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Protect your deck or patio from the heat of a fire pit.

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DuraLife Composite Decking

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Integrity Composites of Biddeford, Maine makes its composite decking with polypropylene, which the company explains has some advantages over other plastics. The composite is composed of hardwood flour and polypropylene. The result is decking board that is stronger than the competition, according to the Duralife web site. The result is that when laid perpendicular to the the joists, they can be 20" on center, as opposed to the standard 16" on center.

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Above: Duralife Brazilian Cherry. The Duralife Hardwoods™ collection also includes Garapa Gray, Golden Teak, and Tropical Walnut. Non-repeating patterns mean that no two boards are the same. This helps to make the decking look like real hardwood.

The earthtone colors of the Duralife Landscapes™ collection include Pebble, Coastal Gray, Mahogany, and Slate.

All colors are capped and carry the same fade and stain warranty. And the company is proud to offer all colors in two different profiles. The Siesta profile is grooved both sides for use with hidden fasteners, and the MVP profile is the same, except that it has a scalloped bottom, which makes it lighter in weight and about 15% less expensive. Homeowners can choose the MVP profile for economy and get the same quality and color selection, with the only difference being that the lighter weight board is set at the standard 16" on center.

Duralife also has its own fastening systems and three styles of railing.
Duralife products are available through a nationwide network of representatives and distributors. Photos on this page are from the DuraLife web site:
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