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TimberTech by Azek

TimberTech by AZEK
Unparalleled performance and innovative technology make TimberTech the very best in composite decking products. Discover natural wood looks in the latest deck board colors and grain patterns, across two lines consisting of 8 unique collections. TimberTech decking makes it easy to design an outdoor living space that fits every homeowner’s lifestyle and budget. Shop Rings End for TimberTech products and building materials for your new deck.
TimberTech Advanced PVC Decking
TimberTech Composite Decking
TimberTech Railing
TimberTech Advanced PVC Decking
Harvest Collection | Landmark Collection | Vintage Collection
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TimberTech Advanced PVC is a premium PVC decking line that includes the Harvest, Landmark, and Vintage Collections. This durable proprietary polymer decking material is known for its real-wood aesthetics and unrivaled performance. TimberTech Advanced PVC decking stays 30% cooler on hot days and is splinter-free and slip-resistant, so it’s ideal for any outdoor space: decks, pool surrounds, waterfront homes, and rooftop escapes.

50-year Fade & Stain Limited Warranty

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TimberTech Composite Decking
Terrain Collection | Reserve Collection | Legacy Collection | Prime & Premier Collection | Prime+ Collection
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The TimberTech Composite line offers premium composite decking products in their Terrain, Reserve, Legacy, Prime & Premier, and Prime+ collections. Each collection features grooved profiles, rich colors, and distinctive, realistic wood grain for high-end style. Engineered to last using a proprietary, protective cap that protects against moisture and locks in color, TimberTech Composite decking is ideal for everyday decks

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TimberTech Railing
Composite Railing | Metal Railing
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TimberTech Railing is a high-performing product with customizable, high-style designs. TimberTech Railing offers two Composite Railing lines (Classic Composite Series and RadianceRail Express) and one Metal railing line (Impression Rail Express) Choose from milled-wood inspired looks, premium matte colors, and sleek powder-coated aluminum.

25-year Limited Product Warranty and 25-year Fade & Stain Limited Warranty for composite Premium Matte colors

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Classic Composite Railing

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Impression Metal Railing

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From a simple rectangular deck to a multi-level platform, or an expansive outdoor living space with luxurious inlaid patterns inspired by the surrounding garden design, the options for PVC and composite deck designs are nearly endless! Browse our gallery of gorgeous deck design ideas and get inspired for your dream backyard.

Watch our video to learn more about the differences between TimberTech's decking lines from a Ring's End expert.

PVC vs. Composite Decking

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TimberTech FAQs

How is TimberTech Decking different from traditional wood?

Composite and PVC decking are made from synthetic products that are inherently resistant to moisture, rot, and insect damage; it requires little maintenance and has a lifespan of 25-50 years. A real wood deck has a lifespan of 10-20 years. Wood is vulnerable to rot, moisture, and insect damage and requires ongoing maintenance such as resealing every few years. For more details on composite decking vs. wood decking, click here.

How do TimberTech’s deck fasteners work?

Hidden fasteners attach deck boards to the joist below without being visible on the top surface of the deck. TimberTech has two hidden fastener systems: screws hidden by matching composite plugs, or clips that fit into grooves along the sides of the boards.

What kind of railing and post options are available?

AZEK building products and TimberTech deck boards can be combined with any railing and post cap design. Classic Composite railing is available in white, black, and wood tones, with seven top rail profiles, matching post sleeves, and balusters in metal or composite. Aluminum railing is available from TimberTech’s Impression Rail collection in white, black, and bronze with four top rail profiles, and matching post sleeves and balusters. Glass channel kits are also available.

Are TimberTech’s colors realistic?

TimberTech produces the most realistic wood-look decking products available. The Vintage, Landmark, and Reserve collections offer wire-brushed surfaces for authentic wood texture.

Does TimberTech decking scratch easily?

All TimberTech deck boards are inherently scratch-resistant and engineered to retain their beautiful appearance for decades.

Can I replace wood deck boards with composite?

Wood deck boards can be replaced one-for-one with composite deck boards; just be aware you may need to add additional joists or support structures because composite deck boards are more flexible.

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About Our TimberTech by Azek Locations

On the Eastern Connecticut shoreline, Ring's End operates a full-service location in Niantic, and a Benjamin Moore paint center in New London. Delivery service is offered along the Interstate 95 and Interstate 395 corridors to Baltic, Bozrah, Colchester, East Lyme, Gales Ferry, Graniteville, Greeneville, Groton, Groton Long Point, Hadlyme, Ledyard, Lords Point, Lyme, Montville, Mystic, New London, Niantic, Noank, North Stonington, Norwich, Old Lyme, Old Mystic, Oswegatchie, Pawcatuck, Poquetanuck, Poquonock Bridge, Preston, Quaker Hill, Salem, Stonington, Uncasville, and Waterford, Connecticut. This includes delivery service to the New London boat launch for job sites in Southold, New York, on Fishers Island. Delivery is offered to parts of Washington County, Rhode Island near U.S. Route 1, and Interstate 95. South County addresses in the coastal villages of Alton, Arcadia, Ashaway, Avondale, Barberville, Bethel, Bradford, Burdickville, Carolina, Charlestown, Haversham, Hope Valley, Hopkinton, Misquamicut, Moscow, Potter Hill, Quonochontaug, Richmond, Rockville, Shannock, Watch Hill, Weekapaug, Westerly, White Rock, Woodville, and Wyoming, Rhode Island are eligible for delivery service.

Residents of New York's Hudson Valley are served by our full-service location in Lewisboro, in addition to our lumberyards and paint centers over the state line in Stamford, Darien, and Wilton, Connecticut. Ring's End makes deliveries south of Interstate 287 to job sites in Edgemont, Elmsford, Harrison, Hartsdale, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, North White Plains, Port Chester, Purchase, Rye, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, West Harrison, and White Plains, New York.

Our trucks travel to Mid County and Northern Westchester, from the Tappan Zee Bridge to Interstate 684 and in between. The communities of Armonk, Baldwin Place, Banksville, Bedford, Bedford Hills, Bedford Village, Briarcliff Manor, Byram Hills, Chappaqua, Cross River, Croton Falls, Goldens Bridge, Hawthorne, Jefferson Valley, Katonah, Kitchawan, Lewisboro, Lincolnsdale, Millwood, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant, North Castle, North Salem, North White Plains, Ossining, Pleasantville, Pocantico Hills, Pound Ridge, Purdys, Scotts Corners, Silver Lake, Sleepy Hollow, Somers, South Salem, Tarrytown, Thornwood, Valhalla, Vista, Whitehall Corners, Yorktown, and Yorktown Heights, New York are within Ring's End's delivery network.

Hudson Valley customers further north along Interstate 84 and the Taconic State Parkway are close to our New Milford and Danbury, Connecticut stores. Delivery is offered to Putnam County addresses in Brewster, Carmel, Kent, Kent Cliffs, Lake Carmel, Mahopac, Patterson, and Southeast. Dutchess County is also eligible. Delivery service is available to job sites in Amenia, Beekman, Dover, Dover Plains, East Fishkill, Holmes, Hopewell Junction, Lagrangeville, Mabbettsville, Millbrook, Millerton, Northeast, Pawling, South Millbrook, Stormville, Union Vale, Verbank, Washington, Wassaic, and Wingdale, New York.

TimberTech Decking FAQs

What’s the difference between TimberTech’s decking lines?

TimberTech offers various decking lines using either composite or PVC materials tailored to different preferences and needs. For instance, their composite Legacy Collection features a hand-scraped texture for a rustic look, while the composite Terrain Collection offers a wood-grain texture. The PVC Vintage Collection is available in three widths to enable creative designs. Each line provides unique aesthetics, colors, price points, and performance attributes.

How long does TimberTech decking last?

TimberTech decking is engineered to last for decades, with a lifespan ranging from 25 to 50 years depending on the specific line. This durability is due to its composite construction, which resists rot, decay, and insect damage, ensuring a long-lasting and low-maintenance outdoor living space for homeowners to enjoy.

Is a composite or PVC deck worth the money?

Engineered decking materials are definitely worth the investment. The labor costs to build a deck will be similar whether you choose synthetic decking or wood. It makes sense to choose composite or PVC to avoid paying for construction again for 25-30 years.

What’s the difference between composite and PVC decking?

Composite decking is made from a blend of wood fibers and recycled plastic, offering a natural look with enhanced durability. PVC decking, on the other hand, is entirely synthetic, providing superior resistance to moisture and stains. Both options offer low-maintenance solutions, but PVC tends to be more expensive and longer lasting.

What is the warranty period for TimberTech decking products?

TimberTech decking products come with a warranty period between 25 and 50 years depending on the product line. This extensive warranty reflects TimberTech's commitment to quality and ensures long-lasting performance and peace of mind for homeowners.

Does TimberTech decking get hot in the sun?

Composite products like TimberTech Composite are engineered to reduce heat absorption and typically have a surface temperature similar to wood. PVC decking is less dense than wood or composite materials so it absorbs less heat. In a hot and sunny climate, lighter deck colors are best. Light gray, white, or beige decking in either composite or PVC will reflect sunlight and retain the least heat. Light colors in TimberTech Advanced PVC decking stay up to 30° F cooler to the touch than competitive products. 

How do I clean TimberTech decking?

To clean TimberTech decking, start by removing debris with a broom or leaf blower. Then use a mild soap and water solution or a recommended deck cleaner with a soft-bristle brush. Rinse thoroughly with water and avoid abrasive cleaners or pressure washers to maintain the deck's integrity.

Where can I buy TimberTech Decking?

Ring’s End sells TimberTech decking throughout the Northeast. You can visit a Ring End’s lumberyard to see TimberTech product samples, talk to an expert, and place your order, or you can order online for in-store pick up or delivery within our network. Ring’s End has store locations on the Eastern Connecticut shoreline, including Stamford, Darien, Wilton, and Wethersfield, Connecticut. In addition to our many stores in Connecticut, Ring’s End also has stores located in the Boston, MA area, Lewisboro, NY, and Portland, ME.

Does Ring’s End ship TimberTech products? 

Ring's End can ship all standard items. However, “oversized items” are only available for In-Network delivery.  These items will be clearly marked during the checkout process. Our delivery area spans Connecticut, Westchester County in New York counties, and western Rhode Island. To find out if your address is located within our network, see our In-Network Service Map. We provide LTL shipping quotes for in-and-out of network orders.

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