Sedona Composite Decking
Life is Short. Live it on a Deck.
- 100% recycled materials
- Ultra-low maintenance
- Low-gloss authentic wood grain
- Full protective shield
- CoreMax™ Technology
- Ultra-wide contemporary design
- 25-year residential warranty
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A new floor or deck is such a personal purchase and often needs to be customized for each installation. Online pricing doesn’t always include the whole picture, and we want to ensure you have everything you need. That includes any necessary underlayment, accessory pieces, or adhesive.
Fortunately, our green building experts specialize in getting you the most accurate estimate possible. Plus, there are product tips and tricks to help make your project run smoothly and save time. (Not to mention possible sales and discounts!) So give us a call and we promise to support you in your building journey.
Wood Grain TextureRich color options and authentic hardwood texturing without the splinters.
Dominating DurabilityNext generation composition and a 3G core ensure higher tensile strength & resiliency.
Weather ResistantA full protective wrap shield guards against stains, scratches, snow, and sun damage.
Guaranteed to LastBacked by a 25 year residential warranty.
Additional Product Info
- Installation & Maintenance
Sedona Composite Decking
Warm as the red rock formations that frame this northern Arizona escape, Sedona TruOrganics Composite Decking provides the most solid foundation for your outdoor home life. Step out onto its copper-colored planks and feel your stress wash away like water in a canyon. Sedona’s strength and durability mean less time worrying about maintenance, and more breathing deep and slowing down.
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|Length||8 foot plank|
|Listings||ESR-4197, ESL-1174, QAI Listing No. B1115-1|
|Milling||Groove & groove|
|Joint Span||16 inches on center|
|Warranty||25 Year Residential|
We offer fascia boards and square edge planks to help you put the final touches on your own custom decking project.
All accessories are available upon request, designed to match your deck color.
Universal Butt Seam
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Before you begin installation, remember to take your T.I.M.E. with this Cali Bamboo approved pre-install guide.
Install TruOrganics® composite decking with confidence by following the official Cali Bamboo Installation Guide.
Care & Maintenance
Download our bamboo decking Care & Maintenance Guide to learn how to keep your deck looking great for decades.
Decking Spec Sheet
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Whether you're building it yourself or hiring a contractor, these Deck Designs are a great place to start.
A. TruOrganics® comes from a proprietary formulation of 60% reclaimed wood fibers and 40% recycled HDPE plastics such as detergent bottles and milk cartons. Each plank is further protected by a four-sided ProFormance™ wrap shield. This ultra-durable composition combined with natural wood colors and grain yields a composite deck that boasts both beauty and strength.
A. High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) has an extra high strength-to-density ratio and is one of the most commonly used plastics — typically found in more rigid products like milk gallons, cups and water bottles. Its strength acts as a barrier against moisture, and resists insects, rot and other chemicals. Easily recyclable and free from harmful emissions, the use of HDPE results in decking boards that are stronger, ultra-durable and more sustainable than composites with non-HDPE plastics.
A. Cali Bamboo decking is designed to withstand the daily wear and tear of outdoor living, but we do recommended cleaning your deck at least twice a year to remove pollen, organic debris, dirt or stains. A broom or sweeper works better than a hose and is a much greener cleaning method. If you find accumulated dirt or grime, use soap and water and a scrub brush and simply rinse off with water. When cleaning deck tiles, ensure the surface the tiles are installed upon has proper drainage. Additional information can be found on our Care & Maintenance page.
A. Every deck will have its own unique requirements. In order to make your project a success, please follow the official Cali Bamboo decking installation guide.
A. It is recommended that only professionals use a pressure washer with wide fan tips, at low pressures. If done improperly, extreme concentrated high pressure will damage any composite deck material. Exercise caution and check with a professional as improper use could lead to damage or loss of your warranty coverage.
A. Not usually, but dripping grease can cause stains, so it is recommended a mat is placed under your grill. Improperly installed fire features and fire pits can cause damage from direct exposure to flames or excessive radiated heat. Exercise proper caution when designing, installing and using fire features.
A. Make sure there is adequate and unobstructed airflow under the deck to prevent excessive water absorption. Improve drainage or grade flat areas where standing water may gather. For decks with limited ventilation, six inches of clear ventilation is required. Regarding composite Deck Tiles — which are installed directly onto an existing flat surface — ensure the surface has proper drainage.
A. All decking products should ideally maintain a minimum of 6″ (15 cm) between the bottom of the deck substructure/joists and the ground. The deck design must allow unrestricted airflow under at least half of its perimeter to permit adequate ventilation. However, Deck Tiles are perfect for installations directly on top of concrete or asphalt, and are great for smaller spaces.
A. Deck Tiles can be arranged and snapped into place directly on top of an existing patio, balcony, courtyard, or deck. The existing hard surface must be stable, smooth, and even with no more than a 2% grade. Tiles are not recommended over dirt, grass, or other organic material.
A. Yes! Each tile has a locking edge on all four sides allowing it to snap together with other tiles in a cross-hatch pattern, straight, linear installations, or in whatever design your creativity allows. The individual tiles themselves should be kept intact; pulling off and repatterning individual planks is not recommended.