Deckorators Vista Line
A wood-plastic composite deck board with the look of exotic hardwoods without the maintenance.
Deckorators Vista Line comes in four different colors Driftwood, Silverwood, Ironwood, Dunewood.
Features & Benefits:
- Enhanced traction for increased slip resistance
- 12', 16', and 20' lengths available in solid- and grooved-edge profiles
- Scratch-resistant cap with a strong, dense composite core
- Industry-leading warranty: 25-year Structural, 25-year Stain & Fade, and 25-year Removal & Replacement
- 8" and 11¼" fascia available in 12' length
PDF: Grooved Decking Installation
PDF: Solid Decking Installation
PDF: Decking Material Properties
PDF: Fire-Rated Decking Properties
Colors & Profiles:
Grooved-edge decking gives a clean, fastener-free appearance to the surface of your Deckorators deck. StowawayTM hidden fasteners are a perfect way to discreetly secure deck boards to joists using the grooved edges.
Solid-edge profile is ideal when board edges are visible, such as picture-frame boards or stair treads. Solid deck boards should be fastened through the top of the board using composite deck screws.
Q: What type of composite is Deckorators Venture Decking?
A: Deckorators Vista is a wood-plastic composite deck board. It is made of a mixture of reclaimed and recycled plastic, post-industrial wood, and resin. Product is completely free of formaldehyde and VOC's. More about the product and sustainability can be found here: (Product Sustainability)
Q: How do I install?
A: Vista Decking installs like most composite decking, and can be installed using a clip system with grooved deck boards, or with face fasteners and a solid deck board.
Q: Do you recommend pre-drilling and countersinking when fastening Deckorators?
A: Predrilling and countersinking prior to driving screws achieves the best results for ease of fastening and appearance of the finished project. Because wood decking is not as dense as Deckorators, screws driven into wood decking crush the wood fiber and self countersink. Screws driven into Deckorators displace the material, causing it to mushroom around the screw head. Most consumers do not like the resulting appearance using this installation method. If using ordinary, coarse-thread deck screws, predrilling a pilot hole and countersinking prior to driving screws achieves the best results. For more information, refer to the installation instructions or call 800-556-8449.
Q: Do I need to worry about temperature variation when installing?
A: Deckorators, and all composites, will have a degree of expansion and contraction due to temperature swings. During installation, Deckorators decking will contract only slightly in cold weather. In hot weather, it expands. This is normal and the nature of wood plastic composite decking. However, you can properly plan for this movement during your installation by acclimating the boards and installing during a normal temperature environment.
Q: What is the warranty?
A: Deckorators Vista is backed by a 25/25/25-year limited warranty: 25-year Structural, 25-year Stain & Fade, and 25-year Limited Removal & Replacement warranty. More information about the warranty can be found here: (Warranty Information)
Q: What are my color options?
A: There are four available colors: Driftwood, Silverwood, Ironwood, and Dunewood.
Q: What Fasteners are recommended?
Q: Is Vista Decking approved for water and ground contact?
A: Vista decking is not approved for water and ground contact. Deckorators Vista should be installed above grade. Boards, risers, and fascia can be installed up 2" below the deck joist bottom, but should maintain a clearance above the ground.
Q: How do I clean my composite deck?
A: It is important to keep leaves and other materials that can stain off your deck year-round. Sweep off your 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 and should be set on the lowest setting.