TrueDeck engineered-polymer Deck Panels

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True Harbor has introduced TrueDeck engineered-polymer Deck Panels.

Their four-way pattern design forms a continuous pattern, even in T- and L-shaped dock applications. Specifically designed for marine use, TrueDeck panels are fully UV-protected, supplying a rich appearance for years to come, says the company. They are constructed of state-of-the-art engineering resin and can endure extreme heat, cold and exposure to the sun, yet remain cool underfoot. TrueDeck panels offer a self-draining, slip-resistant surface; are environmentally friendly; and are designed to allow light, water, wind and debris to pass through, according to the company. The panels will not support mold or mildew growth and are unaffected by marine borers and saltwater. Weighing only 1-1/4 pounds per square foot., the Deck Panels are available in 3’ x 4’, 4’ x 4’ and 5’ x 4’ sizes to replace aging dock tops in existing frames or for new dock or swim platform construction. TrueDeck panels are available in Cape Cod gray or Sarasota sand colors and come with a 12-year limited warranty. The suggested retail price is about $6 per square foot. Contact: True Harbor, (248) 649-4922, trueharbor@trueharbor.net.

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