About Us

Creating outdoor living products that perform, beautifully


Founded in the United States in New London, North Carolina in 1997, Fiberon built its business selling high-quality, eco-friendly composite decking, railing, and fencing. In 2007, after a period of rapid growth, Fiberon expanded operations to Meridian, Idaho, enabling efficient bi-coastal manufacturing and distribution. Today, Fiberon employs more than 500 people, each one working to extend the company's legacy of quality, innovation, and sustainability.


Fiberon decking, railing and fencing products are sold throughout North America, South and Central America, Asia, Australia and in more than 30 countries throughout Europe.


Fiberon has a history of industry-leading innovation, including:

  • First capped composite decking with multi-chromatic technology
  • First PVC composite railing
  • First stain and fade warranty on capped composites
  • First molded and embossed WPC decking
  • Customisable rail and baluster system

2015 Eco-leader (Green Builder magazine)

2015 International Builder Show Hot Products (LBM Journal)

  • Symmetry Railing

2014 ADEX Award for Design Excellence for Product Design and Quality (Design Journal)

  • Paramount Decking - Platinum
  • Good Life Decking - Gold

2014 Top 100 Products (Professional Builder magazine)

2012, 2011, 2010 Top 50 and Top 100 Products (Residential Design and Build magazine)

2010 ADEX Award for Design Excellence for Product Design and Quality (Design Journal)

  • Horizon Composite Decking

2009 Most Valuable Product for Building Industry Professionals (Building Products magazine)

2006 Lowes Supplier of the Year - Lumber (Lowes)


Manufacturing facilities on both sides of the USA help keep our shipping costs down and service levels high. Fiberon facilities include 37,000 square metres of manufacturing space and 16,250 square metres of warehouse and assembly space. Our manufacturing processes are highly efficient and sustainable, resulting in a 98.5% recovery rate of manufacturing material waste and preventing more than 60,000 tons of plastic and wood from reaching landfills and incinerators each year.