Pioneer Decking by Deckorators

Pioneer Decking features Deckorators® patented Surestone Technology, meaning each board features unbeatable strength with a lightweight profile. Each board features a distinct vertical grain variegation for unmatched beauty. Offered in four timeless colours, each can be paired together for a one-of-a-kind look in your outdoor space. 

  • Low Thermal Movement
  • Lightweight
  • Durable Cap
Color: Coastland Brown
Ground & Water Contact

Warranted for installation in the ground or water with virtually no moisture absorption.

Enhanced Traction

Features a vertical grain design for improved traction.

Low Maintenance

Durability that embraces the seasons and peace of mind that lasts a lifetime.

Product Details

  • Stain- and scratch-resistant cap stock
  • Rated for ground and water contact and installation
  • Won’t splinter, sag, chalk or crack
  • Enhanced traction makes Pioneer Decking an ideal choice for installation near water features
  • Low thermal movement gives freedom for intricate inlays, tight miters throughout the seasons and allows for year-round installation
Grooved Edge

The grooved-edge smooth profile gives a clean, fastener-free appearance to the surface and underside of your deck.

Available in:
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 12'
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 16'
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 20'
Solid Edge

The solid-edge profile is ideal when board edges are visible, such as picture-frame boards or stair treads.

Available in:
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 12'
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 16'
  • 7/8" x 5-1/4" x 20'

Find Pioneer Decking by Deckorators installation details below or visit our Installation Instructions page for a more comprehensive list of installation instructions.

Find Pioneer Decking by Deckorators answers here, or visit our frequently asked questions page for answers to more general questions.

Why is composite decking more expensive than treated wood?

Composite decking is more expensive to manufacture. Over time, however, the maintenance, repair, and/or replacement costs associated with wood outweigh the initial investment in Deckorators deck products.

What’s the difference between Deckorators composite decking and wood?

Deckorators decking combines the look of wood with the durability of plastic. Unlike wood decks, which require continuous maintenance, there’s no need to apply weather protectants or water seal products to Deckorators decking.

Will Deckorators decking rot, splinter, or decay like wood?

No. Deckorators decking has been tested under accelerated weather conditions and is weather-resistant. Deckorators employs a time-tested technology that provides superior protection against UV degradation and water absorption.

How do I clean my composite deck or rail?

It’s important to keep leaves and other materials that can stain off your deck year-round. Sweep off the deck boards and make sure to clean out the spaces between the boards. We recommend using soap or detergent mixed with water to remove any marks or dirt from your deck boards. Power washers can be used to clean deck boards; however, a fan-tip nozzle should be used on the lowest setting.

How to Clean a Composite Deck: VIDEO

Pioneer Decking 50-Year Structural and 25-Year Stain and Fade Limited Warranty
  • Deckorators Pioneer Decking Warranty (Canada) English

Pioneer Decking is backed by an industry-leading warranty: 50-year Structural and 25-year Stain & Fade limited warranty.

  • Deckorators Decking CCMC 14092-R Evaluation Report English French

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