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TruNorth Deck

With TruNorth Deck, your personal outdoor oasis is within reach. Relax somewhere inspired by your unique vision and TruNorth’s patented, environmentally responsible, and North American-made composite decking.

Located in Brantford, Ontario, our over 34 years of experience and technical expertise in the recycled plastic industry has proudly made us the only Canadian manufacturer of composites. This experience has led us to our proprietary rice hull capped product which is superior for durability and performance in the decking industry.

Since our entire manufacturing process is computer-controlled and monitored, we know that every board we produce is produced to the highest quality standard possible.

We oversee and control production so that the shipment we send you is completed on time and with perfection.

You want the best, and we deliver the best. TruNorth is the only company that offers non-wood-based and PVC-free capped rice hull composite decking. Our rice hull fibre composite is proven to resist water penetration which means your beautiful deck will not mold, rot, or swell. Since we encapsulate both sides, you have the comfort of knowing you can flip the boards over in the future if you damage them.

 

Our goal is to keep your outdoor escape looking great while being enjoyed by the whole family. Our proprietary capping helps keep your family safe from slips and slivers, prevent spilled liquids from leaving a permanent stain reduces heat retention and minimizes fading from harsh weather.

We want to make sure that when you enjoy your deck outdoors, you also enjoy nature’s beauty. For this reason, we hold ourselves to the highest standard to reduce our use of natural resources, like oil and produce fewer greenhouse gases. We are proud to produce a sustainable product that uses 95% recycled materials.

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