good Life Collection and the Concordia Collections.