Lumberock Premium Decking specializes on the production of mineral-filled, high-density polyethylene plastic composites. This allows the company to produce non-porous composites that are stronger and less prone to thermal expansion/contraction than other composite decking. The lack of organic content in Lumberock decking products improves resistance against rot and insects.
Lumberock Decking Porch Boards
Lumberock produces dimensional lumber in 2×6, 5/4×6, 2×4, 1×10, 2×2, and 4×4 varieties. It also produces piling strips and balusters. Boards, other than 2×2 and 4×4 dimensions, come in both square and tongue & groove construction. The company does not produce specific product lines, but rather focuses on making its composite products mimic traditional wood in terms of dimensions and features.
Lumberock boards can be purchased in twelve fade-resistant colors. Harbor Wood, Anchor Gray, Black, Gray, White, Green, Tan, Chocolate Brown, Redwood, Cedar, Weather Wood & Putty. Due to mineral inclusion, Lumberock boards are mold and mildew resistant, non-porous, stain resistant, and scuff resistant. No special tools are required for installation and the boards are impervious to saltwater. There are no wood fillers or other organic materials in Lumberock to promote rot or attract insects. Lumberock products should not be used around petroleum-based solvents, such as gasoline.
Lumberock Quality and Ecology
All Lumberock products come with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in workmanship as well as against fading and staining. The company estimates that its product can last fifty years or more without any maintenance and even longer with proper care (e.g. periodic cleaning). Lumberock is certified by the U.S. Green Building Council, the Illinois Recycling Association, the Plastic Lumber Trade Association, and the National Recreation and Park Association.