Cali composite decking now offered in 12-foot planks

Home News Cali composite decking now offered in 12-foot planks

San Diego, Calif.—It just got easier to add an at-home outdoor refuge with Cali’s new 12-foot composite decking planks from the TruOrganics collection. Planks are made using recycled materials, with the core comprising 60% reclaimed wood fiber and 40% high-density plastics. This formula yields a stronger, more eco-friendly material that is uniquely protected against moisture, insects, rot and chemicals, according to Cali.

“Like all Cali products, we want to create the best user-experience possible,” said Doug Jackson, Cali president. With our decking line, that meant optimizing shipping with the new 12-foot planks and developing a material that can withstand the demands of a well-used, well-weathered outdoor space. It’s meant to be lived on and enjoyed.”

In addition to the fortified composition, the TruOrganics collection is guarded by a four-sided wrap shield for better protection from stains, scratches and the elements. This makes planks easier to clean and keep looking like new. A 3G core ensures higher tensile strength and resiliency while making planks more lightweight and easier to work with. TruOrganics decking is backed by a 25-year residential warranty.

Each color has matching rail and post kits to complete the project, as well as fascia and solid square edge planks for trim and stairs. Customers can order free samples to feel and test out at home.

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