Beautiful outdoor spaces, designed to endure
Free time is best spent with family and friends – not paint brushes and scrapers. At Fiberon, we take pride in creating outdoor living products that offer lasting beauty, genuine value and easy maintenance. And because great outdoor living is nothing without the great outdoors, we incorporate eco-friendly materials and sustainable processes into everything we do.
Helpful, credible experts
For nearly two decades, Fiberon has been working with families like yours to create beautiful, easy-to-own outdoor spaces.
The brand contractors trust
Bulletproof, easy to install, and no product warranty calls – these are just a few of the reasons why the pros prefer Fiberon. But don’t take our word for it.
Born and built in the USA
Since 1997, Fiberon has been manufacturing and selling high-quality composite decking and railing products designed to make outdoor living easy. Everything is made in the United States, either in our home state of North Carolina or in our Idaho facility. Today, Fiberon products are sold throughout North America, and to more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Central and South America.
We stand behind what we sell
Fiberon introduced the industry’s first 25-year stain and fade warranty. We continue to offer industry-leading warranties, so you can buy with confidence. You can build with confidence as well, because decks installed by recognized Fiberon Partner Premier or Select contractors are also backed by a labor warranty.
Protecting the environment (and your family)
Fiberon products are made from recycled materials. That means we can divert more than 60,000 tons of wood and plastics from landfills and incinerators each year.
We source local pre- and post-consumer recycled content, and use a closed-loop water cooling system for zero water discharge. Plus, we recover 98.5% of the waste materials we generate.
Our products are free of harmful chemicals, produced using sustainable processes, and contribute toward points in LEED and other green building rating systems.
We transport U.S. goods via rail cars from two manufacturing plants: one on the east coast; the other, on the west. This practice enhances efficiency while reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.