Fiberon's Concordia and Good Life collections are made from composite material - a mixture of natural wood fibers and synthetic plastics. The wood fibers give the boards a natural look and feel, while the synthetics lend the boards longer lifespans, better durability, and lower maintenance demands.
Quality looks with low maintenance. Fiberon decking's rich, textured colors will last for years to come with minimal regular maintenance.
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General Fiberon Decking FAQs
What Are Fiberon Deck Boards Made Of?
What’s the Difference Between Composite and PVC Decking?
While composite decking is a mixture of natural wood and plastic, PVC decking is 100% plastic material.
PVC decking is even more resistant to mold and mildew than composite boards. That makes PVC a great option near lakes, pools, or oceans, where water exposure can wear on decking faster. PVC decking is also lighter-weight and doesn’t retain as much heat - while it can still get hot in the sun, it’ll cool down much faster.
Composite decking (Fiberon Concordia and Fiberon Good Life) will have a more authentic wood feel and won’t expand or contract as much with temperature changes. It also provides slightly better traction underfoot to prevent slips.
Are Fiberon Boards Environmentally Friendly?
Fiberon is an industry leader in sustainability. PVC and composite deck boards use recycled plastics - Fiberon estimates that it incorporates 2000 recycled plastic bags into each of its deck boards. Wood decking contributes to deforestation, while composite and PVC decking save trees from being cut down. Fiberon also lowers its environmental impact by reusing 98.5% of the waste from its manufacturing process.
Where Is Fiberon Decking Manufactured?
Fiberon is made in the USA - the brand manufactures its decking materials at facilities in North Carolina and Idaho.
Does Fiberon Decking Come With a Warranty?
Fiberon covers each of its decking lines with lengthy warranties. Fiberon's composite decking lines carry warranties between 25 and 50 years to ensure your deck stands the test of time.
Does Fiberon Decking Get Hot On Sunny Days?
Just like wood or other decking materials, composite decking can absorb heat when it’s in direct sunlight, making it hard to walk barefoot on a hot day. A way to keep your decking cool is to choose lighter shades - dark decking will absorb more sunlight and get hotter than light-colored decking.
Is Fiberon Decking Fire Resistant?
Give our team a call at 1-888-824-5316 to learn about getting connected with fire-rated versions of Good Life and Concordia deck boards.
Choosing Your Fiberon Decking
What’s the Difference Between Fiberon’s Decking Lines?
Fiberon Concordia Decking is high-quality composite decking capped on all four sides. The Symmetry Collection comes in four colors with a textured streaking, while the Horizon Collection comes in four different colors with a smoother wood-grain pattern. Both Concordia collections are flat-bottom boards that feature a 50-year stain and fade warranty.
Fiberon Good Life Decking is a more cost-effective composite decking option with scalloped board bottoms. The scalloped profile cuts the cost and the weight of Good Life boards, but also means the boards are only capped on three sides. The Weekender Collection features two finish options with solid colors for the look of traditional stained wood, while the Escapes Collection comes in four multi-tonal color options with the look of exotic woods.
What’s the Difference Between Grooved Edge Boards And Square Edge Boards?
Grooved edge boards feature a long ridge or groove cut into the long edges of the deck board. Grooved edge boards are designed for use with hidden deck fasteners. Traditional square edge boards are for use with other fasteners or in places where the edge of the deck board will be visible, like the outsides of your deck, stair treads, or drink rails.
Where Should I Buy Fiberon Composite Decking?
DecksDirect is the ideal place to plan your Fiberon deck project. Here’s why:
- Real People, Real Service: You can reach our team of experienced deck project planners by phone anytime. With so many Fiberon options to choose from, our team will learn about your vision and priorities for your outdoor space, then build a deck project plan completely tailored to you.
- Completely Fast: We ship 99.5% of our orders the same day they’re placed, and we can reach most of the United States in three days or less. Don’t wait to see your chosen Fiberon finish in-person - get it fast with DecksDirect service.
- Largest Selection: DecksDirect carries 25 different color and finish options of Fiberon decking, so you can create the exact look you want for your outdoor space.
You can always order online, or you can call us at 1-888-824-5316 and talk to a trained deck project planner. Call today for a free consultation!
Fiberon Decking Installation
How Do I Install Fiberon Deck Boards?
Installing Fiberon decking is easier than you think - and with DecksDirect’s help, anyone from experienced DIYers to deck project rookies can create their dream Fiberon deck.
You can learn more about installing Fiberon deck boards in our Knowledge Builders section here. Our team is available by phone to help guide you through any questions you have during the build process.
Give us a call at 1-888-824-5316 and learn just how easy it is to install your own decking!
How Do I Hide The Screws While Installing Decking?
Hidden fasteners work with grooved-edge deck boards. The hidden fastener clips slide into the grooved edges, and the hidden fastener screw drives into a deck frame joist to securely fasten down your deck boards.
With plug systems, you drive screws through the top of your deck boards, then press a plug into the space above the screw’s head. Plugs are made from the exact same composite as your Fiberon deck boards for a perfect match of color and texture.
Fiberon Decking Maintenance
Do I Have to Stain Fiberon Composite Deck Boards?
No. Unlike wood and pressure-treated decking, composite decking never requires staining or sealing.
How Do I Clean Fiberon Deck Boards?
Fiberon decking is a great low-maintenance decking option - and that includes cleaning. All it takes is three simple steps:
- Sweep off your deck surface to clear debris like leaves or pine needles.
- Brush your deck with warm, soapy water and a soft-bristle brush
- Rinse your deck surface with fresh, clean water.
That’s it! There’s no heavy cleaning required. You can read more about cleaning your Fiberon deck boards here.
Can I Use A Pressure Washer to Clean Fiberon Decking?
We don’t recommend pressure-washing Fiberon deck boards, as using a pressure washer wrong can void your warranty. Fiberon suggests that skilled professionals can use a pressure washer, but only at pressures below 3000 psi, using a wide, fan-tipped nozzle, and with the nozzle at least 10 inches away from the deck surface.
You shouldn’t use a pressure washer to clean off mold - pressure-washing can push mold deeper into the composite material. Instead, use a household cleaner or a mixture of white vinegar and water.