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Deckorators Expands its Voyage Composite Decking Line

Deckorators has expanded its Voyage composite decking line to include a fifth color—Khaya, a true brown—and varied-plank decking, bringing the interior design trend of mixing widths of hardwood flooring to outdoor living.

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Deckorators has expanded its Voyage composite decking line to include a fifth color—Khaya, a true brown—and varied-plank decking, bringing the interior design trend of mixing widths of hardwood flooring to outdoor living.
Formulated to meet demand for a darker brown composite, Khaya joins four other color options (Sierra, Tundra, Costa and Mesa). All are offered in 12-, 16- and 20-ft. grooved and solid-edge profiles, as well as 12-ft. fascia.
The varied-plank decking comes in widths of 3-1/2”, 5-1/2”, and 7-1/4”—the first two widths with grooved-edge profiles for use with hidden fasteners.
For additional information visit www.deckorators.com

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