Deckorators Voyage Composite Decking, shown here in Khaya.
Deckorators Deckorators Voyage Composite Decking, shown here in Khaya.

Deckorators has expanded its Voyage Composite Decking line to include a varied-plank decking option, as well as a fifth color – Khaya, a true brown. Both new options will be available starting in 2020.

Khaya is the third brown tone in the Voyage line, joining Costa (golden brown) and Mesa (red brown), as well as two gray tones: Sierra (dark gray) and Tundra (gray). According to the manufacturer, the color was chosen based on deck contractors’ and homeowners’ demand for a darker brown composite decking option.

The Voyage varied-plank decking is available in all five colors, and comprises planks in 3 ½, 5 ½, and 7 1/4-inch widths. This move brings an existing interior hardwood flooring into outdoor living space, according to the manufacturer, and provides a material option that is stronger, allows less thermal movement, and absorbs less moisture than competitive PVC.

“We consult our partners in the Deckorators Certified Pro program when developing new products,” says Chris Camfferman, managing director of marketing for Deckorators. “Our Pros told us they loved Voyage and wanted more color and design options. New Khaya and varied-plank decking drastically increase the design possibilities for contractors and their clients.”

Khaya is available in 12-, 16, and 20-foot solid-edge and grooved profiles, as well as 12-foot fascia. The 3 ½ and 7 1/4-inch multi-plank decking is available in 20-foot lengths, while the 5 ½-inch multi-plank option is available in 12-, 16-, and 20-foot lengths. All Voyage varied plank decking is available in grooved and solid edge profiles.

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