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Teak-Like Decking and Marine Docking System

The patented Ocean Decks, a new decking constructed of industrial-grade PVC that is laminated with a teak-like surface, will be unveiled at IBS this week. The boards allow for a 24” or greater joist span and require no spacing between boards due to its interlocking design.

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Ocean Decks will be launching a new, patented decking system this week at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas that looks like teak and is designed to withstand the harsh elements inflicted by coastal environments.

The decking is constructed of industrial-grade PVC made structurally rigid by inserting Green Eagle’s composite laminate into the deck board profile during the extrusion process, which exponentially increases the stiffness and rigidity. The exterior surface is covered with a flexible PVC surface that mimics the classic look of teak, but won’t fade, stain, mold and is mildew resistant.

Boards are available in two teak-like finishes: no re-sealing, staining or painting required. In addition, they allow for a 24” or greater joist span, which reduces material and installation cost, and requires no spacing between the boards due to its interlocking design.

“I was super impressed from the second I got to hold the Ocean Decks product in my hands,” shared Steve Banta, co-owner of PI Woodworks in Pawley’s Island, S.C. “As someone who has installed hundreds of decks, you can tell Ocean Decks is high quality. The boards don’t give when pressured, and it’s by far the most slip-resistant decking product I’ve worked with, which saves on liability in coastal areas. The look is unmistakable and works great for decks as well as docks.”

For more information, visit oceandecks.com.

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