AZEK® Building Products Announces Top 25 Markets for Composite Decking

Data Shows Top Areas are Greater New York, L.A., Boston and Chicago

Across the country, there is a rise in composite decking popularity. Some homeowners opt for composite as an earth-friendly sustainable choice while others cite low maintenance, warranted durability, and improved aesthetics. AZEK Building Products, in conjunction with Hanley Wood's Metro Study, has identified the top 25 cities that are embracing the movement to engineered composite decks over traditional wood decks.

  1. New York, Newark, Jersey City (NY, NJ)
  2. Los Angeles, Long Beach, Anaheim (CA)
  3. Boston, Cambridge, Newton (MA, NH)
  4. Chicago, Naperville, Elgin (IL)
  5. Philadelphia, Camden, Wilmington (PA, NJ, DE)
  6. Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale (AZ)
  7. San Francisco, Oakland, Hayward (CA)
  8. Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue (WA)
  9. Detroit, Warren, Dearborn (MI)
  10. Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington (TX)
  11. Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario (CA)
  12. Houston, The Woodlands, Sugarland (TX)
  13. Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington (MN)
  14. Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Roswell (GA)
  15. Washington, Arlington, Alexandra (DC, VA)
  16. Denver, Aurora, Lakewood (CO)
  17. Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach (FL)
  18. San Diego, Carlsbad (CA)
  19. Pittsburgh (PA)
  20. Providence, Warwick (RI)
  21. Portland, Vancouver, Hillsboro (OR, WA)
  22. Sacramento, Roseville, Arden, Arcane (CA)
  23. Baltimore, Columbia, Towson (MD)
  24. Columbus (OH)
  25. Hartford, West Hartford, East Hartford (CT)

"These 25 cities are catching on to the trend and shifting from wood decks to long-lasting, sustainable alternative materials that are more cost effective for the lifespan of the deck," said Julia Fitzgerald, chief marketing officer of AZEK Building Products, a leading developer of premium, low maintenance exterior building products. "Our AZEK and Timbertech engineered decks look like wood, but stand up to harsh weather, resist mold, moisture damage, scratches and come with a 30-year limited fade and stain and limited lifetime warranties. We like to say our decks are 100% Smarter Than Wood."

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