Earth-Inspired Capped Composite Decking

Earth-Inspired Capped Composite Decking

Envision Outdoor Living Products has added the Elevation Collection, composed of two new earthy colors—Sandstone and Alpine Fog—to its Ridge Premium collection of capped composite decking. Emulating cooler mountain tones, Sandstone is a light, natural brown, offering a beautiful balance of sandy and honey hues, while Alpine Fog is a blend of cool silver tones in an on-trend light gray. Both boast softly blended, variegated color and Envision’s non-repeating grain for an authentic appearance.

The decking is made with Envision’s proprietary Compress Technology, which uses tremendous heat and pressure to squeeze out air pockets, physically bond the cap and EverGrain Core together, and press its signature, non-repeating grain into the cap. The result is a board that’s both strong and stunningly beautiful. Ridge Premium boards are fluted, providing for a lower cost and lighter weight, but have a wider bottom edge for easier installation than other fluted profile boards.

Ridge Premium is available in 16- and 20-ft. grooved-edge and 12-, 16-, and 20-ft. square-edge board profiles. The decking, which is made in the U.S., carries a 25-year residential warranty and a 10-year commercial warranty.

For more information, visit www.envisionoutdoorliving.com.

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