A deck is a big investment, and we know that being “beautiful” is important — but it's not enough.
That’s why Mirrite is engineered with superior durability, a long life span, and a nearly impervious
resistance to scratches, fading — and the common stains that plague other synthetic decking products.
Mirrite Outdoor Flooring joins technology with nature in a seamless blend. Now you can choose an actual species of wood for your synthetic deck — instead of a color of plastic.View Products
One of the most expensive exotic woods in the world, teak is popular for high-end boat decks and other marine environments. But its warm, golden-brown beauty is ideal for your outdoor living space.View Mirrite Species
Thanks to a straight grain and natural luster, American black walnut is one of the most popular hard woods in the United States. Its rich brown color puts the wood in a class by itself.View Mirrite Species
Long popular for use in public areas like the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, ipe ("ee-pay") starts out a rich, reddish brown color that is typically oiled to bring out the variations in pattern and texture.View Mirrite Species
When ipe is exposed to sunlight for years, the color fades to an elegant, sophisticated silver-grey. Now you can enjoy weathered ipe, with its distinctive grain patterns, without all that waiting.View Mirrite Species
"We saw the sample and we knew right away that Mirrite Outdoor Flooring was exactly what we were looking for. Everyone thinks it looks like hardwood. When we tell them it's PVC decking, they're floored — no pun intended!"
The Bowman FamilyFulton, MD
The Eddinger family wanted a new deck, but they were concerned about privacy from nearby neighbors. The deck builder came up with a clever solution – using Mirrite Outdoor Flooring to create a beautiful privacy fence.
The Eddinger FamilyCenter Valley, PA
"We have 3 kids and spend a lot of time on our deck. We chose Mirrite because it looks just like real wood. And we don’t have to worry about stains from sunscreen or bug spray. No other deck product came close to Mirrite."
The Trinh FamilyTimonium, MD