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Enhance Your Property with Olympic Glass: Reliable Experts in Composite Deck and Custom Railing Materials

Born and built in the USA
Since 1997, Fiberon
has been manufacturing and selling high-quality composite decking and railing products designed to make outdoor living easy. Everything is made in the United States, either in our home state of North Carolina or in our Idaho facility. Today, Fiberon products are sold throughout North America, and to more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Central and South America.

The Versatility of Custom Railings

They can be used as a safety feature for balconies, patios, and pool areas, or as a decorative element for indoor spaces. Custom railings can be designed to fit any space, no matter the size or shape. From curved stairways to irregularly shaped balconies, custom railings can be created to perfectly fit your space while enhancing its overall aesthetic.

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IT’S YOUR HOME; IT’S YOUR VIEW:  Distinctive, durable, long-lasting beauty. Learn more.

CrystaLite is a Northwest Washington manufacturer of high-quality railing systems. Our suppliers are also local businesses and employ local workers. Learn more

 L.J.Smith Stair Systems is a national brand that’s been around for over 130 years…so we know stair parts! Learn more.

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Enhance Your Property with Olympic Glass: Reliable Experts in Composite Deck and Custom Railing Materials

There’s composite. And then there’s TimberTech.
Real wood looks. Low-maintenance living.
Beautiful, sustainable materials.

Unrivaled Design & Elegance - For the Discerning Designer
The best of the best. Defined by sophisticated, real-wood aesthetics that stay cooler on hot days. Ideal for everyday decks, pool surrounds, waterfront retreats, & rooftop escapes.

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Enhance Your Property with Olympic Glass: Reliable Experts in Composite Deck and Custom Railing Materials

Trex vs. Wood Everyone loves the natural look of wood but hates all the painting, staining and sealing. Wood decks of all types, including pressure-treated wood, ipe, cedar or redwood, require extensive upkeep. Trex was designed with the beauty of wood decking, but not all the maintenance. Our high-performance, eco-friendly composite boards withstand years of sun, sleet and snow, keeping their rich color. Through it all, we have never felled a single tree. So when comparing composite decking vs. wood, there’s no competition as to which decking material is best. Whereas Trex is low-maintenance, wood decks. Can rot, split, swell, twist and fade Crack from insect infestation Require annual painting, staining or sealing Splinter easily Contribute to deforestation

Quick Guide: Composite Decking
Composite decking boards are made out of artificial and natural materials, though some are fully synthetic. They tend to be pricier than most natural woods, but for good reasons: composite boards are much sturdier and lower maintenance than natural wood decks (which pose the risk of splinters and mold and often need to be re-stained every few years).


Most composite boards have a core made from plastic and wood, which are then capped with PVC to provide a hearty barrier from water, pests, and anything else nature has to offer. Some boards are solid HDPE (high-density polyethylene) all the way through. You can read more about the different kinds of composite decking right here.

Homeowners and contractors love composite because it’s long-lasting, low maintenance, and beautiful to boot. But how do you choose which brand is right for your next project? 

Chat with our in-house expert with over a decade of experience and sales.
All modern deck materials are potentially a fantastic choice; find the right fit for your project when it comes to Color, Warranty, and Maintenance.